Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence


Huawei has relied on the Google-developed Android operating system to power its popular range of smartphones.

Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones
Image: Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones

 

Google is set to revoke Huawei’s access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Other than Apple devices which run on iOS, smartphones makers including Samsung and LG are almost all dependent on the Google-developed Android operating system to power their devices.

According to reports by Reuters and The Verge, Google has suspended business with Huawei and in doing so hugely undermined its lineup of smartphones and tablets which run on Android.

Huawei has become one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers
Image: Huawei has become one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers

Google has confirmed it is complying with sanctions issued by the White House last week, although it is unclear what that will involve.
The company said it was “reviewing the implications” of complying with the sanctions, but added that the Android app store Google Play and the security protections provided by Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

According to Reuters, Google’s move means Huawei devices will immediately lose access to updates from Android, meaning security updates for the operating system will no longer protect those devices.
Reuters added that new Huawei devices will also lose access to the Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube apps, likely because they won’t be based on either Android or iOS – the only mobile operating systems those services are available on.

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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence


Huawei has relied on the Google-developed Android operating system to power its popular range of smartphones.

Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones
Image: Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones

 

Google is set to revoke Huawei’s access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Other than Apple devices which run on iOS, smartphones makers including Samsung and LG are almost all dependent on the Google-developed Android operating system to power their devices.

According to reports by Reuters and The Verge, Google has suspended business with Huawei and in doing so hugely undermined its lineup of smartphones and tablets which run on Android.

Huawei has become one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers
Image: Huawei has become one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers

Google has confirmed it is complying with sanctions issued by the White House last week, although it is unclear what that will involve.
The company said it was “reviewing the implications” of complying with the sanctions, but added that the Android app store Google Play and the security protections provided by Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

According to Reuters, Google’s move means Huawei devices will immediately lose access to updates from Android, meaning security updates for the operating system will no longer protect those devices.
Reuters added that new Huawei devices will also lose access to the Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube apps, likely because they won’t be based on either Android or iOS – the only mobile operating systems those services are available on.

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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence


Huawei has relied on the Google-developed Android operating system to power its popular range of smartphones.

Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones
Image: Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones

 

Google is set to revoke Huawei’s access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Other than Apple devices which run on iOS, smartphones makers including Samsung and LG are almost all dependent on the Google-developed Android operating system to power their devices.

According to reports by Reuters and The Verge, Google has suspended business with Huawei and in doing so hugely undermined its lineup of smartphones and tablets which run on Android.

Huawei has become one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers
Image: Huawei has become one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers

Google has confirmed it is complying with sanctions issued by the White House last week, although it is unclear what that will involve.
The company said it was “reviewing the implications” of complying with the sanctions, but added that the Android app store Google Play and the security protections provided by Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

According to Reuters, Google’s move means Huawei devices will immediately lose access to updates from Android, meaning security updates for the operating system will no longer protect those devices.
Reuters added that new Huawei devices will also lose access to the Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube apps, likely because they won’t be based on either Android or iOS – the only mobile operating systems those services are available on.

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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence


Huawei has relied on the Google-developed Android operating system to power its popular range of smartphones.

Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones
Image: Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones

 

Google is set to revoke Huawei’s access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Other than Apple devices which run on iOS, smartphones makers including Samsung and LG are almost all dependent on the Google-developed Android operating system to power their devices.

According to reports by Reuters and The Verge, Google has suspended business with Huawei and in doing so hugely undermined its lineup of smartphones and tablets which run on Android.

Huawei has become one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers
Image: Huawei has become one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers

Google has confirmed it is complying with sanctions issued by the White House last week, although it is unclear what that will involve.
The company said it was “reviewing the implications” of complying with the sanctions, but added that the Android app store Google Play and the security protections provided by Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

According to Reuters, Google’s move means Huawei devices will immediately lose access to updates from Android, meaning security updates for the operating system will no longer protect those devices.
Reuters added that new Huawei devices will also lose access to the Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube apps, likely because they won’t be based on either Android or iOS – the only mobile operating systems those services are available on.

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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence


Huawei has relied on the Google-developed Android operating system to power its popular range of smartphones.

Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones
Image: Google apps and services will not feature on future Huawei phones

 

Google is set to revoke Huawei’s access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Other than Apple devices which run on iOS, smartphones makers including Samsung and LG are almost all dependent on the Google-developed Android operating system to power their devices.

According to reports by Reuters and The Verge, Google has suspended business with Huawei and in doing so hugely undermined its lineup of smartphones and tablets which run on Android.

Huawei has become one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers
Image: Huawei has become one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers

Google has confirmed it is complying with sanctions issued by the White House last week, although it is unclear what that will involve.
The company said it was “reviewing the implications” of complying with the sanctions, but added that the Android app store Google Play and the security protections provided by Google Play Protect would continue to function on existing Huawei devices.

According to Reuters, Google’s move means Huawei devices will immediately lose access to updates from Android, meaning security updates for the operating system will no longer protect those devices.
Reuters added that new Huawei devices will also lose access to the Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube apps, likely because they won’t be based on either Android or iOS – the only mobile operating systems those services are available on.

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