The battle between Huawei and the United States has been going on for a long time, resulting in the Chinese manufacturer's ban on doing business with any US company. Over the past few months, expectations of a possible resolution have been rising, and it is confirmed that the Donald Trump government will issue some special licenses.
While everyone is waiting for Google to be on the approved list, Micron was the first to confirm the purchase of the much desired license.
Micron is the first company to be allowed to resume business with Huawei
During its last investor meeting, Micron confirmed that during this year it has experienced sharp declines in its revenues, but believes it can recover over the next year.
This pledge is based on the acquisition of the special license to resume business with Huawei, which was its largest customer.
However, they have revealed that it will hardly be reflected in the short term, as they will have to make sure their memories are 100% compatible with the manufacturer's new smartphones.
Google services may return to Huawei soon
Unfortunately no information has yet emerged to confirm the return of Google services and applications to Huawei smartphones. However, it seems unlikely that the company will be left off the list approved by the US government.
With this US ban, Huawei has been banned from using any Google services or applications on its new smartphones, making them virtually unusable in European markets.
Still, the manufacturer managed to continue to show impressive growth, approaching Samsung. Guaranteed, if you are allowed to put Google services back on your smartphones, Samsung will have a big challenge ahead.
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