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Huawei has used up all accumulated stocks of HiSilicon single-chip systems

According to The Register, Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has run out of single-chip systems for smartphones due to US-imposed sanctions.

Huawei recently ran out of stock of its HiSilicon SoCs for smartphones, according to Counterpoint Research, which has data from sales channels.

HiSilicon’s single-chip global market share fell to zero in the third quarter after dropping to 0.4% in the second quarter from 3% a year ago.

The company had been stockpiling single-chip systems for a while, but the depletion of HiSilicon’s advanced chips was inevitable, adds Counterpoint Research.

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Huawei’s Android phone business has been hit hard by US trade restrictions, which were first imposed on the company in 2019 and later expanded. The company can still buy chips from other companies, including Intel and Qualcomm, but sanctions prevent it from purchasing 5G-enabled single-chip systems.

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