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The exemption will expire tomorrow – the consequences for you


Huawei's US government resignation expires on Monday, November 18, 2019, after being extended once. Huawei informs cellphone owners about the consequences. There is also a ray of hope.

Source: GIGA – Huawei P30 Pro

Huawei resignation expires

Huawei does not want the US Government Expiration Exception to disclose false information. This is why the company has released a press release. In this, Huawei explains what will change for smartphone owners on Monday, if there is no second extension.

Basically, nothing changes for you. If you already have a Huawei Android phone, you can still access Google services and apps as before. It will continue to provide Android updates. Although Huawei says in the press release that the upgrade from Android 10 to Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro will start soon, this trick gets you today.

Obviously, nothing changes the function of your smartphone. Everything remains as you know it. The same applies to security. Regular security updates will keep Huawei phones safe. The warranty and service will continue as before. Huawei is supporting its customers in Europe and will not drop them at this difficult time.

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Huawei exemption may be renewed

While Huawei currently assumes that the US government's resignation will not be extended, there is a presumption that it can reach it – reports mobiFlip. Allegedly, the exemption will be applied this time for half a year, so that Huawei has a little more rest. However, this does not change the difficult situation in which the Chinese company is located. New smartphones and tablets running the Android operating system won't be able to use Google services yet, even if the US government has granted an exemption. GIGA will keep you updated.

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