American companies continue to do business with Huawei in violation of Trump's order

American companies continue to do business with Huawei in violation of Trump’s order

American chip makers are still sending millions of dollars of products to Huawei bypassing Trump’s executive order that forbids something like that, the New York Times reported.

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The sale of components to Huawei began three weeks ago reported the American prestige.

Sources close to the newspaper said Intel and Micron are benefiting from the way products are labeled for sending to Huawei as products that are manufactured abroad by American companies and are not considered American.

Last month, Huawei was placed on the black list of trade by banning the sale and purchase of technology from American companies. The executive order came as a concern of the United States of the close ties that Huawei has with the Chinese government, while the latter has repeatedly denied the allegations.

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A week after Trump signed the executive order, the Department of Commerce eased some of the restrictions applied to Huawei by guaranteeing a temporary license so that the phone maker could update their software.

The movement caused much confusion in the industry. Micron CEO said he had initially stopped selling Huawei products but had resumed two weeks later.

Each company is affected differently because of the specific products and supply chains they have.

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Huawei Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i with a 7-nm Kirin 810 Processor Revealed

Huawei Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i with a 7-nm Kirin 810 Processor Revealed

Huawei revealed three new phones: Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i with a 7-nanometer Kirin 810 processor.

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The debut comes at a time when Huawei‘s future is unclear after Google terminated the Android license last month. As a result, it is not known how these phones will be updated. It is also unknown how long they will have access to the Google Play Store if they are also released outside China.

The Kirin 810 processor is found on the Nova 5 model, while the Nova 5 Pro has the Kirin 980 processor as the Huawei P30 Pro and Mate 20. The new processor introduced today by Kirin 810 has eight cores like Kirin 980, but two of the 980 high performance cores are replaced with two small efficient cores.

Also the fate of ARM designers remains unclear because the British chip design house broke up links with Huawei.

Nova 5 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory while the Nova 5 Pro with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of memory. Both smartphones are similar to the 6.39-inch OLED screens, four rear cameras with 48-megapixel, 16-megapixel secondary sensors and the other two with 2-megapixels. Both phones have 3,500mAh batteries.

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Finally Nova 5i is a budget variant of the first two with the slower processor Kirin 710. As it stores four rear cameras, the main sensor is only 24-megapixel and has an LCD screen instead of OLED.

Nova 5 costs $400, Nova 5 Pro $436 and Nova 5i $320.

Huawei Nova 5, 5 PRO and 5i Full SPECS

Huawei Nova 5i

Huawei Nova 5

Huawei Nova 5 Pro

Display 6.40-inch 6.39-inch 6.39-inch
Rear Camera 24-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel 48-megapixel + 16-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel 48-megapixel + 16-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel
Battery Capacity 4000mAh 3500mAh 3500mAh
Processor HiSilicon Kirin 710 HiSilicon Kirin 810 HiSilicon Kirin 980
RAM 6GB 8GB 8GB
OS Android 9 Pie Android 9 Pie Android 9 Pie
Front Camera 24-megapixel 32-megapixel 32-megapixel
Storage 128GB 128GB 128GB
Resolution 1080×2310 pixels 1080×2340 pixels 1080×2340 pixels

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Microsoft Restart Selling Huawei Laptops

Microsoft Restart Selling Huawei Laptops

Microsoft in a mysterious way removed the Huawei laptop line from online stores last month following a Trump executive order to block the Chinese company.

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While the software giant has been silent about whether to license Windows to Huawei for the laptops line or not, the latter are beginning to reappear in online stores this week. Currently MateBook 13, Mate Book and MateBook X Pro models have been restored. In addition to the MateBook X Pro models that are listed as “no stock,” others are available for purchase.

Microsoft confirmed to The Verge that laptops that are on sale are currently in stock until their full sale. When asked if he would continue to sell Huawei products that contradicted the new US regulation, the company insisted that the products were in inventory.

Finally, Huawei announced the postponement of the debut of new Windows laptops that were scheduled for CES Asia last week. It is unknown what the laptop was in the company’s plans, but the cause is clear, the US executive order and the uncertainty as American technology companies will react to it.

According to speculations unmatched laptops are MateBook 14 and an updated model of the MateBook X Pro.

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The Released Patent Reveals Huawei's Folding Phone, with a new Approach

The Released Patent Reveals Huawei’s Folding Phone, with a new Approach

While Huawei has delayed their folding Mate X phone, to ensure that there will not be a failure like Samsung and “hurt their reputation,” the R & D department is working hard on the second or in the future device of the folding phone.

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A recently discovered patent application suggests a dual approach, with a screen that can be wrapped around the edges when folded.

LetsGoDigital‘s images are a better representation of what Huawei has in mind.

Like Mate X, this device folds twice, and compared to Samsung is the most practical solution – the Chinese company believes.

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American Chip Giants Seek Easing Sanctions Against Huawei

American chip makers, including Qualcomm and Intel, quietly pressed the US government to ease sanctions against the Chinese technology giant.

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Intel and Xilinx executives attended a meeting at the end of May with the Commerce Department to discuss Huawei’s response in placing the company on the blacklist. Sanctions prevent US suppliers from selling Huawei technology, which is the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer without the approval of the US government.

