1. Two years after launch, Huawei to roll out its Google Android rival to phones — with big challenges  CNBC
  2. Chinese tech giant Huawei goes into pigs  Pig Progress
  3. Huawei turns to other businesses to make up for its loss of the smartphone market  gizmochina
  4. HarmonyOS is replacing Android on Huawei flagships from April  TechRadar
  5. Huawei Enters Pig Farming And Coal Mining Business To Compensate Smartphones Sales Loss  Android Headlines
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In mid-2019, Huawei launched its own operating system — HarmonyOS — in response to U.S. actions that cut it off from Google software. In mid-2019, Huawei launched its own operating system — HarmonyOS — in response to U.S. actions that cut it off from Google software.

Chinese technology company Huawei has announced to go into pig farming.Chinese technology company Huawei has announced to go into pig farming.

PigProgress - Chinese tech giant Huawei goes into pigs

Huawei is going through hard times due to the decreased smartphone shipment, and now it is planning to enter a new and weird business. According to aHuawei is going through hard times due to the decreased smartphone shipment, and now it is planning to enter a new and weird business. According to a

Huawei Enters Pig Farming And Coal Mining Business To Compensate Smartphones Sales Loss

Chinese tech giant Huawei has had a mixed bag of fortunes within the past year. It had come under severe and debilitating restrictions by the US government which accused it of being a front for the Chinese government and as such, a huge security threat that US businesses should not relate with. The impact of …

Huawei turns to other businesses to make up for its loss of the smartphone market - Gizmochina

In 2021, Huawei reportedly plans to order components for 70-80 million devices for the whole year which is a 60 percent drop from 189 million units shipped last year. In 2021, Huawei reportedly plans to order components for 70-80 million devices for the whole year which is a 60 percent drop from 189 million units shipped last year.

Huawei to cut smartphone shipment by more than half in 2021: Report- Technology News, Firstpost

According to a recent report from Nikkie Asia, Huawei is looking to halve its smartphone production this year.According to a recent report from Nikkie Asia, Huawei is looking to halve its smartphone production this year.

Huawei is reportedly halving its smartphone production this year

Trying to make up for the revenue it has lost due to a decline in its smartphone business, Huawei is turning to other industries to sell technology to including mining and pig farming.Trying to make up for the revenue it has lost due to a decline in its smartphone business, Huawei is turning to other industries to sell technology to including mining and pig farming.

Looking to replace lost smartphone sales, Huawei turns to pig farming - PhoneArena

Huawei is set to release its new foldable MateX2 series handset on Monday, a move analysts said shows the Chinese technology giant's ambition of pushing ahead its high-end phone series despite the US ban that cut its key chip supplies and hurt its chip design businesses.

Huawei to release new foldable MateX2 with self-developed Kirin 9000 chipset amid US ban - Global Times

The Chinese telecoms giant is feeling the effects of the US trade banThe Chinese telecoms giant is feeling the effects of the US trade ban

Huawei turns to pig farming after phone sales plummet | Metro News

Chinese telecoms giant says it plans to order components for about 70 to 80 million smartphones this year | 2021/02/22Chinese telecoms giant says it plans to order components for about 70 to 80 million smartphones this year

Huawei to slash 2021 smartphone output by more than half | Taiwan News | 2021/02/22

It is now obvious that US restrictions are hurting Huawei's smartphone division.It is now obvious that US restrictions are hurting Huawei's smartphone division.

Here is Why You Will See Fewer Huawei Phones in 2021

A Chinese news site claims that Huawei plans to make not much more than 80 million phones in 2021, as opposed to the ~189 million units it shipped in 2020. Meanwhile, other reports suggest it will also cut the P50 series' supply, and also possibly delay their unveiling until later in the year than usual.A Chinese news site claims that Huawei plans to make not much more than 80 million phones in 2021, as opposed to the ~189 million units it shipped in 2020. Meanwhile, other reports suggest it will also cut the P50 series' supply, and also possibly delay their unveiling until later in the year than usual.

Huawei's 2021 smartphone production is estimated at 60% less compared to 2020 as rumors of a delayed P50 launch emerge - NotebookCheck.net News