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Huawei P40 Pro found to contain U.S. parts in spite of blacklist

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A teardown of the P40 Pro has revealed that Huawei is using components made by U.S. companies. What you need to know A Huawei P40 Pro teardown by the Financial Times found that the phone still features hardware from U.S. entities. The device has RF front-end modules and antennas from Qualcomm, Skyworks, and Qorvo. At this point, it isn't clear if Skyworks and Qorvo secured licenses to supply the parts to Huawei. Huawei's inclusion in the U.S. Entity List means it is not allowed to do any business with U.S. companies, and the Chinese manufacturer's latest phones in the P40 series lack Google services as a result. The ban also extends to the hardware, with Huawei banned from using any hardware components made by U.S. companies. However, as the Financial Times discovered, that isn't the case on the P40 Pro. The publication commissioned a teardown of the P40 Pro (paywall) and found that the phone features RF front-end modules and antennas from three U.S. ent

Huawei P40 hands-on shows a triple camera module, no headphone jack

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The P40 Pro is expected to have a quad-camera setup with an additional time-of-flight sensor. What you need to know A set of hands-on images showing a Huawei P40 series smartphone have surfaced ahead of its formal debut later this month. The phone seen in the images is equipped with a vertical triple-camera array and a time-of-flight sensor. Additionally, the images confirm the phone will not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. Chinese smartphone maker announced the foldable Mate Xs phone last week, bringing a few significant upgrades over last year's Mate X. At the Mate Xs launch event, the folks at DigitalTrends got to spend some time with a P40 series prototype. Being an "early prototype," you can see that the phone has "Polarie" and "Blink" branding, instead of "Huawei" and "Leica". As noted in the report, Huawei usually uses codenames on prototype devices in this way. Huawei is expected to launch at least two

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