Google – The research giant recently applied for a permit from the US administration to continue working with Huawei and push the company’s services to Huawei devices again.
It seems that the new change that the Chinese giant has begun to replace Google services with alternative services has also begun to affect the search giant
as Google applied for a permit from the US administration allowing it to license phone services for Huawei versions.
- where the Chinese giant imposes a ban on the use of services and technologies of American companies before obtaining prior permission from the American administration.
- Microsoft has obtained a permit during the last period to work with Huawei
- and today Google joins to obtain a permit to pay its services to Huawei again.
It is expected that this permit will allow Google services to be paid to Huawei smartphones
and also allows Huawei to update the Android operating system on its smartphones during the coming period,
also supports Huawei versions in installing the Google Play store in addition to the Gmail applications, Maps, YouTube and also the image application.
However, if this license is approved
- Huawei will be able to work with Google again.
- And that means that its smartphones will be able to use services once again.
- As that is the biggest issue with its newest smartphones,
- like the HONOR View30 Pro, since it doesn’t have services many in the West won’t be interested in it.
Google needs Huawei more
- applied for this license because it knows that it needs Huawei more
- Huawei is a huge company and has a huge base in China
it’s home country. In fact
after being put on the Entity list last year,
Huawei continued to ship record numbers of smartphones
because the Chinese were standing behind Huawei and buying their phones.
So Huawei doesn’t really need the US or even the west.
So it’s clear that needs Huawei Especially since it has rolled out Huawei Mobile Services.
But we’ll see in the very near future what the government decides and if Google does get the chance to work with Huawei again.