Samsung, HK Hynix, And LG Stop Supplying to Huawei
Following the chip, Huawei’s mobile phone is about to face a cut off the supply of other components. According to the Verge reported that local media in South Korea said Samsung and SK Hynix will suspend the supply of chips and other products to Huawei after September 15.
Samsung and SK Hynix will reportedly stop selling parts to Huawei as the U.S. government tightens sanctions against the Chinese handset maker. The Verge said today, according to South Korean media reports, the two companies will suspend trading on Sept. 15, the day a new set of rules restrict dealings with Huawei.
Also, Samsung and LG Display will stop supplying high-end smartphone panels to Huawei due to U.S. restrictions, according to Reuters, citing the Chosun Biz news agency.
The report noted that Samsung Display and LG Display decided to stop supplying products to Huawei from the date the restrictions went into effect on September 15, as the ban includes chips needed to operate the displays.