Huawei has been at the mercy of the United States government since the ban was first announced in late May. Now more than five weeks ago, President Trump at G20 Summit has given a relief to the struggling Huawei economy as it wasn’t able to sell its handsets in various countries outside China. While the stone has been set with the announcement, we will know more coming Tuesday when US-Huawei Trade deal happens.
Trump offers Reflief to Huawei at G20 Summit
The Chinese electronics communication conglomerate has been given a beating by many of its partners. As the Huawei Ban in the United States was called as a national security risk. Which firmly led to discomforts between Huawei and its partners in the states. Looks like that status is going to change soon, as the future looks good for the brand, Huawei.
President Trump in the summit announcement quoted, “We are leaving Huawei towards the end. We are going to see what we go with the trade agreement.” It is expected that US-Huawei deal will set the tone and will decide the future of Huawei in the United States.
The major relief announced is stated below as it is, “These are American companies producing the products. This is complex … highly scientific. We are the only one with the technology. I have agreed to allow them to continue selling the products … I like our companies selling things to others … very complex things. These are not things easy to make … our companies were very upset, but we are allowing them. So if it is not a national security issue, we are allowing them to sell.”
What about Google’s Ban on Huawei?
We have been constantly getting queries from Huawei and Honor smartphones around the country regarding the software security updates. Honor recently launched its new flagship series globally and in India as well. While the Android Ban has made things worse for the company, but they did set things in motion like looking for an alternative operating system.
While talking about Google’s ban on Huawei, we should know more as the trade deal talk kicks off next Tuesday between President Trump and President Xi Jinping What do you guys think of the current Huawei-US situation? Do let us know in the comment section below. We will be keeping a close eye at this situation to keep you updated.