.According to the Financial Times, the limitations of Huawei’s mobile phone segment may be slightly reduced, and companies will be able to supply the parts needed by Huawei (excluding parts related to 5G technology). According to the director of an Asian semiconductor company, “Mobile phone chip manufacturing [Huawei] “No problem,” and Samsung Display has already been licensed to display Huawei products. Earlier, Sony warned of a decline in the production of its camera sensors due to restrictions on its deal with Huawei. Now, according to one analyst, Jeffries Group, Sony and AminVision have received the green light to supply Huawei sensors, and Qualcomm and MediaTek can obtain licenses to supply Huawei processors who address the shortage of processors. Huawei had previously been banned from buying MediaTek chips; Because MediaTek processors are manufactured by TSMC using US technologies.
It is not yet clear whether the reduction in restrictions will include software services; In any case, the lack of Google’s software services called GSM (Google Mobile Services) has an undeniable effect on Honor and Huawei smartphones. To compensate for the lack of Google’s services, Huawei has unveiled HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) and soon in its smartphones, Harmony OS will replace android, whose performance and success are in a haze of ambiguity.