This channel comes out with frequent videos on Chinese projects.
Here it is in action:
Range 20km, powered by five miniature turbojet, it requires a 30kg backpack to hold the fuel tank. It can still maintain flight as long as 4/5 jets are still working, the jets have vectored thrust.
The question is: what will happen to huawei. It needs solutions right now, and IMO the way forward for it is to split/sell its smartphone business to another company and keep the 5G infrastruture business.
Huawei just sold its Honor brand to itself.
This is essentially a business transaction, so do not see how this cannot happen.Impossible, since these owners don't have chip design for order. There will be possible only bought already ready chips from Quallcom or Mediatek, same as Xiaomi etc.
This is essentially a business transaction, so do not see how this cannot happen.
What we have to expect, is not one of these 30+ companies makes an order for chips banned by US government for Huawei, or IC manufacturing equipment banned by US government for Huawei, through another supplier of theirs.
Suppose a company wants 5nm chips for making O-Ran equipment in China. Just make the order. Obtain the chip design from the designer, and contract that to TSMC.
HiSilicon sells the Kirin chip design to a third company (with the stipulation that it can be purchase back by HiSilicon, that option has to be in the contract). Someone goes ahead to procure that chip.BTW in China ARM chips for smartphones also designed by Unisoc company. There are no sanctions against them now, but their chips are worse than the Kirin. I'm afraid that as soon as they make good chips, the United States will immediately impose similar sanctions against them.