Huawei laptop launch canceled after US ban
According to Mashable, Huawei’s projected laptop release has been lifted in light of the recent US ban on the company’s purchase of parts and materials from US companies.
Richard Yu, CEO of their commercial consumer group, told NBC that the company’s plans to launch the new MateBook product have been put on hold indefinitely.
Since all of Huawei’s previous MateBook products are based on Intel chips, it can be assumed that Huawei is unable to obtain the necessary components of the new MateBook model, although there are reports that the company has stocked enough products to last at least three months.
In addition, in May, Microsoft stopped launching Huawei notebooks in its online store, which further damaged Huawei’s notebook business.