We know that the relationship between Huawei and the US government is not very good – the company is still subject to several limitations for suspected espionage (even without hard evidence).
The scenario of uncertainty even made the global launch of its latest high-top, Kill 30, be postponed and even will it arrives in stores without the known Google services (Gmail, YouTube, Maps) Pre-installed from the factory.
In this tide of locks, Huawei CEO recently revealed in an interview that the brand is considering selling its 5G division.
According to the information, the firm would look for a buyer based outside its home continent, Asia (ie we are talking about an investor in the west ).
So far no potential buyers have been revealed; Huawei’s 5G division may be sold to an existing technology company or even to a new entity.
Buyer may modify key elements and, if desired, release or block access to products at their discretion – Huawei must provide full access to its 5G portfolio of licenses, codes, designs and more.
For now, the price of the 5G deal has not been confirmed; The truth is that Huawei is still just studying the option, which may not even happen.
The reason for the sale of 5G assets is possibly directly related to the numerous US bans and limitations (despite this, the Chinese giant is faring far in implementing the fifth generation of mobile networks).