Samsung Electronics has finally received a license from the US government to supply parts and display panels for some Huawei products.
US government sanctions have made it possible for any company wishing to cooperate with Huawei to seek permission from the US government. Various sources told Reuters today that Samsung Electronics has received the necessary licenses from the US government to sell parts and screens to Huawei. Of course, this license is issued for a series of specific Huawei products.
Samsung Display, which is a subsidiary of Samsung, has a large customer like Apple. Samsung displays an OLED display that fits on many phones on the market, including Apple phones. The company has now been able to obtain a license to sell screens to Huawei from the US government.It is not yet clear under what conditions Samsung can sell the screen to Huawei; Does Samsung have to get a license to sell other display models to Huawei?
LG announced a few days ago that it and other companies operating in the field of semiconductor components must obtain a license to work with Huawei. Last month, Intel was able to obtain a license to operate with Huawei.
US sanctions against Huawei have also made it difficult for the company to make phones. Huawei currently has a serious problem making Kirin chips, and the company’s new handsets, including the Mate 40, do not support Google services.