Huawei denied access to Google’s services after blacklist from US government

Huawei has been denied access to some of Google’s services. .

The shocking move was made after the US Government added Huawei on the so-called Entity list, a trade blacklist which bans the Chinese tech giant from doing business with US companies with prior US government approval.

This includes the transfer of hardware, software and technical services except those publicly available via open source, Reuters reported on Sunday quoting a source familiar with the matter.

While the Google ban may have little impact on the Honor 20 Pro, Huawei will lose access to updates to Google’s Android operating system for its future products. This includes crucial services like Google Play Store and Gmail and YouTube.

However, sources say that specific details of the suspension are still being discussed internally at Google.

This will undeniably make it challenging for Huawei’s smartphone business to move forward with its future product releases outside of China.

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