Previous media reports said Huawei would open up and sell 5G chips, but only to Apple. In this regard, Yu Chengdong expressed his support for the use of Huawei 5G chips for Apple, but it is not clear whether Apple will adopt them. Huawei is open. Yu Chengdong said.
When Baron 5000 was released in January, Huawei said publicly that Huaweis Baron mainly supports Huaweis smart products, such as mobile phones and Internet of Things. Huawei has been promoting its chips as not for sale, only for Huaweis use, not for sale.
This week, according to Engadget, Huawei has developed its own processors and 5G modem chips and may be interested in selling them to Apple.
Apple is rumored to be having trouble with 5G. The company reportedly plans to launch the 5G-enabled iPhone in 2020, but there is one problem: Intel, Apples current chip partner, may not be ready at that time.
Apple is suing Samsung, so it is unlikely to use Qualcomm chips. Apple has been discussing 5G chips with Samsung and MediaCorp, but it is not clear whether this will succeed.
To this rumor, Daily Economic News contacted Huawei for information, and Huawei responded: No comment. (Cui Yuxian)
Source: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541