Huawei (and China) are poised to execute the Microsoft-Intel cartel

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    Huawei poised to launch Harmony OS PC running on self-developed ARM chip with equal performance to Apple M3 later this year.

    Basically after this year, China no longer needs Windows and Intel/AMD. Outside of Huawei there are Zhaoxin and Loongson to fill in the desktop/mini-PC space.

    China has banned ALL government PCs and telecom network gears from using Intel/AMD chips.

    Intel can only live in the consumers space for another few short years. China currently lacks the capacity to make all the chip amounts required for the consumer sector. As production capacity increases, This won't be a problem in the near future, where Windows and Intel/AMD will be mere anecdotes on the Chinese online encyclopedia...!

    Moreover Huawei shall deliver the biggest slap in the face to Google. Earlier versions of Harmony OS could actually run Android apps. The next version will rip the Android base completely out of Harmony OS leaving Google locked out of the Chinese software ecosystem forever.
     
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    The biggest shocker the Americans experienced last year was when Huawei was able to regain ability to print ARM CPUs, they gave Qualcomm the middle finger and ordered ZERO Snapdragon chips from them Henceforth.

    The next biggest shocker coming for the Americans will be Huawei giving the middle finger to Intel and order ZERO laptop/tablet chips from them henceforth!

    The next will be all other Chinese tech companies following Huawei' suit. BUT to get to THAT point, China will need to be able to print A LOT more chips than they are capable of right now!
     
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