Both Huawei and Google have verified that present phone designs will be security-updated services, while Huawei has suggested the future of its post-sanction handsets. Huawei has discovered that Google plans to take access to many of its key Android applications and facilities from the Chinese company, including the Google Play Store, Gmail, Search and Chrome.
The change will imply that, according to sources that spoke to Reuters, Huawei is restricted to using the government version of Android called the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The shift basically prohibits Chinese phone and tablet manufacturers from incorporating Google technology and key applications into any of their potential goods.
Huawei replied to our invitation for remark and suggested a feasible future when developing its own software: “Huawei has produced significant contributions to Android’s development and growth worldwide. We have collaborated extensively with their open-source platform as one of Android’s main worldwide suppliers to create an environment that has benefited both consumers and business.
In a comment to TechRadar, Google also indicated that it is looking at the scenario while confirming that it will proceed to give updates to present designs: “We are fulfilling the order and checking the consequences. Google Play and Google Play Protect safety measures will proceed to work on current Huawei appliances for customers of our facilities.
However, the loss of the Google Play Store – which is the main source of Android applications for customers outside China – and a absence of Google-made safety updates could be a major drawback to the chances of their potential devices and tablets.