You remembered what Google said? Let’s read it one more time:
“Like other US companies, we’re engaging with the Department of Commerce to ensure we’re in full compliance with its requirements and temporary license,”
“Our focus is protecting the security of Google users on the millions of existing Huawei handsets in the US and around the world.”
The Chinese company, Huawei Technologies, already has millions of loyal followers all over the globe. If they suddenly realize that Google isn’t essential or even primary to the Android experience on their phones, it could begin to break away at Google’s dominance in the smartphone department.
Yes, it is true – Google controls all the cards, but Huawei is already a leader in China, where it makes its own chips and modems, and adds plenty of tweaks and features on top of Android.
If Huawei is able to separate itself from Google and Android without fading into irrelevancy, it would change everything about the smartphone landscape. Android would no longer control 80% of the mobile market share.
What if Samsung could follow suit with Tizen OS. Google would suddenly have more to worry about.
Huawei has trademarked the name of a new mobile operating system designed to compete with Google’s Android.
Google builds Android, but it’s “open-source” software, which means anyone can access it. However, Google offers up early access to newer versions of Android to manufacturers. This means the new version of Android – which is called Android Q – potentially wouldn’t be available to Huawei immediately. Huawei could still get Android Q on its phones eventually, once the update enters the public Android Open-Source Project.
The US government’s move to block Huawei from using US tech products and services could encourage it to promote Chinese apps and services outside of China.
For example, it could give companies such as Baidu a leg up over Google and Didi one over Uber in areas of the world where Huawei is strong. What if Huawei will point its search box at Baidu, not at Google? There are many secondary effects of the ban on Huawei that are maybe more significant than the primary effect.
Additionally, Huawei has said that it could roll out a custom operating system very quickly.
US president Trump has also offered hope in the form of future trade deals: he is quoted as saying “If we made a deal, I could imagine Huawei being possibly included in some form or some part of it,” according to the BBC.
Google, like all US companies, has been banned from having business dealings with Huawei. In the short term, the company has secured a temporary license to continue to supply software updates to existing phones. In the long term, that would mean that Google would not be able to provide any of its services on Huawei phones. Which will cost Google a fortune?
Google is smart enough to make the right financial decision.
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New Huawei Mate phone will launch next year in the global market
Derek Yu, President of Huawei CB for Central and Eastern Europe, Northern Canada & Turkey confirmed that Huawei will launch a new Mate phone next year (2022). This is quite a huge confirmation as all of the consumers are wondering, what Huawei has to offer this year in the Mate segment.
The question took place after several reports hint that Huawei has dropped plans to release the Mate 50 series this year due to U.S. sanctions and their effect in terms of supply chain as well as a shortage of components. Therefore, Huawei is facing hard time in producing new smartphones.
However, there are also some inputs that reveal the phone maker has been trying hard to resolve such component shortage issues and overcome the current challenges. That’s why Huawei has delayed the current launch plans for the new Mate 50 series and delayed it until 2022.
Meanwhile, the Chinese tech maker as a new model that may unveil this month in China as Huawei Mate V, it’s another foldable phone but with a new clamshell design. This new Mate phone will resemble the same old flip phone era and bring you a new kind of user experience.
Still, Huawei has not confirmed any such launch but there are sources that suggest the launch could be imminent. Furthermore, Huawei is likely to reveal more of the detail of its current situation among the global consumers at the event.
There’s more that is needs to be confirmed on this matter, until then we’ll keep you posted.
Buy Huawei Nova 9 for R12,999 and get FreeLace bundle in South Africa
Hi, Huawei South Africa consumers! Huawei Nova 9 is here for you with a super bundle deal. You can now buy the newly launched Nova 9 smartphone at R12,999 and receive a bundle offer including an exclusive Huawei FreeLace inbox.
Huawei South Africa offers a bundle with Nova 9 is worth R1499 (click here). However, this Nova series smartphone is available in two color options:
- Huawei Nova 9 Black
- Huawei Nova 9 Starry Blue
So guys, don’t let the offer go from your hands. Because this is the right time to grab this opportunity and also offer is valid while stock lasts. Hurry up!
About Huawei Nova 9 South Africa:
Huawei Nova 9 features a 6.57-inch center hole-punch OLED display with curved edges and FHD+ (2340 x 1080) resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and a new display fingerprint for a more convenient screen unlock.
The Nova 9 smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor for faster task executions but it only has a 4G LTE model and measures 160mm x 73.7mm x 7.77mm and weighs 175g. In terms of software, N0va 9 comes pre-installed with EMUI 12 operating system and offers 8GB RAM + 256GB internal storage.
It packs with 4300mAh battery along with a 66W super fast charge and USB Type-C input. The Nova 9 comes with Interestingly, the phone comes with EMUI 12 operating system, 50MP quad-camera system, and 32MP selfie camera.
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New Huawei phone (BAL-AL00) certified with 40W super fast charging
Huawei has recently certified a new phone with the BAL-AL00 model with China’s compulsory 3C quality certification. Currently, the identity of this phone remained unidentified and there’s more that is yet to be known.
According to the listing, the Huawei BAL-AL00 supports the HW-100400C02 charger with 5VDC, 2A, 9VDC,2a, and 10VDC, 4A MAX power output. These outputs were confirmed as 10W, 18W, and 40W respectively for the certified device.
Previous information shows that Huawei already has a device from the Mate 10 series with this model. However, since it’s a new device, it must have to be special if it’s adopting this model number.
Aside from this information, the listing reveals that the new 4G Huawei phone only has 4G connectivity, which simply means no 5G for the time being.
We’ll keep you posted on further information so, stay connected.
(via – ithome)