Huawei Technologies will stop making its flagship Kirin chipsets from the next month. This is due to the impact of the growing US pressure on the Chinese tech giant.
The American stress on the Huawei suppliers has made it difficult for the HiSilicon chip division to continue making the chipsets. These were the critical components for the new mobile phone, Mate 40. Richard Yu, Huawei’s Consumer Business Unit CEO, confirmed the production end of Kirin processors.
With the US-China cold war, the US federal is pushing countries around to world to restrict Huawei out. There are allegations of the Chinese company transfer data to the Chinese government to spy on US and other client bases, but Huawei has repeatedly denied the