Following the United States ban on Huawei, the company’s position in the mobile phone segment has faltered. The brand is currently focusing on several Nova mid-range and flagship phones. But Huawei doesn’t plan to stop on this.
The company is currently investing in the IoT segment and is also working to improve its display production. In the second half of 2021, Huawei announced a smart screen for the IoT segment. The device was equipped with a Mini LED screen from Refond Optoelectronics. And now Huawei is working with Nationstar Optoelectronics for the next-gen products. Mini LED screens are an evolution of conventional LED displays. The new LEDs are smaller, so there are millions more of them inside the panel, compared to a standard LCD. In fact, they are considered to be more energy-efficient panels.
The companies signed a “Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement”. The partnership is based on complementary and mutual benefits and the principle of co-development. The two companies will jointly build an innovation center to conduct an in-depth and comprehensive research. They will also work on the production and industrialization of key technologies in line with market needs and industry development. Nationstar Optoelectronics will provide all its developments in the field of LED displays, lighting, and other areas. Huawei will contribute to the segment of chips, artificial intelligence, 5G, etc. The companies will focus their partnership on the development of mini- and micro-LED display technologies.