Samsung in talks with ZTE, other OEMs to use its mobile chips
Samsung gets the greater part of its benefits from its fundamental memory chips, however, has expanded improvement of rationale chips like portable processors and its Exynos versatile chips control its Galaxy cell phones.
Presently, China's Meizu Tech is the main outside organization utilizing the Exynos chips.
Samsung's rationale chip improvement head Inyup Kang tells Reuters, "We are conversing with all OEMs."
The US as of late hit ZTE with a seven-year prohibition on getting segments from US-based organizations.
Samsung in talks with ZTE
Kang, a former Qualcomm executive, said he expects to announce a new client for its Exynos chipsets in the first half of 2019.
Its search for new clients for the Exynos chips comes as the United States banned its companies from selling components to China’s ZTE for seven years after it violated the terms of a settlement deal for illegally shipping goods made with U.S. parts to Iran and North Korea.
That has created urgency for ZTE to diversify its suppliers, analysts said, although attempts to resolve the issue have picked up some pace after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged on Sunday to help ZTE “get back into business, fast”.
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