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Huawei Rumored to Use SMIC’s Nodes, Overcome U.S ban and Produce 5G Smartphones

Huawei, banned from using U.S. technology, plans to return to its main smartphone market by the end of the year, reportedly Reuters This was reported by three research companies. The company will reportedly use Chinese factories and technology to produce the advanced chips needed for 5G handsets, but details are still vague.

Huawei can secure domestic 5G chips thanks to the development of its own semiconductor design tools and chip manufacturing by Semiconductor Manufacturing International Company, according to reports from multiple research firms covering China’s smartphone market. It is highly likely. It uses SMIC’s N+1 manufacturing process, which belongs to the 7nm-class production node, but the tech giant is likely to use an improved version of N+1.

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