Huawei has lost almost everything, from its customer base to the number of chipsets. The dispute has made life difficult for Huawei as Huawei approaches completion of its 5G chipset after the US imposed sanctions on the TSMC Kirin chipset.
This will not only slow Huawei’s progress on 5G smartphones, but it could also hinder the tech giant’s future expansion. Huawei is looking for new players and it is rumored that Huawei will release another 5G smartphone this time around.
After Huawei was banned from doing business with American companies, the company began looking for alternatives to continue its business.
However, some Huawei Mate 40E devices reportedly still use US telecom chips and may have been purchased before the ban.
What’s even more surprising is that the Huawei P50 series started with 4G, while its predecessor used 5G. Because Huawei is struggling to buy parts from this hegemon in the US and Japan.
But if the rumors are true, it looks like Huawei has finally found a solution. One Huawei employee said that Huawei will release a 5G-enabled device. Then it will be a joy for the company and its customers. The only way forward is to find new sources, which will not be easy for Huawei. Please note that these are rumors only.
The Huawei Mate 50 series is expected to hit the market later this year and will ideally support 5G. It remains to be seen where Huawei will buy these parts.