It has been a tumultuous week for Huawei, to put it mildly.
Last Thursday, the U.S. added the Chinese tech titan as part of a growing effort to “secure the information and communications technology and services supply chain,” as . While this naturally prevents any U.S. hardware company from selling components — such as chips that may be used in 5G networking equipment — to Huawei, the world soon realized the ban also applies to software.
Google with the trade restrictions, it would have to stop providing Huawei with support for Android and Google’s services. This will have some impact on existing Huawei devices, but the real effect will be felt on future Huawei devices, as they won’t be able to offer the Google Play