Huawei blacklisting in the US hurts the company on a global scale

Huawei blacklisting - Huawei smartphone

Google has removed Huawei from the Android partner program. As part of the Huawei blacklisting order by the US government, Google was required to remove the Chinese tech company from the Android Partner program. Such a move implies that Huawei will no longer be privy to proprietary apps and services from Google. This restriction could hurt Huawei’s prominence in the market. For now, Google will continue to send software updates to Huawei phones until mid-August. On Tuesday, the US Commerce Department decided to grant mobile phone companies a 90-day license…

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Huawei develops its own operating system in case of Android OS ban

Android OS ban - Huawei smartphone

Building its own PC and smartphone operating system (OS) is part of the company’s backup plan. Huawei, the Chinese multinational telecommunications company, has announced a contingency plan in the event it faces an Android OS ban. Huawei has revealed that it has built its own operating system for its PC and mobile products. Huawei fears that it may face a similar punishment as its rival ZTE. Increasing trade tension between the China and the US coupled with the mounting legal problems Huawei is facing in the United States has bolstered…

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Huawei joins bendable devices trend, revealing its Mate X foldable phone

Huawei Mate X Foldable Phone - Huawei YouTube

Samsung isn’t the only one to release a foldable smartphone-tablet device. Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics manufacturer, has unveiled its Mate X foldable phone. The company seeks to challenge other big-name players in the market, including Apple and Samsung, the latter of which recently showed off its foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, at its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in San Francisco, QR Code Press reported. Images of the Huawei phone were accidentally leaked on the eve of the MWC Barcelona. Just before the start of the MWC…

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Huawei gaming phone to launch later this year

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The world’s third largest phone manufacturer has revealed plans for a gaming-focused smartphone. Jim Xu, Huawei Consumer Business President, has confirmed in an interview in Shenzhen, China, that a Huawei gaming phone is in the works, reported GadgetMatch. The smartphone will feature GPU Turbo technology. Although little to no details have been released about the phone at this present time, one things is for certain, the Huawei gaming phone will feature the Chinese manufacturer’s new GPU Turbo technology. The optimized version of Huawei’s GPU Turbo is said to boost device…

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Huawei mobile payments expand into new Bitcoin Wallet

Huawei mobile payments - Bitcoin Payments

BTC.com has become the first bitcoin wallet to launch on the recently-debuted handset maker’s app store. Huawei mobile payments have been brought to a whole new level with an important first. BTC.com, based in Amsterdam and Beijing, has become the first bitcoin wallet on Huawei’s new app store. This brings an important mobile payments opportunity to Chinese consumers behind the “Great Firewall.” The Huawei mobile payments will make it easier for Chinese residents to access cryptocurrency wallets, according to a CNN report. Both the Chinese government and telecom companies have…

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