The United States has blocked Huawei’s third-party chip procurement, and MediaTek may be affected!

Previously, the United States has extended temporary licenses for Huawei to temporarily obtain technology products such as Android update support from companies such as Google. But after the temporary license expired on August 13, the United States said it would not extend any more and made tougher “containment” measures against Huawei. A spokesman for the United States said Huawei had to take some evasive measures through a third party since it imposed restrictions on its own chips in May. As we restrict Huawei’s access to us technology, the company will be curbed by its ability to work with third parties to make clever use of American technology. They said the new measures would take effect immediately, and clearly indicated that Huawei’s attempt to buy off the shelf design from a third-party design company was covered. In response to the pressure measures for the re upgrade, canalys analysts commented that the newly revised regulations basically blocked Huawei’s way of buying chips directly from other chip manufacturers using US technology. Every cooperation must be approved by the U.S. Department of Commerce and licensed. As we all know, since the Taiwan electric power of the world’s largest chip generation factory in May cannot provide production and supply for Huawei hish Qilin chip, Huawei attempts to make up the gap by directly purchasing chips from third-party manufacturers such as the United Development Branch. For example, several mid-range new computers sold in the middle of the year adopt the series of unitedco Tianji 800 series processors, which may be carried in the future Huawei’s high-end flagship fuselage. Then, the US move undoubtedly cut off the cooperation between Huawei and third-party chip suppliers such as Lianfa branch and Samsung, making the situation facing Huawei more difficult. Earlier, Huawei, the largest smartphone market in China, was the second largest in the global market, but it was forced by the us to cut off the overseas market in vain, and also made its own hiss Kirin chip a “top performer” in the future. It is worth mentioning that the new regulations revised by the United States means very obvious. It explicitly banned Huawei from buying chips directly from other chip manufacturers using US technology, but it left a “back door” for us chip companies, which clearly stated that it would not be approved by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Therefore, if Huawei wants to purchase chips from third-party manufacturers, Qualcomm will become the most promising one, because the latter belongs to American enterprises, and the “additional conditions” in the regulations, although not explicitly stated, are undoubtedly providing “back door” for Qualcomm. Finally, it is necessary to admit that for Huawei, the pressure and difficulties to face become more and more serious. Only try our best to survive smoothly. Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865