China’s Huawei plans to relaunch its 5G phone as soon as next year despite the setback of US sanctions, The Financial Times reported.
This will likely to mean a redesign of the smartphone, said the report, to avoid using restricted advanced chips and instead using less advanced alternatives from Chinese companies instead.
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