Since May 2018, Huawei has been deeply involved in the vortex of U.S. sanctions. Since then, every step of Huawei has been startled step by step. Although Huawei has a solid technical foundation, it is inevitable that it will not be able to support the combination of the United States. After all, Huawei is just an enterprise, while the United States is a superpower. Before the sanctions, many electronic components on Huawei’s mobile phones came from the United States. Perhaps because the rise of Huawei’s mobile phones threatened Apple’s market share, trump signed the first ban, requiring US companies to stop selling mobile phone components to China. < / P > < p > not only that, Foxconn also participated in it, and cooperated with trump to terminate the cooperation with Huawei. At this moment, Huawei mobile phones are facing unprecedented challenges. < / P > < p > What trump didn’t expect was that Huawei had already begun to support BYD OEM, so BYD took over Foxconn and became Huawei’s mobile phone OEM partner in a very short time. < / P > < p > as for the electronic components of Huawei mobile phones, made in China is not a false name. At present, Huawei mate40 has almost got rid of American components and all of them have been made in China. < / P > < p > the game between the superpower and Huawei is not so simple. Subsequently, trump issued a second ban, requiring any US enterprises and enterprises with us technical support to prohibit cooperation with Huawei. In this way, Huawei Kirin chips ushered in a crisis. < / P > < p > although chip manufacturing is China’s weak point, Huawei still made a response, such as core hoarding, Nanniwan project, Tashan plan, and gifted youth class. In addition, Huawei also placed 120 million chip orders with MediaTek in case of emergency. < p > < p > Huawei’s preparations ushered in the third round of US sanctions. The new ban stipulates that all products related to Huawei cannot enjoy the technical support of the United States. This means that the chips of MediaTek can not be supplied to Huawei, because the processor of MediaTek is also completed by TSMC, and the OEM process of TSMC contains American technology. At this stage, Huawei has not made any response, but this does not mean that Huawei has nothing to do. Therefore, the two sides have not been able to win or lose. In a sense, Huawei has been able to persist under the pressure of the world’s superpowers until now. Speaking of trump, it’s hard to imagine his series of almost crazy actions. In order to curb China’s development, he would hurt the enemy 1000 and lose 800. In the case of Huawei’s sanctions, trump lobbied European countries to ban Huawei’s 5g equipment, which has obviously achieved certain results. For example, in the United Kingdom, Johnson strongly supported Huawei from the beginning of 2020, and cruelly rejected Huawei in the middle of 2020. This diametrically opposite attitude undoubtedly became Trump’s conspicuous capital; and later, European countries rejected Huawei one after another It’s trump’s credit. < / P > < p > on Huawei’s Kirin chips, because of the ban issued by trump, Kirin 9000 has become a “masterpiece”, and even Huawei is facing the crisis of no core availability. Therefore, from the perspective of trump, these are achievements. < / P > < p > first, Foxconn. Because Foxconn refused to contract for Huawei in 2018, domestic mobile phone manufacturers “revolted” and eventually left Foxconn. Later, Foxconn went to India to build a factory, but the quality and efficiency of Indian workers were far less than that of Chinese workers, which led to Foxconn’s failure again and forced to close the Indian factory. < p > < p > so far, Foxconn has lost the market in southern China and can only “wander” in the north of China, which also marks that Foxconn has stepped down from the altar in the field of mobile phone OEM. < / P > < p > Second, high pass. Due to the impact of Trump’s ban, Qualcomm had to stop selling chips to China. Thanks to this, Huawei’s Kirin chip was able to make a big splash. < / P > < p > at present, Huawei’s annual sales of mobile phones exceed 200 million. From the perspective of Qualcomm, there is naturally a sour taste in Huawei’s mind. In addition, because of the U.S. sanctions against Huawei, Chinese mobile phone manufacturers have realized that they can’t put eggs in the same basket, so they all began to seek diversified cooperation, which led to the loss of nearly half of the chip market in China. To sum up, Foxconn and Qualcomm have become stepping stones for Trump’s sanctions against Huawei, but Huawei has not been defeated. We have always firmly believed that evil does not suppress justice, and victory will belong to the just side. Continue Reading865 optimization is different? These mobile phones should teach you a lesson!