In fact, on last Thursday (May 16th), United States had put Huawei in such a blacklist which would make it nearly impossible for the Chinese company to operate businesses with its U.S. suppliers, and a similar restriction on China's ZTE Corp.
He warned that Huawei, which is accused of maintaining close ties with Chinese intelligence, may be targeted today but that any company could be hit in the future.
The brewing trade war between the USA and China has resulted in Google revoking Huawei's Android license and barring it from using popular Google services such as the Play Store and Google apps.
Ren Zhengwei is also positive about Huawei's tech ambition.
So what happens to the existing Huawei smartphone owners?
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The 90-day reprieve that the US Department of Commerce announced yesterday is just for mobile phone companies and internet broadband providers working with Huawei, and it will allow the Chinese company to keep existing networks online and continue supporting hardware.
Meanwhile, a release from Huawei said the company had made substantial contributions to the development and growth of Android around the world. As one of Android's key global partners, we have worked closely with their open-source platform to develop an ecosystem that has benefitted both users and the industry.
Google said on May 21 that it would provide software updates for existing Huawei models until August 19.
"We will continue to build a safe and sustainable software ecosystem, in order to provide the best experience for all users globally". To get those back, Huawei phone owners and fans will have to hope for a resolution in the US-China trade dispute, which has been the trigger for Huawei's current blacklisting by the US government.
The Trump administration has also slapped or threatened tariffs on European products in an "America First" approach. "Now with Google deciding to have a limited relationship with Huawei I will direct customers to other smartphones brands such as Samsung or Apple", he said.