users of Huawei Smartphones do not have to worry for a further three months to provide Updates of the Android system and access to Apps. The U.S. government extended the Exemption for certain transactions with Chinese Smartphone vendors and network equipment manufacturers for an additional 90 days, as the Ministry of Commerce announced on Monday in Washington.
Recently, the US had put the government in mid-August such a 90-day delay and explained that this should give affected customers more time to search for Alternatives. The further extension, may not be designed to torpedo the ongoing trade talks with China.
The Chinese group Huawei is a leading supplier of mobile networks in Europe and the second-largest Smartphone vendor in the world. The United States Huawei in may had set in the midst of the trade war with China on a list of enterprises, their business relations to its US partners are subject to strict controls.
if you want to sell US technology to Huawei or transfer, you must purchase a license. This can be refused if security interests are affected. Huawei is suspected of the USA to spy for China. Evidence of this have not yet been made public, Huawei rejects the accusations.
The U.S. government is in the extended exemption also to avoid possible failures in the case of smaller American mobile radio providers in rural areas, which had equipped their networks with broadcast technology from Huawei. For users of Huawei Smartphones, the step means, among other things, that Google can provide with its operating system Android-running phones, for the time being, more fully with Updates. (sda)
Created: 19.11.2019, 05:52 PM