Vodafone UK said on Wednesday it had dropped a Huawei 5G smartphone from pre-orders for its new service starting in July, because of uncertainty about long-term support and services for the device. (You can still buy some Huawei devices from Amazon and B&H Photo.) The Commerce Department also added Huawei to its trade blacklist.
Huawei Technologies Co. said it's working on its own operating system for its mobile handsets and will consider rivals to Google's Android, after the USA blacklisted the company, threatening its partnerships with chip, component and software suppliers.
In a Reuters report on Sunday, it said that Google has also suspended business with Huawei requiring the transfer of hardware, software and technical services, except those with open-source licences publicly available.
The move had knock-on effects meaning that, as things stood, Google would no longer be able to provide the Chinese phone giant with crucial technology, including access to its Play Store, where all Android apps are downloaded.
Google halted plans to bar Huawei from Android services amid a 90-day reprieve. Huawei is also allowed to provide service and support for handsets that were released into the market on or before 16 May 2019. Later Monday, the Commerce Department issued a three-month exemption.
"The current practice of U.S. politicians underestimates our strength", Ren told CCTV.
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Ben Wood, from the CCS Insight consultancy, said the move by Google would have "big implications for Huawei's consumer business".
How will Huawei respond to this?
We will formally confirm this matter and follow the development of the situation. The license reportedly lasts until August 19.
After the 90-day period, provided there isn't an extension, USA companies will not be allowed to engage in trade with Huawei and 68 of its affiliates without permission from Uncle Sam. Huawei, however, has maintained it does not spy for the Chinese government, accusing the United States of using "national security" as an excuse to unfairly shut down competition. However, the company still can not release any new hardware that is sold or licensed by any companies from the US.
With this time period, Huawei can lay out some ground work to migrate to their own OS called HongMeng, but we have literally zero idea on what it is other than the name.