Huawei has a hard time dealing with all the sanctions imposed by the United States in the last two years, and while the company claimed it wanted to replace Google’s mobile operating system and apps with its own in-house solutions, this approach hasn’t necessarily helped it maintain its strong sales.

Not a long time ago, Huawei decided to sell its Honor brand, and now it looks like the Chinese tech giant might be giving up on more important assets.

A report from Reuters indicates that Huawei is looking into giving up on its flagship phone series, with the company already in talks with a possible new owner.

Citing people with direct knowledge of the matter, Reuters says Huawei wants to sell its P and Mate brands, both of which are being used for the company’s flagship smartphones. And according to the report, the interested buyer is actually a Chinese consortium backed b… (read more)