Huawei starts to sell used smartphones, license handset designs amid its struggle with US trade sanctions

US-blacklisted Huawei Technologies Co is now selling refurbished smartphones and licensing its handset designs to partners amid the company’s ongoing struggles to access advanced semiconductors for manufacturing its various devices.Shenzhen-based Huawei last week started offering a number of reconditioned Android smartphone models – each with a brand-new battery, the firm’s self-developed Harmony OS 2.0 platform and one-year warranty – on its online store Vmall.A partner, TD Tech, also launched…


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