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Tuesday, 11 June 2019

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HUAWEI BAN: QUALCOMM, INTEL, SAMSUNG INVEST IN US-BASED CHIP MAKER COMPANY SIFIVE









Now that the US has cut ties with Huawei in the recent past, companies like Qualcomm, Intel, and Samsung also had to look for different ventures to work with. Therefore, these companies have now invested in a US-based chipmaker SiFive.

Chips based on Arm that are made by SiFive usually takes a year.

According to the reports, since ARM Holding has cut ties with Huawei, the smartphone manufacturer company may turn to the RISC-V architectured chips so that they can power its handsets.

HUAWEI COULD POSSIBLY LAUNCH THE MATE 30-SERIES WITH KIRIN 985, OS HONGMENG 

Thanks to a US blacklist, all companies based out of or associated with the country are forbidden to do business with Huawei, which includes the likes of Google, Intel, Qualcomm, ARM and more.

As per a tipster Teme, Huawei could likely launch the Mate 30-series smartphones on 22 September or around that time. He also said that the phones will come with the as-of-yet-unreleased, trademarked HongMeng operating system.

The Kirin 985 chipset will be based a second-gen 7 nm processing and will feature Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV) technology. It will also be quite likely 5G ready with Huawei's Balong 5000 modem.

Huawei could possibly launch the Mate 30-series with Kirin 985, HongMeng Os
The ongoing feud of Chinese tech conglomerate Huawei with the US authorities has been the main talking point in the technology realm for some time now.

Android services have been suspended on all future Huawei and Honor phones, following a 3-month reprieve which ends in August.

 This puts the Mate 30-series in real doubt. However, Huawei is reportedly going to go ahead with the launch anyway.

SOME HUAWEI MOBILE USERS ARE CONSIDERING A SWITCH AFTER GOOGLE SUSPENSION

Google said on Monday it would comply with an order by U.S. President Donald Trump to stop supplying Huawei, meaning it would no longer be able to offer its popular Android apps to buyers of new Huawei phones.

Emerging economies such as Kenya are key to Huawei’s ambitions as it seeks to sell more low- to mid-priced handsets outside China.

Users *punished*

Huawei said on Monday it would continue to provide security updates and services for its smartphones and tablets that have already been sold.

Replies to the tweet ranged from frustration to worry.

''We are in discussions with Huawei and will provide a further update as soon as we can,'' the firm said in a statement.

Hutchison’s British network operator Three told customers that Huawei’s routers and devices would continue working, but also said it was seeking further information.

Huawei’s founder and chief executive, Ren Zhengfei, had said before Google’s announcement on Saturday that growth of the Chinese tech giant ''may slow, but only slightly'' due to recent U.S. actions.


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