The blockade of Huawei by the United States is a snowball that does not stop growing either in the middle of August or in the presence of a new heat wave. The last we have known about the conflict is that Huawei, even without being officially confirmed, would have decided to stop making Kirin processors. No access to ARM licenses, and with a RISC-V still green for the Chinese giant, there seems to be no other solution.
This move would mean that Huawei, once it ceased to be a manufacturer of its own processors, would have to resort to third parties to complete 100% of its production of mobile phones. The best positioned, MediaTek and Samsung, although Qualcomm appears to be pressuring its own government already to allow them to lift the lock in their particular case and thus sell Snapdragon with 5G to Huawei.