Google revokes China’s Huawei's Android license

Google revokes China’s Huawei's Android license
China's Huawei has received one of the largest blows in the current tension with the United States. Last week, the Trump administration added Huawei to a blacklist, straightaway enacting restrictions that build it trouble for the company to do business with United States counterparts. Acting on the ban, search engine largest Google suspended business with Huawei, which implies that the company will straightaway lose access to updates to Google's Android operating system.

Here’s everything you need to understand about the Google ban on China’s Huawei, what it means for the company, China’s Telecom Huawei users as well as alternative smartphone companies.

Google has suspended some business with Huawei that includes services the transfer of software, hardware and some technical services. 

The United States-based chip companies Intel, Broadcom, and Qualcomm to have said that they are cut business deal with Huawei effect immediately. 

Existing users of Huawei and Honor Android smartphone have to need to worry as Google can still to provide users access to Play Store and alternative Google apps use. 

Buyers of Huawei’s smartphone users in the future won’t get access to Google Play Store services, which implies they’re will not be able to download apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps.

Huawei will still use the general public version of Android. The company can, however, not get access to proprietary apps and services from Google.

Yes, for now, Huawei smartphone users can still receive Android updates. As a Google spokesperson told Reuters, For users of our services, Google Play and therefore the security protections from Google Play Protect can still perform on existing Huawei devices.

This could be good news for Huawei's arch-rival Samsung. Because the ban is definitely bound to affect the sale of Huawei smartphones in the global market. Currently, Huawei is the second-largest smartphone company globally.

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor to is probably going to induce suffering from the ban as all Honor smartphones run on the Android operating system. 

On the outset, Google ban on Huawei could seem excellent new for apple. However, whereas the ban can have an effect on the sale of Huawei phones in United States, Europe and alternative parts of the world, at the identical time it will also impact the sale of iPhones in Apple's largest market China. In fact, per reports, there has been a surge in anti-Apple and anti-Unites States messages announce on Weibo, China's version of Twitter, following the new United States-China tensions over Huawei.

For now, there’s no danger on alternative Chinese smartphone manufacturers in the United States like OnePlus, that remain taking baby steps in the United States market. However, a lot of full-fledged trade war between the 2 countries could engulf other Chinese bands as well.