Huawei tries to put an end to the unfounded rumors surrounding it


From Germany comes a new initiative designed by Huawei to put an end to the many rumors that are circulating about it due to the controversy with the US government and which risk putting the Chinese manufacturer in a bad position in the eyes of some users.

For smartphones already available on the market, in fact, the ban wanted by the Trump administration will have no effect: the devices will continue to run Android and receive monthly security updates (based on the timing set by the manufacturer).

And so, in order to dispel any doubts, Huawei has published a new website in which it responds in an official manner to the “rumors” circulating on the Net, such as that according to which soon its smartphones will no longer support very popular applications like WhatsApp, Facebook or Instagram or Google services. If you are curious to visit this site, you can find it here.

Huawei P30

Gizchina News of the week

It is worth to mention that after the US ban on Huawei, Google announced that it will stop providing the Android system update to Huawei. Subsequently, the company expunged Huawei from the Android Q internal test list. However, the three months reprieval means that Huawei will temporarily get updates. According to reliable sources, Huawei is currently testing EMUI 10 based on Android 10.0 system. In addition, the kernel can get a complete Google GMS suite.

According to the latest report, Huawei’s EMUI 10 beta is currently limited to the flagship Huawei P30 Pro. From the available screenshots, the appearance and function changes are not very much. In addition to the redesign of the desktop icon, the photo and optical perception enhancements are not much different from the current EMUI 9. Of course, this is only the initial beta version.

Source/VIA :
Previous Top 5 Chinese Smartphones for Under $200 - June 2019
Next Vivo V1913A appears on TENAA with a triple rear camera & 4390 mAh battery