Over the past year, the U.S. government has been imposing more and more sanctions against Huawei. Although the Chinese manufacturer is making heroic efforts to continue to be one of the market leaders in smartphones and telecommunications equipment, the U.S. strikes are not in vain.
The day before it became known that Huawei was forced to postpone the release of new smartphones due to the ban of TSMC to produce mobile processors for it. At the moment, the company's management is looking for a way out of this situation.
Most of Huawei's mobile devices run on its own HiSilicon processors, but they were mainly produced for it by TSMC factories, which are now forbidden to cooperate with the Chinese company. Under these circumstances, Huawei has to urgently look for new chip manufacturers.