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A light at the end of the tunnel for Huawei smartphones

As is well known, the situation of Huawei (mainly its smartphones) is not exactly famous. The Chinese company cannot use Google applications due to United States sanctions.

In addition, in recent times it has even been forbidden to negotiate with other companies to obtain components for their smartphones.

Huawei was in bad shape

Huawei smartphones

Simply put, the US government told companies that anyone who dared to do business with Huawei could follow suit. In other words, many companies have distanced themselves.

However, it seems that there is still a light at the end of the tunnel for the Android smartphone maker. This is because the US government again gave indications and authorizations to companies to negotiate with Huawei. The only clause is that businesses cannot include parts for their 5G infrastructure.

Still, smartphones are a different story. Therefore, manufacturers such as Qualcomm, MediaTek and TSMC can re-manufacture Huawei processors in large volume. Samsung has also been allowed to supply screens for Huawei smartphones.

Hope for Huawei smartphones

Until this situation escalated, Huawei was close to dominating the smartphone market in the world. The Asian company approached the market in an incredible way and in a few years managed to be one of the most relevant in the sector.

This authorization is certainly a relief for the manufacture of smartphones, however, it does not solve one of Huawei’s biggest problems. We are obviously talking about the implementation of Google services on branded equipment. Something that remains unauthorized to do so.

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