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The latter believes Huawei is a threat to national security. Qualcomm also discussed with the Department of Commerce regarding the matter. Chip makers argue that products like smartphones and computers do not pose the same risk as 5G technology and infrastructure.

“What we say does not help Huawei. It simply prevents a great deal of damage to American companies, “said one of the company’s representatives.

From $70 billion spent by Huawei on component purchases in 2018, $11 billion went to American firms such as Qualcomm, Intel and Micron.

Qualcomm, for example, wants to pursue Huawei’s supply of smartphones and clocks. Google, which sells Huawei’s most popular software in the world, Android, wants to continue collaborating with it.

Huawei itself has done little to lobby in Washington but is considering sending a letter to the Department of Commerce.

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Huawei Postpones the Debut of The Mate X Foldable Phone

Huawei Postpones the Debut of The Mate X Foldable Phone

The Chinese giant told CNBC and the Wall Street Journal that it was doing tests to make the device ready for customers and was acting cautiously after news of Samsung Galaxy Fold problems.

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The latter debuted in April but shipments were postpones indefinitely after the devices was broken just a few days of use by media analysts.

The biggest problem for Huawei is not only the sustainability of the phone but also the effects of American sanctions. Because Huawei was placed on the black list, American firms can not sell or license Huawei technology. All this situation has caused great trouble that no company would want it to be. Google has revoked the Android license, while Microsoft is expected to do the same with Windows.

Based on this, it is unknown whether Mate X will come with Android or not. CNBC says Huawei will come up with Android because it was launched before Huawei list it in the blacklist. WSJ says this is being discussed.

An alternative is the launch of phone with Huawei system operation that he has started testing. Mate X was launched in February and was well received by analysts. The 8-inch OLED screen just folds into two. It has 8GB of RAM and 5G technology but costs 2,299 euros.

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Huawei Records the new Operating System for Smartphones

Huawei Records the new Operating System for Smartphones

Huawei is reported that is near the registration and licensing of the new operating system called “Hongmeng” in Peru. This move by giant technology comes at a time when it faces American sanctions that ban the use of company technology like Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm and Google.

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Last Month, Google decided to discontinue Android updates to its company. Huawei phones are currently working on a Google Android version and the company has said there are no immediate plans to launch the Hongmeng operating system.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Huawei had started inviting developers to publish their apps in the App Gallery store. A trademark application for Hongmeng was made at the National Institute for the Protection of Free Competition and Intellectual Property, according to Reuters news agency.

On the other hand, Google has warned the Trump administration and Huawei’s blockade puts at risk American national security. While Huawei said it takes more time to become the world’s largest smartphone maker. Yesterday, it was said that Huawei has postponed the debut of the new laptop.

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Huawei’s newest phones will be sold without Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp

Facebook will not allow installation of applications on Huawei smartphones as reported by Reuters news agency. This is the latest example of Western technology companies that have begun to break the relationship with China’s telecommunications giant after Trump’s administration put it on the blacklist of trade.

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Actual Huawei’s phone owners can still download and use WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook apps and will receive ongoing updates through the Play Store.

However, Huawei can no longer include apps on new phones when they go on sale in stores.

Huawei’s phones and those in stores will have Facebook apps as well as Google services. But Facebook will deny installing applications on phones that have not yet come out of the factory.

However, the news is not as problematic as Google and ARM’s decisions limiting the company’s Android and the ability to develop its chips. It’s a blow to Huawei’s plans to build an app store beyond the Google Play Store.

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Huawei is forbidden to use SD and microSD cards

Huawei is forbidden to use SD and microSD cards

Things are getting worse for Huawei. The company is forbidden to be a member of the SD Association, the SD and micro SD group responsible for standardizing the cards.

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Changing status means that Huawei can no longer offer products with the official SDA brand and will be excluded from setting new standards.

SD Association confirmed that Huawei was removed from the group in response to the US executive order. Last week, the US Department of Commerce banned American companies from doing business with Huawei and its 70 subsidiaries.

The company is forbidden to accept equipment and technology but also funding without the approval of the government. New Order joins Truma’s signed ban on using Huawei telecommunications equipment from mobile and landline operators in the US.

Huawei said consumers could buy and use SD cards with existing phones, but it is unknown how this decision will affect Huawei’s future phones and devices.

The latter has tried to distance itself from SD format in favor of Nano memory cards.

Removal from the SD Assocation is definitely a blow to Huawei but very small compared to those of other companies. Google stopped supporting Android while Intel, Qualcomm and AMD disconnected the supply of chips.

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Microsoft bans sales of Huawei laptops

Microsoft bans sales of Huawei laptops

Microsoft has banned sales of Huawei MateBook X Pro laptops in its online stores since the Chinese company was placed on the US government’s blacklist.

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The decision comes after rumors that Google would stop using Android and the company’s services for Huawei, reports Telegraph.

However, it remains to be seen whether Microsoft will block Huawei laptop updates with Windows 10 installed.

MateBook X Pro has been removed from Microsoft’s online store over the weekend, whereby the company is obeying US government demands to stop doing business with the company.

The fear that the company can completely block Windows 10 updates is added after this action.

At the end of last week, US President Donald Trump’s Administration placed Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd on the blacklist, promptly enforcing restrictions that would make it extremely difficult for the company to do business with US counterparts.

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