Three reviewing Huawei 5G smartphone launches following United States ban

  • Three reviewing Huawei 5G smartphone launches following United States ban

Three reviewing Huawei 5G smartphone launches following United States ban

His fear that the handsets might be eventually "useless" stems of course from Google's decision over the weekend, which itself was a result of the Trump administration adding Huawei to a trade blacklist that immediately restricts its ability to do business with United States companies. While the USA technology major on Wednesday put off this decision for 90 days after United States temporarily eased the ban on Huawei, Indian retailers are still wary of recommending the brand to their customers. She added that she felt relieved to have sold off her stock of the Huawei P30 Pro ahead of Google's Monday announcement.

The Commerce Department said it will evaluate whether to extend the exemptions beyond 90 days. Because selling them again, she explained, "will be a gamble". Three was among the network partners planning to release the device. The world's second largest smartphone manufacturer promised access to 50 million Europeans by the end of past year and a "very significant" revenue cut.

Without Huawei, EE will instead provide customers with 5G smartphones from Samsung, LG, and OnePlus to choose from.

Alongside these talks, Huawei reportedly began discussions with multiple European carriers regarding the pre-installation of its app store - called App Gallery - on smartphones. Rival Vodafone Group Plc has pledged to launch 5G services in seven cities on July 3 at the same price as 4G. It also faces the problem of no Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, or Messenger, among others, all of which are key features for consumers, especially those based in Europe, one of Huawei's most important markets.

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Taipei-based carrier Chunghwa Telecom said it will continue to sell products it offers from Huawei, despite its halt in procurement, according to the statement yesterday.

Taiwan Mobile said it would not sell the latest Huawei phones, because they are not compatible with Google apps.

On the same day, another Japanese telecom firm KDDI Corp announced that it has put the same model on hold and will not sell it until it can be assured that the product is reliable.

A Huawei Mate 20 Pro smartphone is seen in a Huawei store in Shanghai on May 22, 2019.

FarEasTone, the second-largest Taiwanese carrier, said it will continue to sell the current Huawei phones. The result of a total Huawei ban has caused many American companies to cut ties and partnerships with the Chinese smartphone maker.

Taiwan Mobile, the third-largest Taiwan mobile operator, said it will suspend selling new models of Huawei phones.

A Portuguese media outlet reports that Aptoide, an open source alternative to the Google Play Store with more than 900,000 apps and more than 100 million users is negotiating with Huawei to develop a viable alternative to the Play Store.