It was another difficult month for smartphone maker Huawei due to the US-China trade war. The whole situation has reduced the confidence that customers place in the Chinese company.
Given that Huawei has received a trade ban and is no longer able to provide components of US companies, customers wonder how this will affect their smartphones.
I have heard that the company may consider building its own mobile operating system or using the Sailfish operating system. But what about existing customers' smartphones?
Google said that existing smartphones will continue to be supported, but we can imagine that the ban virtually demoralized Huawei.
However, the good news is that despite these legal hurdles, Huawei will not leave its smartphone customers. In a post on the site or where the company answers many questions about the company's future and its products, the company has assured existing customers that it will bring the Android Q update to many phones.
Well, not every Huawei phone will receive the update, but there will be more than 17 handsets that will receive it. These include the Huawei P30, P30 Pro, P30 Lite, Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, PORSCHE DESIGN Mate 20 RS, Smart P 2019, Smart P + 2019, P Smart Z, Mate 20 X , Mate 20 X (5G), P20 Pro, Mate 10, Companion 10 Pro, PORSCHE DESIGN Mate 10 and Companion 20 Lite.
These are all company products since 2017. So if you still have a Huawei smartphone that year, you do not have to worry because you still get the latest Android update. However, it remains to be seen when this update for the Chinese company's smartphones will be released.