Huawei may be left without its own Kirin chips and is already losing markets in Europe and Asia

Lately, perhaps, only the lazy have not been following the situation with the United States and the Chinese company Huawei. After all

Many people have equipment with this brand, and some have thought about purchasing it (but, most likely, have already changed their mind). News continues to come from over the hill, but it is not very good.

And without chips too?

ARM company, which owns the rights to the architectureprocessors for smartphones and other mobile devices, also decided to refuse cooperation with Huawei. Although she is originally from Britain, she uses “technologies of American origin” in her work, and therefore intends to strictly comply with US prohibitions.

An official notice was distributed among employeesa note instructing him to suspend work with Huawei and its subsidiaries on “all active contracts, technical support and any pending agreements.”

If this gap is long-term, our ownThere are no Huawei processors in sight. The fact is that its HiSilicon division licenses the core architecture from ARM for its Kunpeng server processors and Kirin mobile platforms. Perhaps the Kirin 985 will still be released, but the fate of further models is already in question.

“We value our close relationships with our partners,but we recognize the pressure that some of them are subjected to as a result of politically motivated decisions. We are confident that this unfortunate situation can be resolved, and our priority remains to continue to provide world-class technologies and products to our customers around the world,” Huawei said.

Who refuses

Meanwhile, the company continues to loseand clients. For example, in the UK, mobile operators EE and Vodafone have stopped accepting pre-orders for the Huawei Mate 20x5G, sales of which were supposed to begin at the end of May. They are afraid that the smartphone will not be able to get the full version of Android.

In Japan, the release of several models was also postponed,and in Singapore and the Philippines they are selling off stocks, refusing new supplies and exchanging devices. In Spain, a final decision has not yet been made, but they fear for the future of the products of the Chinese manufacturer.

Added.It appears that the company has also been expelled from the association.SD Card Association. There are no official comments yet, but Huawei is no longer listed as consortium members on the website. If this is the case, the manufacturer's smartphones will no longer be able to use SD memory cards (microSD for smartphones).

True, last year the company presented its own NM Card (Nano Memory) memory card format.