Qualcomm Has License to Supply 4G Chipset to Huawei

Some time ago, Qualcomm confirmed that it had applied for permission to supply chips to Huawei. Now, a report from China says that the company has been given a green signal for 4G, not 5G chips.

According to a report from China, the Supply Chain manufacturer said that Qualcomm has secured a license to sell 4G chips to Huawei. The company previously worked with Huawei on 4G chips which were mostly carried out by the Xi’an Research Center.

Now, having obtained the license will increase the supply for 4G phones further. A few days ago, reports said Qualcomm already got a license to do business with Huawei. However, new reports suggest that they can only sell 4G chips at least for now.

It is said, Qualcomm will reap a lot of benefits from the license. However, on the other hand, it will be difficult for Huawei to only adopt a 4G chipset instead of a 5G chipset as recently offered by a smartphone vendor.

Even so, the company has secured permission to do business with Huawei recently. Among them, the famous ones are AMD, Intel, and Samsung Display as reported by gizmochina, Saturday (14/11). Reportedly, there are still about 300 companies awaiting approval from the US government.

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