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Huawei phones are now American-free
« on: December 02, 2019, 07:41:37 AM »

According to a report from UBS and Fomalhaut Techno Solutions cited by the Wall Street Journal, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro flagship phone contains no American made parts. That isn't surprising since the manufacturer is banned from its U.S. supply chain by the American government. The Journal notes how much progress Huawei has made to wean itself off of U.S. parts and chips.

For example, before the ban, Huawei sourced chips designed to keep its phones connected with network signals from U.S. companies like Qorvo. Similar chips were also purchased from Skyworks and Huawei's own HiSilicon unit. Since the ban, the manufacturer can obtain some chips from Qorvo but added Japan's Murata as a new source for this part while dropping  Skyworks. Similarly, it stopped using Broadcom as a source for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips and now relies on its own chips.

Huawei was smart enough to recognize that a U.S. supply chain ban could be in the cards after being called a national security threat by American lawmakers as far back as 2012. So the company started stockpiling parts and this move helped keep Huawei afloat after the ban was put into place. In addition, the manufacturer started looking for suppliers from countries other than the U.S. and also began to develop its own replacement parts. The firm does have the advantage of owning the HiSilicon subsidiary that designs chips like its Kirin SoCs and Balong modem chips. While these are designed by HiSilicon, they are manufactured by TSMC; the latter says that it will continue to supply Huawei. Last month, there was speculation that the U.S. was trying to force the government of Taiwan to block TSMC from doing work for Huawei, but this report was denied by a Taiwan government official.


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