Huawei and the US government have been in conflict with each other for over a year. The Chinese manufacturer is on a black trade list and is therefore no longer allowed to do business with companies using American technology. The ban has been postponed several times, but unfortunately will take effect on September 15.
According to the Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo, Samsung and the Korean company SK Hynix will stop supplying parts to Huawei from 15 September. From next week, chip makers using American technology are no longer allowed to do business with Huawei from the US government.
These rules also apply to chips that are manufactured outside the United States, but that use American software or technology. That is why companies like Samsung and SK Hynix must stop supplying parts from next week.
Huawei has not been idle in the meantime. For example, it has developed its own operating system. Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei, announced during an interview that we can expect the first Huawei smartphone without Android next year. Instead, the device runs on its own operating system HarmonyOS 2.0.