Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg
Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg
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Qualcomm receives US government permission to sell 4G chips to Huawei in exception to trade ban

  • US semiconductor companies were forced to stop selling to the Chinese technology firm in September after US trade restrictions took effect
  • Analysts said the Qualcomm license would have a ‘limited impact’ because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices

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Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg
Qualcomm’s license is for 4G chips which may have ‘limited impact’ for Huawei because consumers are shifting to newer 5G devices, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg
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