Huawei Has no Chance in US... Anymore

Updated: May 21, 2019

If you are into phones you've probably heard of Huawei devices. The Chinese cellphone manufacturer is probably one of the best "no-name" brands to rise above the big dogs in competitive enhancements across the globe. Recently with it's release of the Huawei Mate X, the foldable screen-like phone that mimics the Samsung Galaxy Fold, they have advanced their technologies beyond what any smaller indie phone company could pull off - Leave it to China...


Unfortunately Trump decided to ban the Chinese company in the US may 19th 2019 eliminating Googles support for open source licensing, which means Huawei will no longer support Android updates through google. "We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications. For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices," Google emailed to CNET. This is trouble for the ever expanding company - however it does beg the question of what their next steps are in regards to OS. Do you think they would create a new one based on open source Android alternatives?

It's definitely possible and leave room for the company now to pursue an all new, futuristic OS designed from the ground up. This could either be game changing, or a living nightmare. Lets hope for the sake of technological advancements its the later.


I am no politic and I am particularly bad with money, but I can't see Huawei really being affected by this decision because for years their flagship phones have been catered to global initiative of 5g and GSM networks. Non of which the US originally had, in fact most devices are still pulling from 3G/4G CDMA bandwidths. I think if the US were smart, they would want to incorporate as much of what everyone else is doing into their infrastructure, but obviously money is a factor. Why cant we all just have world peace...

Let me know below in the comments what you think Huawei's next move is and we will do our best to let you know what happens in the coming years with Huawei. Thanks for reading

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