As mentioned above, Huawei has developed alternatives to Google Mobile Services and Google Play Store – HMS Core and AppGallery – due to the initial ban on trade. The company has introduced new devices without GMS – the Huawei Mate 30 series, the Huawei P40 series and the Honor 30 series, to name a few – and continues to plan new SoCs based on their existing licensing agreements with ARM – Kirin 990, Kirin 810 and Kirin 820. Finally, Huawei is also able to partially circumvent the U.S. trade ban by bringing back to market devices that maintain software compatibility with already certified devices. But companies need a deal with Google to include its popular apps like Maps, Pay, Search, Photos, Play Store and YouTube. In January 2020, the Trump administration signed a trade agreement with China, which saw a thaw in the trade war, but there was no provision for Huawei in the agreement. It is thought that there is a second agreement on the table, but there is no consensus on whether it will help or hinder Huawei. January 30, 2019: Qualcomm enters into an interim licensing agreement with Huawei. January 25, 2019: Colleges must drop Huawei devices to coax the Trump administration.
In addition, Huawei says it will unveil a foldable phone with 5G in February. Connected: How can Huawei publish new phones with Google Apps? The U.S. telecommunications regulator – the FCC – recently called Huawei and ZTE “threats to national security,” but as with the trade ban, it has not publicly released evidence of it. Honor is a very successful global smartphone brand, which moves every year around 70 million units. This separation will allow this brand to continue to grow and prosper. However, how Honor will move forward without Huawei`s support is unclear. For example, Honor phones work on HuaweiS EMUI Android – will it adopt its own skin? Where does he find his processors now that Huawei can`t deliver them? There are a lot of questions. March 1, 2019: A delivery hearing for Huawei`s CFO receives the green light from Canada and the United States warns the Philippines against using Huawei 5G equipment. March 12, 2020: Trump signs law preventing U.S. mobile phone operators in rural areas from using Huawei network devices, and France reportedly intends to allow Huawei equipment on its 5G network.
3 February 2020 : Huawei is calling on the FCC to abandon the national “illegal and misguided” security risk label and is updating its MateBook D “ultralight” laptops. All Huawei smartphones and tablets will continue to work as they currently do. Huawei is one of China`s most valuable companies and one that has a diversified empire. Not only is Huawei the world`s number two smartphone sales, but it is also a leading provider of telecommunications equipment and is an engine of the introduction of 5G. But for some reasons, the company is under the protection of the Trump administration, which has repeatedly claimed that Huaweis` smartphones and telecommunications equipment could be used for espionage.