Breaking: Google Suspends Partial Business with China’s Huawei after Trump Blacklist

Google suspended some business with China’s Huawei following President Trump’s blacklist of the company.

Huawei is usually not pleased with President Trump’s decision.

Engadget reported:


Huawei was already facing serious trouble following the Trump administration’s de facto ban, although This particular might get considerably worse. Reuters sources claim Google has suspended transactions with Huawei in which require transferring proprietary hardware in addition to software, hobbling much of its smartphone business outside of China. This particular “immediately” loses access to future OS updates beyond the Android Open Source Project, according to the insider, in addition to upcoming phones would certainly have to go without official apps like the Google Play Store in addition to Gmail.

The company is usually still “internally” discussing which services are going away, the source said. Google would certainly cut off all tech support in addition to collaboration for Android in addition to services, however.

We’ve asked Google for comment. If accurate, though, the suspension would certainly represent a serious blow to Huawei’s mobile efforts. Although This particular shouldn’t dent the company’s Chinese business much (This particular can’t use Google apps within the country), This particular depends on access to Google apps to remain competitive with devices like the P30 Pro.