Google Has Applied For a License to Take Android Back on Huawei Smartphones


We all know the dispute between the two tech giants i.e. Google and Huawei. After the ban on Chinese Electronics company in the United States, Huawei has to drop out Android from their devices. In fact, Huawei has developed its own new Operating System for its future devices.

According to fresh reports, Google has now applied for an exemption with the US Government. This will give Huawei the power to use Google’s services back on their devices.

As per the Vice President of Google Play and Android, Sameer Samat, he has revealed the news about the exemption of the license. Apparently, he didn’t specify the specific date.

If we talk about the other range, Microsoft has also granted for the same licence to use Microsoft’s services in Huawei’s Laptops across the United States. And now, Google is also trying to convince the US Government to let Huawei use their services on its future smartphones.

Once Google exempted by the US Government, Huawei can immediately start using Google’s services on its smartphones. It’s up to the US Government to accept the request made by the Search-giant. After the successful acceptance of their request, Google will soon start sending out the latest Android updates and security updates to the existing Huawei Smartphones.

After the US Government’s ban, Google stopped sending out the latest software updates to Huawei’s devices. Once the ban is removed by the request made by Google, the updates will be rolled out to the devices. Users will also be able to use the different services of Google such as Google Maps, Google Photos, Google Drive, Gmail etc. right on their Huawei devices across the United States.

Huawei has its own Huawei Services Section which acts like Google’s Play Store. The service is not that great and has some limitations for the users, unlike Play Store. Still, users of the Huawei Smartphones have to use Huawei’s Services to install the new apps on their devices.

We will get to learn more about Google’s next move to hold on the partnership between the Chinese giant, Huawei in the coming days.

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