After the United States imposed sanctions on Huawei, ARM, which owns the rights to processor architectures for
Taiwanese company TSMC engagedproducing chipsets for Huawei, Apple and others, said it was not going to stop cooperating and would continue to work with a Chinese partner. It turns out that its technology cannot be ranked as a category of goods in which there is some kind of American component, which means that the US sanctions do not apply to them.
True, the problem is with ARM, whose computational cores andvideo accelerators used in Kirin platforms still remain. But Kirin 985 Huawei will have time to finish, so the flagship Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will be released on schedule - this fall. With or without Android, this is another question.
By the way, today it also became known that Huaweiexcluded from the Wi-Fi alliance, which includes the largest manufacturers involved in the joint development of the standard for wireless data transmission. But this only means that the company will not be able to participate in the development of this technology - Wi-Fi on smartphones will not be lost.