The latest comment from the Honor CEO came after the launch of the Honor Magic V2 foldable phone and a number of other products.
Zhao mentioned that the news is not officially announced but it is something to be excited for the influential partners and competitors in the industry. Honor chief concluded that he is looking forward to stronger opponents.
A report reveals that Huawei is preparing for a comback in the 5G mobile market with the help of the domestic chip maker. The company is collaborating with Chinese chip maker – SMIC in order to make good use of its EDA technologies.
A research firm said that it expected Huawei to use SMIC’s N+1 manufacturing process. Though with a forecast yield rate of usable chips below 50%, 5G shipments would be limited to around 2 million to 4 million units. A second firm estimated shipments could reach 10 million units.
Currently, Huawei has not confirmed this report officially. If it’s really coming, then it would first land with the Huawei Mate 60 series in the second half of this year.
Also, it’s good to see that Honor CEO commented on Huawei 5G return and took it as a positive note for the industry.