We all know, that the United States government has blocked all access for Huawei to continue doing business with US tech companies. After that, the US government provides Huawei a temporary license which allows the Chinese tech giant to continue business with US tech companies for 90 days. Now Google, has given its reply in a statement regarding this issue.
Below is the statement from the Google spokesperson:
Keeping phones up to date and secure is in everyone’s best interests and this temporary license allows us to continue to provide software updates and security patches to existing models for the next 90 days.
Google will only deliver all its security updates to Huawei until the end of 90 days period. After the 90th day, Huawei will not be able to receive any kind of updates from Google. This situation can be overturned only if the US government removes Huawei from the Entity List. The good news is all the existing Huawei users will be able to access to all Google services without any issue.
In conclusion, this is the temporary solution Huawei has until it figures out its own contingency plan. Can we expect Huawei’s own operating system anytime soon?