Huawei’s status as the world’s largest smartphone maker might get challenged soon, as the company scrambles to get key parts for its phones.
It all started with the U.S. trade ban, which meant Huawei could not get access to Google services or do business with U.S. companies, including chipmakers Qualcomm and Broadcom.
Now, according to a report by South Korean outlet Chosun Biz (via Android Authority), Korea’s LG and Samsung will stop supplying premium smartphone displays to Huawei, starting Sept. 15. It’s unclear what “premium” means in this context; the report probably refers to OLED displays, which are used on Huawei’s flagships. For example, Huawei’s P40 Pro uses a Samsung-made OLED display. Read more…
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