strong>Smartphone manufacturer Huawei is one of the biggest losers of the US Government's recent trade war with China, and after new restrictions, the Chinese company's production partner, Foxconn, has reportedly slashed new phone orders. The communications giant has recently been added to the e Motion List, which has a significant impact on both software and hardware, to effectively hinder Huawei from doing business with any of its US-based employees and to use future smartphones.
Several chipset manufacturers (such as Intel and Qualcomm) have left all relationships with Huawei, but perhaps more importantly, the phone manufacturer's Android mobile operating system will not be allowed to apply critical parts that require access to services operated by Google - YouTube used to upload and verify applications and games It includes the likes of Gmail and Google Play Store.
With the ongoing problems of the Chinese technology giant, it is perhaps not surprising that until 2020, it has revived its goal of becoming the world's leading smartphone manufacturer. Production reduction A new report from the South China Morning Mail (SCMP) shows that Taiwanese producer Foxconn has) recently stopped several production lines for Huawei phones.
The timing of change shows that this decline is strongly an answer to the US trade ban debate, but South China Morning Mail is u unclear whether declining production is part of a temporary or long-term downtime ına and tartış smartphone manufacturers have flexibility in production programs. When Huawei took over Apple in the second quarter of 2018 as the world's second largest smartphone maker, the company was hoping to overthrow the current leader (Samsung) by 2020.
But according to the SCMP, the Honorary Chairman (a smartphone manufacturer under Huawei) said in a press briefing in Shanghai that "as the new situation emerges, it is too early to tell if we can achieve the goal". It is unclear how much trade bans will affect Huawei in the long term, and he said that they have plans for a long time to deal with such a ban, including to fill the US hardware and even develop its own alternative to the Android mobile operating system.