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Huawei’s phones get dropped from carriers worldwide

Huawei’s phones get dropped from carriers worldwide

The publication tried to reach out to Microsoft to discuss what the company is planning to do with its business with Huawei, but couldn't get a comment. Yet it still needs to source other parts from non-US firms to continue producing gadgets.

Despite Huawei being one of the largest smartphone and device manufacturers in the world, United States stores don't sell its phones, and only 1 percent of American smartphone owners use Huawei devices, according to Statista'sGlobal Consumer Survey.

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei.

South African owners of Huawei handsets can expect "business as usual".

ARM's decision to interrupt cooperation with Huawei may hinder the latter's smartphone launch plans for the second half of the year. While the market has plateaued and begun to contract, Huawei has consistently gained global market share.

The Mobile Application Distribution Agreements, or MADA, are required for device manufacturers to install the licensed version of Android on their smartphones and tablets and come with a series of guidelines that Google is forcing on each company.

There was also a foldable phone section that highlights the Huawei Mate X and the section has been removed as well. Such a move would likely be ill-advised in the long term as "it could have negative implications for the China tech ecosystem as well as for local employment", note the Goldman analysts, but it's a scary possibility for Cupertino - not to mention the myriad of other American companies building their products in China. These companies told their employees they would stop selling components to Huawei until further notice, Bloomberg reported on Monday.

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U.S. officials this week, however, issued a 90-day reprieve on the ban on dealing with Huawei, saying breathing space is needed to avoid huge disruption.

That would cut off the latest Huawei phones, tablets and laptops from access to US made microprocessor unit computer chip sets and software updates from American vendors including Google's Android. The Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro are high-performing smartphones but with competitive prices.

The government has since given Huawei a 90-day reprieve to continue maintaining its current products, but it's unclear how its product line will change after that window closes. The company also has several office locations in the US.

Panasonic's products containing parts and technologies procured from USA companies could become subject to the trade suspension, and the company is looking into such products. But the list of such companies is getting bigger and bigger as we speak.

"We are always in need of U.S. chips. We are stockpiling components and have been working with our supply-chain partners for some time", Schloss added.

As for how long he thinks the USA ban might last, Ren responded, "You should ask President Trump this question". "This is because we can manufacture all the high-end chips we need ourselves".