This past few week has been a total disaster for Huawei Technologies after the United States government bans Huawei from doing business with US tech companies. A day ago, both the SD Association and WiFi Alliance has added Huawei back into its member list. Looks like now, Google is finally bringing back Huawei into its business.
Previously, Google removes Huawei Mate 20 Pro from the Android Beta Q list. However now, Google is adding Huawei Mate 20 Pro device into the Android developer website. During this 90 days period, Google promises to provide both software and security updates to the Chinese tech companies.
If you own the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, you can your hands on Google’s latest Android operating system. Within this 90 days, anything can happen to Huawei. There is a possibility Huawei can continue their business if the United States government removes the ban on Huawei. At this moment, Google has not added Huawei P30 Pro and the Huawei Mate X into the official Android.com page. Most probably, this might change by tomorrow.
As we said, Huawei has already its own contingency plan. If Android is no longer available for its devices, Huawei will roll out its new operating system. According to Slashgear, Huawei might name its operating system as Hong Meng in its own country and Ark OS elsewhere.
In conclusion, for this 90 days period, Huawei should be getting all its business back. If the 90 days license period expires, Huawei might be removed again from the United States tech companies website.