leo sk, 17 Apr 2018Whats with america's attitude with private companies? Its treating qualcomm as its own govt ow... moreBecause in the US, private companies run the country, not the government. What did you expect from a capitalist nation, when everything, including politicians, is for sale?
Now you got physical wall and government wall
forget qualcom, go for kirin from huwei
look like the nubia gaming phone will be affected too
who cares about the nation behind "the wall".
hope rest of the world (not the one constantly starting wars) will be able to appreciate full scope of zte products.
This is not only the negative news for ZTE, they've been discovered as the biggest lier in the security updates together with TCL, as other OEMs. And Mediatek based phones are the worst, missing a average of 9.7 patches. Telling you that your phones is updated when is a lie. HTC, LG, Motorola and Huawei aren't good updating too.
Lol. US wants to post embargos and tarriffs on China. US accuses China of spying when in fact USA is the biggest spies in the world with companies like Facebook, Google and Apple at the helm of violations of privacy plus the US agencies like NSA, CIA.
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018Not that simple. Even without Qualcomm's modem , the other use tech from Qualcomm. Royaltie... moreObviously ZTE won't bother with US market for now, they're the only ones needing CDMA.
ChronoRad, 17 Apr 2018Both Samsung Mediatek also make their own modems that they bundle with their SoCs. Not that simple. Even without Qualcomm's modem , the other use tech from Qualcomm.
Royalties are expensive, that is why Samsung flagships use Qualcomm in USA.
It was their oversight after all but kudos for their honesty. It's mediatek and exynos for them now.
This is a politcal issue .And China
it'd be interesting if this began to shape the market away from qualcomm.
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018This will implies find new modems too, not only SoC, as Qualcomm and Intel ones are banned for... moreBoth Samsung Mediatek also make their own modems that they bundle with their SoCs.
This will implies find new modems too, not only SoC, as Qualcomm and Intel ones are banned for them. Perhaps Huawei want sell them some of their Cat6 modems.
Whats with america's attitude with private companies? Its treating qualcomm as its own govt owned subsidiary. They decide who can buy it. They decide who can buy from them. Its seems america wants to compete with china even in terms of exerting control over industries
Kali, 17 Apr 2018Not sure if Samsung will want sell them, probably the'll prefer preserve their reputation in t... moreThey already sold Exynos chips to Meizu for the past 3 years, no reason to not sell to a different Chinese manufacturer. Americans always think the world revolves around their country, sorry but China is a bigger market.
They should have understood that the only US made equipments that can be sold in the middle east are weapons