Google restricts Huawei’s access to Android
Google is confining Huawei's entrance to its Android operating system and applications after the Trump organization boycotted the Chinese tech firm.
The move is an immense hit to Huawei, whose objective is to be the top smartphone brand before the finish of 2020.
A week ago, the Trump organization banished American organizations from pitching to Huawei without a US government license in a huge acceleration of the exchange war with China.
"We are following the request and looking into the suggestions," a Google representative said on Monday. Huawei, the world's No. 2 smartphone vendor, depends on a suite of Google (GOOGL) administrations for its gadgets, including the Android system and the Google Play application store.
The Silicon Valley goliath is suspending quite a bit of that entrance, as per various reports, after Washington set Huawei on a rundown of outside firms considered to undermine American national security or remote strategy interests. Recorded organizations are banished from accepting segments and programming except if the exchange is licensed.