Huawei: EMUI 11 es la próxima gran actualización en otoño

Huawei ban: US government does not want to renew exemption

Huawei: EMUI 11 is the next big update in fall

Huawei is being kicked out of the US With all its might, an embargo that has been in place since May 2019 is expected to take effect soon. The Chinese manufacturer, which is blacklisted in the US, currently has a temporary exemption to work with US companies. First, existing products are exempt from the embargo, so Huawei is […]


Huawei is being kicked out of the US With all its might, an embargo that has been in place since May 2019 is expected to take effect soon. The Chinese manufacturer, which is blacklisted in the US, currently has a temporary exemption to work with US companies. First of all, existing products are exempt from embargo, so Huawei, for example, can easily provide all devices with Google-related system updates before May 2019 and can work with Google to do so.

More trouble for Huawei soon?

This exception was effective until August 2019 and was extended for three more months until November 2019. According to the Bloomberg report, no additional extension is currently planned. The argument is quite understandable, because these temporary exemptions should not exist permanently. Unfortunately, in this context, there is no hope that the US government will remove the Chinese company from the blacklist.

For Huawei, this still means the “loss” of the European market, as smartphones without Google applications are difficult to sell here. Hardware for today’s smartphones is almost no longer sourced from American companies, which is more difficult with software. Furthermore, Huawei is a major provider of network technology, especially for the upcoming 5G networks. Certainly Huawei could only continue to live in its local market, but that would be a shame.