Huawei continues to suffer from a US agency ban, which has made the brand’s smartphone business more likely to deteriorate. Today, it is reported that Huawei has notified its parts manufacturers or suppliers. It said it will cut orders for manufacturing parts by as much as 60% this year.
International websites say that Huawei has notified its suppliers to cut orders for parts for the production of smartphones by 60 percent in 2021 all year, without the company giving a specific cause. From the original that has sold as many as 189 million smartphones in the past year. This year should be reduced to only 70-80 million units only.
Canalys recently reported smartphone sales for Q4 2020, showing that Huawei has dropped out of the world’s top five brands. Although it is in a very difficult period, Huawei’s founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei has confirmed to the media that he will certainly not sell the smartphone business.
As many parties have speculated that Huawei may not have enough chipsets to make smartphones. When the chipset is not enough As a result, the smartphone cannot be made. If the smartphone cannot be made, there is no need to order other parts as well. So we have to wait and see how Huawei will fix this problem.