Last month, Huawei’s ban on the United States caused quite a stir in the field of science and technology. After the Trump administration placed Huawei on a list of terrible entities, it believed that doing business with Huawei could lead to national security problems. Therefore, Huawei not only considers the restrictions on selling its products in the United States but also cannot purchase any products from US companies. This basically means that Huawei cannot make its own mobile phone or laptop. However, it seems that Huawei’s troublesome days may end.
After the US ban on Huawei, many US companies are unable to conduct any business with Huawei. Huawei is currently the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer. This also brings losses to these US companies. Therefore, the US government has been asking for a reconsideration of the trade ban with Huawei. As expected, the Trump administration seems to have found a solution to the problem.
At the G20 summit in Osaka, US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks on trade between the two countries and reached an agreement. The agreement also prompted Trump to revoke the ban on Huawei and allow US companies to do business with Chinese companies.
“These are American companies that produce products. It’s complicated…very scientific. We’re the only company that owns this technology. I agree to let them continue to sell products that I like our company to sell to others… …very complicated things. These are not easy to do… Our company is very frustrated, but we allow them. So if it is not a national security issue, we allow them to sell,” Trump is Said in the statement. media.
The trade agreement has not yet been implemented, but it will be implemented soon. So the situation is like this – the US is prepared to consider cancelling the trade ban with Huawei, and trade negotiations will happen soon. As of now, the ban still exists in Huawei.
So far, US companies have been using several loopholes in US law to continue selling products to Huawei. In addition, Huawei said after the ban that it can survive without purchasing American products. The ban restricts Huawei’s use of Google’s Android operating system, and ARM’s processor is designed for its Kirin chipset and other internal components. Since then, Huawei has been working on developing its own operating system, which is said to support Android applications. Some even say that the next Mate 30 flagship product may allow Android to abandon its own MacroMono operating system.
As the ban is lifted, it remains to be seen whether Huawei will insist on using existing US technology, or developing its own processor architecture, and putting pressure on its own operating system.