Samsung Display offers screens for Huawei
Samsung Display offers screens for Huawei

Samsung Electronics (Samsung Display) has a license from the US Department of Commerce to sell some OLED smartphone screens to Huawei.

Last month, the South Korean screen manufacturer was forced to stop supplying Huawei due to US sanctions against the tech giant.

New sanctions extend restrictions imposed in August and prevent Huawei from purchasing chips from foreign manufacturers with US technology.

One of the limitations is the Samsung screen because it uses American-made semiconductors with integrated circuit technology.

Before the sanctions went into effect, Samsung Display Company (Samsung Display) applied for a license to sell its OLED panels to Huawei.

The source said: Despite the license, not all OLED products have been approved by (Samsung Display).

The company is the first Korean technology company to receive a license from the US government.

A display panel maker (LG Display) has applied for a license, while a competitor to (Samsung Display) said the license is required to resume cooperation with Huawei.

Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix have stopped supplying Huawei with storage semiconductors and are applying for approval.

The main function of the sanctions is to prevent Huawei from purchasing semiconductors.

With so many display companies around the world, there is no need to strictly ban the export of OLED panels to put pressure on the Chinese company.

Intel reportedly received a license from the US government last month to continue supplying certain products to Huawei.

Huawei described the sanctions as continuing aggression by the United States, and Huawei said it was still investing in new technology.

As US-China relations deteriorated to their worst in decades, Washington used the pretext that the telecom giants were providing data to the Chinese government for espionage purposes in order to pressure governments around the world. And they ask Huawei to pressure it. Huawei has denied it was Watch China.

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