News related to Huawei and its mobile phone business continues to spread. According to a report published by Reuters, Huawei is reportedly considering selling its most iconic mobile brands corresponding to the Mate and P series.
After making the move to sell the Honor sub-brand to a consortium of companies based in Shenzhen, China, the company is reportedly considering selling its high-end phones to the same group, according to Reuters in its report.
A few days ago we echoed the uncertain future of new terminals, such as the possible arrival of what would be the Huawei P50, for which we still do not know its possible launch date and the specifications that it could carry.
The company has strived to create a complete ecosystem with its App Gallery app store being increasingly supported by developers. It also maintains the development of its own Harmony OS operating system.
However, the current veto imposed by the United States on the inability to install Google services on its terminals is now joined by the fact that it can no longer continue to use Kirin chips in its future smartphones.
The company has confirmed in recent months that it is continuing to develop its own high-performance chips, even if it is a risky bet for the simple fact of not being able to have the necessary patents to be competitive in the short term.
This is not the first step that we see the company in this direction, since at the end of last year we saw how
It remains to be seen whether this information has any credibility, since the company has not confirmed anything on this subject. However, we all want the company to provide us with new hardware with all the potential that both modalities have shown: both the Mate series and the P.
You can consult our list of the best Huawei smartphones.