In 2026 Huawei can receive up to 72 million 7nm
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In 2026, Huawei can receive up to 72 million 7nm chips for its needs

So far, US authorities, represented by Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, tend to believe that China is unable to produce chips using 7nm technology in large quantities. External analysts expect Huawei’s partners to produce 33 million of these chips next year and increase production volume to 72 million by 2026.

    Image source: Huawei Technologies

Image source: Huawei Technologies

At least, this is the opinion of Jefferies representatives quoted in the publication Nikkei Asian Review. They estimate that Huawei Technologies can launch 5 to 6 million smartphones based on the latest 7nm processors this year, so the impact of the “Huawei Return” effect on the smartphone market in China will be insignificant become. Next year, this influence will increase and the positions of Apple, Oppo, Honor, Vivo and Xiaomi in the Chinese smartphone market will falter under the onslaught of Huawei.

In 2025, according to Jefferies experts, Huawei’s partners will be able to supply the company with 58 million 7nm chips. Officials at Wocom Securities are urging people not to be under the illusion that the Chinese electronics maker has unlimited options to circumvent sanctions imposed by the United States and its allies. The success of the Mate 60 Pro smartphone, which, outrageously for the US authorities, received a 7nm HiSilicon Kirin 9000s processor advanced by the standards of the Chinese industry, will prompt American officials to introduce new sanctions and to increase their effectiveness, says Huawei There may be difficulties in the further expansion of future 7nm products.

Meanwhile, shares of some suppliers of components for new Huawei smartphones rose 400% following the debut of the new flagship. At least from the end of August to the end of September, shares of the Chinese company Dongguan Chitwing Tech, which supplies Huawei with housing parts and equipment for their production, rose by 420%. Satellite communications module provider Hwa Create saw a 143% increase in the market value of its shares over the same period. The shares of suppliers of batteries, high-frequency components, sensor systems and camera modules for Huawei Technologies rose by tens of percent. Chinese company SMIC, which is “suspected” of being involved in the production of 7nm processors for Huawei’s needs, has seen its share price rise by 8% since announcing new Huawei smartphones.

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