The United States managed to make Huawei’s life more enjoyable, and it also had to sell honors. Still, there is some encouraging news for the Chinese company. So this week, Qualcomm officially confirmed that it had been licensed by US authorities, giving Huawei the green light to supply the chips.
It is true that we are only talking about processors that support 4G; But Huawei must now seize every opportunity to escape. Therefore, it will happily agree to buy Qualcomm 4G chips, and it is already known which group of processors will buy first.
Huawei’s Enjoy 20e Coming Soon with Snapdragon 460 SOC
We are talking about the Snapdragon 460 chip, which will be installed in the Huawei NJ 20e. This is Qualcomm’s brand new and latest SOC, built using 11-nanometer process technology. It has eight Cryo 240 processor cores with a peak frequency of 1.8 GHz and an Adreno 610 video accelerator.
It is known that Huawei NGE 20e will offer 4/6 GB RAM, 128 GB storage, 5000 mAh battery, 10 W charging power and HD + screen. The device is a budget smartphone, so it’s no surprise that it will be attached in a plastic case. The price tag of Huawei Enjoy 20e can start from price 183.
Qualcomm officially confirms that it has a license to supply certain products to Huawei
In recent times, there have been reports that Huawei has been licensed to supply chips. A few days ago, there were reports that Qualcomm had obtained a license to supply Huawei. However, recent reports indicate that Qualcomm may not be able to supply Huawei with all the chips. For smartphone chips, the company can’t supply Huawei with more than 4G chips. Qualcomm has officially confirmed the reports, according to a report in the Daily Business News. A company spokesman said: “We have licensed (Huawei) for some products, including some 4G products.
However, Qualcomm did not disclose when it could start supplying 5G products to Huawei. Of course, we know this will not be possible now. Earlier this week, news broke that Qualcomm had obtained a Huawei license. Keybank, a leading Wall Street investment bank, said earlier this week that Qualcomm had obtained an export license to supply 4G chips to Huawei.
On July 30, Qualcomm announced that it had reached a patent license agreement with Huawei. The former will receive a one-time patent license fee of 1. 1.8 billion. At the same time, Qualcomm has reached a long-term agreement with Huawei. It authorizes Huawei to use Qualcomm’s patented technology. At its November 5 financial report meeting, the company confirmed that it had received a one-time payment of 1. 1.8 billion from Huawei.