Huawei would have already prepared the sale of Honor to release it from the veto

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The impossibility of selling mobile phones with Google in Spain and the world this has put Huawei and Honor in serious trouble, which in recent months have lost the possibility of negotiating with US companies.

Despite the fact that Honor has always considered itself an independent company, by belonging to the Huawei group it has had to suffer the consequences of the veto. The change in the US presidency does not make it entirely clear what will happen to the veto, although we do know that once its decisions are made, Huawei does not think to depend on the political decisions of the United States to define its own destiny.

And the sale of Honor would be part of this new destination.

Honor would be sold to avoid the American veto

For a few weeks we have known rumors about the future of Honor. These rumors indicated that Huawei was willing to sell the company so that it could continue operating as it did before the American veto left it without access to Google services.

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It seems that the sale of Honor would have already taken place. The buyer, far from being a well-known company, would be a new Chinese public company. This company would have as a prerequisite for the purchase the power to buy and use chips for 5G connectivity, allowing Honor to use next-generation processors in its devices.

In Android Headlines they have contacted Honor, to which a spokesperson has replied that “Honor has nothing to comment on, for now”, this last sentence being the one that makes the rumor take special interest.

If the rumor is true, it is most likely that next November 20 We receive an official statement regarding the acquisition and new direction of the company.

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