Although huawei has not yet been confirmed, but access media reports show that Intel, AMD, Samsung Display, Sony, Skyworks, etc. have been approved to supply Huawei. Microsoft’s application was also approved recently, and the licensing of the Windows operating system could continue with China, according to the Financial Times.
At the same time, Qualcomm and MediaTek are also close to obtaining formal permits to ship to China, the report said.
Clearly, getting the green light from the operating system will give Huawei’s PC business a big sigh of relief, and chip products could also mitigate the adverse effects on mobile phone production in the future due to restrictions on the production of high-end Kirin chips.
Previously, it has been reported that TSMC, although also licensed, but only non-advanced process, the high probability is 28nm old technology. Although Huawei’s base stations, communication devices, etc. are in use, they do little to help mobile phones.
Huawei has said many times before that it wants to survive and fulfill its commitments to its customers and partners.