Google’s Parent company Alphabet reportedly dropped some business deals with Chinese Mobile Maker Huawei following Trump’s decision to blacklist some of the Chinese companies in the recently renewed Trade wars between both countries.
According to a report by Reuters, Google which is also Android’s mother company has suspended all businesses with Huawei that require the transfer of hardware, software and technical services offered by Google apart from the ones offered in Google’s Open License Agreements (Android Open Source Project).
“Huawei will only be able to use the public version of Android and will not be able to access to proprietary apps and services from Google.”
Reuters’ quoted their anonymous source.
This move is set to affect all Huawei mobile phones operating outside China since the implementation of this decision will automatically deny Huawei smartphone users the privilege of updating their Android Operating systems.
This move will further harbor Huawei Smartphone users’ ability to access services such as Gmail, YouTube and Play Store applications that are offered by Google.
This comes just three days after The US Government added Huawei Technologies Company into their trade Blacklist following an imminent trade war between the two countries.
If the move is put in play, Huawei could lose its worldwide market since it is not feasible enough to work without the US help.
This is because most of the technologies and chips used on the smartphone are sourced from the USA and are the most popular around the world -for both hardware and software.
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