Chinese Smartphone Industry Continues to Lead the Market Without using American Chips

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Earlier in May 2019, the Trump presidencies banned the shipment of US parts to a Chinese leading smartphone company, Huawei. This step was undertaken as a result of trade tensions with Beijing intensified. Further, making Huawei a standalone in the market with no support.

In correspondence to that, many other American companies such as Qualcomm Inc. and Intel Corp. suspended their dealing with Huawei. However, it began to continue coping with Huawei over the month when these companies considered that there is no effect of the ban on themselves.

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The Chinese smartphone company was once very dependant on the American chips for their mobile phones. The conflict started when the US govt banned the shipment from the USA to China.

Huawei relied majorly on vendors like Qorvo Inc. (North Carolina) and Skyworks Solutions Inc. (Woburn), which produces the chips that connect cell phone devices with the mobile towers. Further, it also shipped the wifi and Bluetooth chips from the San Jose based Broadcom Inc. Not only that, Cirrus Login Inc., an Austin based company that produces sound chips that Huawei entirely relied on for Sound and Audio.

After acclaiming the Ban with US shipments, meanwhile, Huawei has made significant walks on their dependence with US consignments. They further decided to make their way of perception and lead ahead.

However, the American companies are willing to get ahead and restart the work with the Chinese Smartphone gigantic company, Huawei Technologies, but it seems to be too late. Now, Huawei has made up its fresh start, and they are no further interested in building smartphones with US chips.

“As per the reports of the Wall Street Journal: Huawei Manages to Make Smartphones Without using American Chips.”

Huawei Technologies gave their response in mid-September when they launched their latest Phone “Mate 30.” At the launch event of this phone, Huawei claimed that it contained no American parts and is ultimately a new fresh start for the company.

It was confirmed by a Japanese lab, Fomalhaut Techno Solutions, that tested and checked the device to inspect its insides. Further, the device competes Apple’s iPhone 11 with a curved display and wide-angle cameras. The phone got extreme appreciation from various technology platforms for its camera and software built up.

With the launch of Huawei Mate 30, it was confirmed that now China no longer needs US parts in its phones.

“Huawei Executives claimed that they were already moving away from the US parts, but it was still surprising how quickly it happened. This was likely going to happen anyway, but Trump escalated the speed at which it happened,” – said Christopher Rolland, a semiconductor analyst at Susquehanna International Group.

 

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