The US Government Will Lift Ban On HUAWEI For It To Use Android OS And Trade With US tech Firms Again

Pappi Hex

Last month, the US government placed a ban Huawei that restricted it from trading or dealing with other US tech companies. This ban automatically meant that Huawei couldn't use Google's Android operating system anymore or any of its the Google's Android apps.

To save itself and keep its business running, Huawei began to trademark its new operating system called HongMeng in several countries. In fact, Huawei was said to have shipped over 1 million smartphones with the HongMeng operating system in them for testing.

The HongMeng operating system which is said to work on smartphones, computers, tablets, TVs, cars, wearables and any other thing that you can install any operating system on, was said to be 60% faster than the Android operating.

However, after almost a month of the ban, US president Donald Trump yesterday while at the G20 summit announced that US companies can resume trade deals and dealings with Huawei.

According to Bloomberg, the US president said that he will allow US companies to sell their equipment to Huawei Technologies Co. after talks with China's president Xi Jinping, adding that there wasn't any security problem involved with the companies selling to Huawei.

"US companies can sell their equipment to Huawei," Trump told a news conference in Osaka Japan after the G20 summit. "We're talking about equipment where there's no great national security problems with it."

"I said that's O.K., that we will keep selling that product, these are American companies hat make these products. That's very complex, by the way," Trump said. "I've agreed to allow them to continue to sell that product so that American companies will continue."

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