The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce earlier put Huawei and its affiliates on an "Entity List", which would restrict the sale or transfer of U.S. technologies to the company.
Huawei is still "far from ready" from launching its own operating system, according to a report.
But now, the U.S. Department of Commerce has chosen to grant Huawei a license of 90 days so it could help existing customers.
On Monday, the United States eased the trade restrictions on Huawei by allowing it to buy USA components and technology to service existing telecoms networks and deliver software updates to its smartphones.
But Huawei said on Tuesday it was working closely with the US company to resolve the restrictions.
The new authorization is meant to give telecommunications operators that rely on Huawei equipment time to make other arrangements, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said in a statement on May 20. In the Commerce Department's announcement, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said, "In short, this license will allow operations to continue for existing Huawei mobile phone users and rural broadband networks". American officials claimed Huawei would give information it collects to the Chinese government.Читайте также: Windows 10 May 2019 Update now rolling out to everyone… slowly
A Singtel spokesperson told TODAY: "Huawei has confirmed that customers with existing phones can still access the Google Play Store for downloads and updates".
Huawei isn't going away just because the USA government has tried to ban it from its markets, company founder Ren Zhengfei has said, declaring that the Trump administration "underestimates our strength".
Asked how long Huawei may face hard times, Ren said: "You may need to ask Trump about this question, not me". For its part, Huawei has accused the United States of discrimination, claiming American telecoms can not handle competition and pointing out the US' own record of backdooring allies' communications. Not only would this do severe damage to the desirability of Huawei Android smartphones sold outside of China, but would have caused major disruption to any U.S. companies that rely on working with Huawei.
Amid an intensifying trade war between Beijing and Washington, the recent targeting of the company stirred some in China to attempt to boycott US firms in support of Huawei.
Nearly immediately after the US export ban, top American companies - including semiconductor giant Qualcomm Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google - began cutting off the supply of critical components and services to Huawei, Caixin reported on Monday. That has raised the stakes in the trade wars, hurting global commerce and economic growth.
Einar Tangen, a political analyst who advises the Chinese government on economics and development, said the U.S. was trying to destroy the competition.
Google recently announced that they would continue to work with Huawei while the temporary reprieve is in place, but Microsoft has yet to comment on the matter. "And not only will it not be affected, but after two or three years, no one will be able to catch up with it". If this timeline fails to materialize, a launch by next Spring was promised, just in time for the Huawei P40 Pro's debut. At the same time, shipments from both Samsung and third-ranked Apple have fallen.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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