"We can not supply the PC", Yu reportedly said, adding that the situation is "unfortunate". The Trump administration placed Huawei on an Entity List in May that restricts its access to USA technology.
Huawei has suggested that its stockpiling of components and proprietary technology will mitigate the effect of USA sanctions, and the laptop division only represents a tiny sliver of the company's business.
Huawei hasn't obviously commented on this report, but the lack of a laptop unveiling at CES this week should pretty much be living proof that the United States ban just made its first major victim. USA companies must now seek permission to trade with Huawei.
Huawei has repeatedly rejected the accusations of U.S. intelligence agencies that it installs "backdoor" access to its devices at the behest of the Chinese government to help Beijing spy on users.
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Hours after CNBC reported that Huawei had scrapped the launch of a new laptop due to us export controls, a source familiar with the matter told the Global Times that the company will release a new laptop next month.
When Yu asked if the laptop could be launched at a later date, Yu said it "depends on how long the Entity List will be there". However the MateBook X Pro was pulled from the Microsoft Store online in mid-May.
The differing reports regarding Huawei's laptop release has sparked confusion and concerns among the public.
The Information, a website which first reported the laptop yarn, said Huawei had planned to launch the new Windows laptop at the CES Asia trade show in Shanghai which runs from 11 to 13 June. The laptop will use an ARM processor instead of Intel, the report said. As a result, Microsoft seems to no longer provide Windows licenses to Huawei, although the company has never confirmed this.
The Global Times' source "refuted reports that Huawei had halted laptop production due to the export control imposed by the Trump administration amid the escalating trade war", it wrote, adding that "industry leaders" had called its persistence an "inspiring move".