Huawei is poised to make a global comeback


Prior to the US sanctions against Huawei, the company was making huge waves and many had predicted that with their success, they had the potential to overthrow the likes of Apple and Samsung, but obviously those plans fell through.

But now according to a report from IT Home, they claim that Huawei is now poised to make a global comeback and has “comprehensive plans” to do so, and this is largely thanks to the successful development of the Kirin 9000S chipset which was apparently made without violating the sanctions against them.

For those unfamiliar, the sanctions placed against Huawei effectively prevented them from working with US companies and companies that relied on US technology and patents. This meant that a lot of Huawei’s plans, especially for 5G, could not be realized until the arrival of the Kirin 9000S, Huawei’s first 5G chipset that was manufactured by China’s own SMIC.

The chipset made its debut in the recently-announced Mate 60 series of phones, and while it might seem like it’s “lagging” behind the competition in terms of its fabrication, it’s a good start. The report claims that the Mate 60 Pro will not be debuting globally, but future handsets might. So, if you’ve been a fan of Huawei’s hardware, this could be something to look forward to.

Source: IT Home

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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