Huawei Reduces Using US-based Chipsets

By Kunwar Kunal

Huawei which is at trade war with the US has started reducing to use chipsets from companies like Qualcomm and Intel. And, it seems the brand has been going good with its indigenously built chipsets. Huawei is making sure that its electronic products especially smartphones won't have to rely on US chips.

Huawei Reduces Using US-based Chipsets


We have seen the brand's Mate 30 phone that shipped with a curved display, 4,200mAh battery, and a full view display. And, based on a report by UBS and Fomalhaut Techno Solutions the phone doesn't incorporate any U.S parts. Although Huawei hasn't entirely stopped using American chips, it will slowly stop using American based chips.

It's not the Huawei Mate 30, but we also saw the Y9 Prime handset that came up didn't use a chipset from the US market, as per Fomalhaut's teardown analysis. Even companies like iFixit and Tech Insights Inc. have come up with similar conclusions that these phones didn't involve any US-designed part.

According to commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, U.S chip makers have got access to resume some other deliveries. And until now, the department has got around 300 license applications. It's quite obvious Huawei hasn't filed any new license with the U.S, amidst trade war. And, the brand which is a direct competitor to Apple is riding high. As it is highly positive that its own designed chipsets will offer seamless performance.

This is not the first time outside to Qualcomm's circuitry that a smartphone maker hasn't come up with its idea of own chipsets. To recall, Samsung has been designing its chipsets for a long time, though for its laptops it heavily relies on Intel processors. Having said that, Samsung isn't having any trade differences with the U.S market, and the brand is among the top smartphone providers in the U.S.

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