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Huawei has no plans to sell mobile business, will continue Mate and P-series smartphones

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Huawei disputes the rumors that it is selling its flagship P and Mate series smartphone line. This comes after a report from Reuters about it.
Huawei has no plans to sell mobile business, will continue Mate and P-series smartphones
Huawei will continue making Mate and P-series smartphones

Huawei: We are not selling our flagship mobile lines

So, what's next for the Huawei Mate series?
So, what's next for the Huawei Mate series?

This news came after a Reuters report stating that the Chinese tech giant is planning to sell their flagship line after selling the HONOR brand.

Huawei officials issued a statement to the Chinese media stating that the company has no plans of selling its mobile phone business and will continue building high-end phones.

The statement sheds some positive light on the future of the company's two flagship smartphone series however the fact that the company has no chipsets for its flagship models is still there. HiSilicon is banned from using TSMC fabs while Qualcomm and MediaTek are prohibited to do any business with Huawei.

As a recap, the Trump administration prevented Huawei from doing business with US companies. US companies need to acquire a license to trade with the Chinese giant but a report came out that these licenses will be revoked as well.

Huawei Philippines told team GIZGUIDE that:

Huawei has learned THERE ARE unsubstantiated rumors circulating regarding the POSSIBLE SALE OF our flagship smartphone brands. There is no merit to these rumors whatsoever. Huawei has no such plan. We remain fully committed to our smartphone business and will continue to deliver world-leading products and experiences for consumers around the world.

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