US Government allows Huawei to continue Business with US Suppliers


In May 2019, the US government blacklisted the Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei to continue its business with the US-based tech firms. This led to the destruction of Huawei’s relationship with tech firms like Google, Qualcomm and many others in the US. Just after the announcement of the ban from the US trade by the US government, tech giant Google ends its Business with Huawei and discontinued its services for the smartphone maker. But now, Government announced that the US companies can now start selling to HUAWEI and this announcement was made at the G20 summit.

At the G20 summit, Donald Trump, President of the United States said that he will allow the US companies to sell their equipment to HUAWEI Technologies Co. after talks with China’s President Xi Jinping today. He also mentioned that there will be no security problems for the companies selling their equipment to Huawei.

However, there is no clearance that the Huawei will be able to get components and services from Qualcomm or Google in the future, as Huawei is still on the “Entity List” by the US Government that hinders the company from dealing with American companies. Meanwhile, Donald Trump also mentioned in this statement that the US government will be having a trade agreement with Huawei in the coming days, most probably on Tuesday. “We are leaving Huawei towards the end. We are going to see what we go with the trade agreement”, said Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, Huawei and Honor have launched its few new smartphones in the market that are going to have Android Q update as well as continuous security updates. If this talk between both of the firms becomes successful and HUAWEI and Google are allowed to work as normal before, this will be a great relief for the company as well as for the customers of Huawei and Honor as they would continue to get future security as well as firmware updates.

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