Last week, the technology was surprised by Huawei's ban imposed by the US government. The ban signed by President Donald Trump, put Huawei on the blacklist of companies that have limited access to US technology due to concerns about national security risks.
A series of companies stopped cooperating with Huawei, even Google withdrew the Chinese manufacturer's Android license, and removed Mate 20 Pro from the list of Android Q Beta-enabled devices.
After the US postponed the ban on Huawei in 90 days, Google did the same and brought Mate 20 Pro back to the list of Android Q Beta tested devices (the newly released Android 10 version at Google I / O event 2019).
However, Google is not the only company that has a move to cooperate with Huawei. Previously, Chinese manufacturers were also restored membership status by SD (SD Association) and Wi-Fi Alliance (Wi-Fi Alliance).
With this move, it seems that Android Pie will not be the last Android version released by Google for Huawei's flagship 2018. However, it is still too early to say that the upcoming Mate 30 duo in October will also be preinstalled with the Android operating system when sold.
Despite the problems that Huawei is facing, information about the company's cooperation with key partners is a good example of how this whole mess could easily disappear in the future. hybrid
Clearly, President Donald Trump's ban imposed on Huawei is just a way to exchange for a more favorable clause for the US in a trade deal with China. Meanwhile, China can also use Huawei as a pawn, asking the US to remove the ban with the company before they agree to return to the negotiating table.