Huawei suffers hard blow from the United States and Google.
The US government added Huawei in the blacklist of companies with which American companies can not negotiate.
This measure is mainly due to the accusations of espionage by the Chinese company and the possible security risks of its products in 5G mobile networks.
Therefore, Google decided to comply with the order and terminate its commercial relationship with the Chinese technological giant.
The immediate consequences of this decision are that the Chinese company will no longer receive security and technical support updates from Google.
Also, any new device of the Chinese brand will no longer have basic Google applications such as YouTube and Google Maps.
Current users of smartphones Huawei will be able to update their Google Play applications and services.
However, if Google releases a new version of Android, Huawei will not be able to offer the update on their mobile phones.
It should be noted that other US companies have also decided to comply with the order and cancel the supply of their products to the Chinese company.
In this regard, Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom They told their workers they will stop supplying chips to Huawei, reported Bloomberg.
In this regard, Ryan Koontz, an analyst at Rosenblatt Securities, said Huawei could be "seriously paralyzed" if it does not have these "key components of the United States."
The future of the Chinese technological giant
On the other hand, the technology editor of the BBC, Leo Kelion, has analyzed the outlook for the Chinese company, both in the short and long term.
Thus, he points out that the situation is very harmful for the users of this brand in the West, since they will not want to buy smartphones that do not have all the benefits of Google.
In the long term, Kelion points out that this situation can serve as an incentive for mobile phone companies to develop their own operating systems.
As for Huawei, he seems to have prepared for this adverse situation. Thus, their smartphones are already powered by their own processors.
In addition, earlier this year, his head of consumer devices pointed to The World that "we have prepared our own operating systems, that is our plan B".