Huawei’s ecosystem is thriving

When the U.S. Commerce Department put on the Entity List last year, it meant that the company would be unable to access its U.S supply chain which it spent $18 billion on in 2018. It also meant that Huawei could no longer license the Google Mobile Services version of Android. That meant that Google’s Android apps like the Play Store, Search, YouTube, Maps, Drive, and Gmail could not run on Huawei’s phones. In China, that doesn’t matter since most Google apps are banned in the country anyway. But consumers in other countries used to buying Huawei’s international models surely wouldn’t be happy …

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