Due to issues with Galaxy Note 7, Huawei was the most profitable Android smartphone maker and is the top selling Chinese smartphone company. While Huawei might be one of the largest and fastest-growing smartphone manufacturers in the world, the company still lacks a significant presence in the United States.
For months, Huawei has been trying on bringing its phone in the US, but carriers are not very supportive. However, a new report claims that AT&T might help Huawei and are discussing the possibilities of selling a Huawei smartphone powered by its HiSilicon processor in the country.
The discussion is still in early stages, and will take months before AT&T approves Kirin mobile phone chipsets for use on AT&T’s network.