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Huawei news: Fate not determined yet

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Hold on to your Huawei P30 Pro, P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro because the future of Huawei is still undetermined. If you have not read the news, the US government has imposed a 90-day delay to their ban on the Chinese company.

With the postponement, many companies that first announced that they will be abiding with the ban imposed by the US government are still supporting Huawei’s devices, for now.

These companies include SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG and Google’s Android Beta Q (for P20 Pro).

So when will we know the fate of Huawei?

News has reported that US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping could hold a separate meeting when the leaders of the world gather at the G20 Summit this month. However, if the situation does not change, then Huawei’s business partners from the US will cease their ties with the Chinese company on 19 August 2019.

Hence, technically, you still have more than two months to enjoy the best of Huawei’s smartphones and their excellent camera features.

We are optimistic about the outcome, but we are no politicians so it’s hard to predict how everything will unravel in a couple of months.

One thing we suspect could happen is that should Huawei be banned, such precedent might push many tech companies to start developing their proprietary operating systems and manufacture their electronic parts. This could change the commerce landscape of the tech industry.

Stay tuned for more updates.

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