Huawei, what will happen to smartphones (perhaps already in autumn 2019)

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The ‘made in Huawei’ operating system, after the Android shutdown, will be launched as soon as possible, perhaps already in autumn and, in any case, no later than spring: rumors confirmed

The break with Google occurred suddenly, and the Chinese group accelerates. Washington has included Huawei in the list of companies with which US companies cannot do business. Bad countermeasures for Huawei smartphone owners are on the horizon.

the ‘made in Huawei’ operating system, after Android shutdown, will be released soon, perhaps already in autumn and, in any case, no later than spring of next year. This is what Richard Yu, head of the Shenzhen-based group’s consumer business division, said, confirming all the rumors circulating in the Chinese media. The move, writes the Global Times, “reflects Huawei’s strategy to become independent and find alternative solutions” to the supply of high-tech components after the latest adjustment to the sale decided by the United States.

The Japanese Panasonic Meanwhile, it has announced that it has terminated its trade agreements with Huawei to comply with the restrictions imposed by the United States. BBC writes it. “Panasonic announced in an internal memorandum that it should suspend transactions with Huawei and 68 related companies that have been banned by the US government,” a statement read.

Google “breaks” with Huawei: what happens with Android smartphones

Huawei-Google: what happened

A few days ago Google suspended all activities carried out with the Chinese giant, except for hardware and software transactions covered by open source licenses. So the millionaire deals were shattered. Trump has effectively “banned” US companies from dealing with foreign companies deemed dangerous to national security.

What about Huawei smartphones now?

Google effectively removes some basic updates to Huawei’s Android operating system. Huawei’s new smartphones will also lose access to popular services, such as the Google Play Store and updated Gmail and YouTube apps. However, Huawei can still use the version of the Android operating system available through an open source license (which lacks many features and is more complex to “implement”).

Huawei: “Security updates for all Huawei and Honor smartphones and tablets”

“Huawei will continue to provide security updates and aftermarket services to all existing Huawei and Honor smartphones and tablets, that is, those that are already sold or are still available worldwide.” “Huawei,” an official company statement reads, has made a substantial contribution to the development and growth of Android around the world. As one of Android’s leading global partners, we have worked diligently on its open source platform to develop an ecosystem that has benefited both users and the entire industry. “