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Amidst US Ban, Is Huawei Thinking to Produce 5G Smartphones with Qualcomm?

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Huawei is one of the most prominent mobile-making firms, but would the company stage a comeback from the US ban under the entity list? That would be the answer, but citing some rumors around the street corner, it seems Huawei has some leisure time to feel the scent of relaxation on the ban.

However, the wafting of the trail to hunt down the collapsed timelines is yet to be discovered. Today, some Chinese media sources have begun to off tantivy news about the Huawei 5G phone, and the US has approved Qualcomm to sell the Snapdragon chip to the smartphone maker.

Those who know the industry claim that the US has unclasped the effect of the ban on Huawei for chip export. It has been said that Qualcomm can now carry off a 5G Snapdragon chipset to Huawei.

Albeit, the US will act the same on the ban on Huawei inside the border. If it’s accurate, the hefty claim will make the Qualcomm chipset business Jack up to reach a crag.

If Huawei steps into 5G smartphones with Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, the sale ramp up of Qualcomm will hit MediaTek with some good numbers. The speculated information is yet to be turned out official; as of now, there aren’t any words from the authority.

If Huawei somehow manages to make 5G smartphones, then it would be called the land of a dust storm. Moreover, with the 5G chip, Huawei chose its Mate 60 to go with a 5G chip which is likely to hit the market in the second half of this year. Last year, Huawei introduced Mate 50 lineup in October, which is expected to remain unchanged at the end of this year.

However, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO, Yu Chengdong has denied such a report of resupplying the 5G Qualcomm chipset for Huawei.

We are yet to receive more information on this sprouted form of distinctive touch.

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