Android Suspends Huawei

Google Ends Its Android Services With Huawei, Existing Users Will Not Be Fully Affected

Huawei has been doing a great job in these past few years and with the release of its newest Android smartphone Huawei P30 Pro, the company’s net worth continues to grow. While it’s good to see a Chinese company slowly dominating the world of electronic industry, it seems like they are facing big trouble as Google blacklisted Huawei.

Google Suspends Its Services With Huawei

As reported, the suspension has been initiated after the US President Donald Trump signed a new executive order that prevents US-based companies to tie up with foreign companies that buy products from the US that may harm or affect the security of the users.

Huawei Blacklisted

Effective immediately, Google has stopped its business with Huawei that requires a transfer of hardware, technical services, and software. Some of the services that will be affected by this are the access to Google Play and Gmail.

With this action taken by Google just to comply with all the US gov’t requirements, upcoming Android security updates will no longer reach any Huawei devices available in the market, this includes the recently released P30 line up. It’s sad news for every Huawei users but things have to be done by Google just to keep the company running.

What Will Happen To The Existing Huawei Users

Huawei is one of the most successful flagship smartphone suppliers. That being said, it is pretty obvious that there is a huge number of Huawei users around the world. But how will the suspension affect the existing users?

In a recent update, Google has gone on to Twitter to clarify all the confusions happening right now. According to them, existing Huawei Android phones will be able to continue using Google services including the Google Play and Google Play Protect. In short, only the upcoming Huawei devices will be affected by the tie-up suspension.

What do you think about the new executive order signed by US President Donald Trump? How will Huawei respond to this problem? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below.

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