lol downgraded chips and to wait for another ban? it might be interesting second option though to get it cheaper in some regions.
Who cares anyway, 6G is already being tested by china.
This proves the point that the whole Huawei thing is nothing about security but the US fearing other companies overtaking them. How is stopping TSMC supply while QUALCOMM is allowed to do business any safer.
I don't think this will change anything in terms of smartphone share huawei is a goner
eventually they will give the 5G if supply allows. Its only a matter of time.
I think Huawei will use their own chipsets if Qualcomm just offers 4G chipsets
5G chips are must for 2021 to raise the sales
Just wait for the new US government directions
Once the ban is lifted, and the harmony os is ready
Beware the rise of the east giant!
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2020Only 4G chips... so no. Huawei will keep with Kirin 9000 if they can or Mediatek. No old 4G c... moreSd875 is not a 5g chip, it needs a 5g modem to go with it and huawei can provide it
Wondering if Huawei will continue it's Mate 40 series with SD 875. If so, will they raise the price of their phones after ?
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2020Can’t wait for SD875 Mate40 Pro Plus Harmony to hit global market.Only 4G chips... so no. Huawei will keep with Kirin 9000 if they can or Mediatek. No old 4G chips from Qualcomm. Maybe for some network equipment as repair parts of used ones, but no more.
SSA, 14 Nov 2020how abt SD875 but just 4GReminder, huawei have their own 5g chips
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2020How cares when we can’t access google services Google isn't the entire Internet, I have the p40 pro and I had not a single problem with the software, I have my Google account on yt, I have my mail and every app I'll ever need, so idk why you think no Google is such a problem
Good news... Huawei will always keep going... No question about it.
This may change in 2-3 years because of change in leadership in US government
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2020How cares when we can’t access google services Many people don't care about Google