Despite current problems with the much talked about Ban, reports from different media outlets suggest Huawei will be bringing Android Q to the Huawei P30 Pro and P30, plus other current popular smartphones.
It said: "Anyone who has already bought, or is about to buy, a Huawei smartphone can continue to access the world of apps as they have always done".
Huawei will still cover the manufacturer's warranty and offer full-service support. Both new and long-time users maintained their enthusiasm for Huawei and its products, singling out their experiences with the devices as the best they've had in years of owning smartphones. Consumers are always first and so Android updates and security patches will still be available for all Huawei phones and tablets.
The firm has also launched a separate website where it attempts to answer what it calls "rumours" about its devices.
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The company said it is "confident" its most popular devices will be able to access the next version of the software, 16 of which have been submitted to Google for approval. But on the other hand, devices that are already on the market will continue to be serviced, and Huawei once again reminded this to users in a statement published on Twitter.
The Android business with Huawei and Google is on the verge of the end and there are so many uncertainties as well.
Huawei is also now the subject of a Government review into whether the company should be allowed into "non-core" parts of the UK's 5G network infrastructure.
Since the U.S. administration's blacklisting of Huawei along with 70 other Chinese entities, things haven't really been rosy between Huawei and Google, and many other USA tech firms.