Huawei’s New Handsets Raise Questions Over Compliance with US Sanctions

  • Huawei has launched 5G-capable smartphones, fueling speculations over the usage of Chinese-made chips that could violate US-imposed sanctions.
  • The two latest devices, Mate 60 Pro+ and Mate X5 foldable, are suspected to be powered by locally produced HiSilicon Kirin 9000S chips.
  • Huawei’s latest move suggests confidence in its chip yield, a potential blow to US sanctions, with further information on these devices expected later in September.
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