Huawei committed to dismisses Kuo’s speculations of a sale. IThome analyst Ming-Chi Kuo notes in a report that Huawei says Honor, the brand was “very likely to sell”. Its rationale How much clearly known. Under the new ownership, Honor will not an important subject of the trade embargo imposed on the United States.
Huawei said it would allow it to buy chipsets and other hardware from suppliers. Which currently blocked from being sell by Huawei (and by Extension Honor). It will even release the Honor brand, allowing it to create flagships. Although it now has high-end devices, there are more premium Huawei options for each Honor phone.
Huawei committed to dismisses Kuo’s speculations of a sale
Kuo noted that such a move would be good for Honor. But the material suppliers will also affect China’s electronics industry as a whole. But that plan may have a caveat.
To get started, IThome has pulled out the report. Also, comments on Weibo revealed that Huawei employees are refuting Kuo’s claim. The analyst is usually very reliable in his predictions, but this seems to be a rare miss.