For those concerned that their current Huawei phones are set to become useless bricks, there's nothing to be anxious about.
Ren said the measure had "little meaning" to Huawei, and his company had anticipated future conflict with the USA and the company had been working on a backup plan to develop its own chips for many years.
Amidst the entire fiasco, it is all but clear that Huawei needs an Android alternative and it is also known that the company has been working on its proprietary OS for a long time. The world's second-largest smartphone-maker has embedded Google's Android operating system on phones sold in markets outside China. In a statement from the OEM just after the news of the US Government legislation, Huawei went on to reassure current owners of Huawei and (subsidiary brand) Honor phones that they will continue to receive security updates and after-sales service.
Question: If people reset their Huawei phones to factory settings, will that have an impact on their ability to use Google services in the future? Updates from Google will continue because these are transactions between Google and end users, not Google and Huawei.
Ren Zhengwei is also positive about Huawei's tech ambition.
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The evacuees were told to prepare for three days away from their homes and Kenney said they could be out for as many as five days. A wildfire burning south of the Town of High Level has jumped a highway, prompting warnings from fire officials.
Hermansyah, a user of Huawei device, said he was anxious about the effects of the trade war.
Huawei has flatly denied the U.S charges.
Meanwhile, CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei brushed off comments about Huawei's finances will be undermined as a result of the US blacklist.
Huawei is the world's biggest supplier of telecom equipment, but over the past few months, the company has been in absolute turmoil as the American authorities accused that the company's equipment was a vehicle for Chinese spying and eventually banned it.
While BT is set to remove Huawei from its 4G core - the gateway that connects other parts of the network - all four of Britain's wireless networks have been using its systems in 5G trials.