At MWC 2019, Huawei presented the Mate X. This came out as the company’s first phone to have 5G capabilities, all credit going to the Balong 5000 platform. At this time, the Chinese company is “open” in order to bring its 5G modems to another company, Apple.
This statement may appear to be quite odd, particularly later than the claims that were made in January that the platform is going to be used solely on smart products that are included in the Huawei portfolio, counting the phones and rest of the IoT technology. However, the manufacturer was perhaps open to this sort of a deal for the reason that the Apple phones run iOS and it is not making them feel as direct opponents to its Android phones. In addition, in case any company is able to present a deal that is hard to say no to, then that company is definitely Apple.
Furthermore, Cupertino may be wishing too much to pay over the odds for the reason that in other case, it would have to be at a risk of being left behind. Analysts are still uncertain that Intel is going to be capable of providing XMM 8160 5G modems for one of the two coming generations of iPhones, whereas Samsung and Qualcomm have said no to sell theirs to Apple.
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