Still uncertain about its future, Huawei continues, despite everything, to pursue its projects and its product lines. We know that the commercial clock is ticking for the manufacturer. Indeed, since mid-September, the business has become tough with an almost impossibility of being able to continue trading with the usual partners (Samsung, WD, Micron, Kioxia and, lately, Sharp). Chips, screens, memories … difficult for Huawei to maintain a regular production rate but AMD could come to the rescue.
Indeed, after Qualcomm, Samsung, SK Hynix and MediaTek, here is another noise swelling. A partnership with none other than AMD which has been successful for many months now. According to the transcript of a conference between Ross Seymore and Forrest Norrod, the whole of which was relayed by Chinese sources yesterday, September 18, the VP of AMD confirmed that the company has obtained a license to supply Huawei, and it is not expected to The US “Huawei ban” has a significant impact on AMD’s business.
The Chinese are massively buying Huawei devices despite the price rise
Against the background of what is happening in China, the price tags for Huawei smartphones have risen. Prices for selected models have already increased by 40% compared to January this year. For example, the cost of the already expensive Huawei Mate 30 RS Porsche Design increased by $443.7. On average, the cost of the company’s devices increased by $60-74. Wholesale consignments of devices are bought up in minutes. Electronics retailers have to rush as prices for Huawei devices are rising almost hourly.
The high demand for the company’s devices in China is because many decided to have time to buy smartphones before they disappear from stores. Consumers understand that Huawei will not have enough stock of processors for a long time. So in the future, they will not be able to purchase gadgets from this manufacturer. Because their release will be discontinued.
Analysts say that the company’s stock of components will be enough until the middle of next year. Naturally, much will depend on the pace of production Huawei will adhere to. Most likely, it will follow the path of reducing its own model range, and will also introduce restrictions on the number of gadgets produced.
I must say that Chinese users, driven by patriotic feelings, all the time since the imposition of sanctions in May 2019, have been actively supporting Huawei, actively purchasing its smartphones. It is on the patriotism of the Chinese that the company’s success in the mobile market this year is based. And we must pay tribute to them that now they have not turned away from Huawei, but continue to actively buy its smartphones.