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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 01:54 PM - Thread Starter
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[The Verge] Intel, Qualcomm, and other chipmakers reportedly join Google in Huawei ban

Source: https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/19/1...pmakers-report

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Huawei’s bad weekend is turning worse as the company’s American suppliers are all falling in line with a US government edict banning them from doing business with the company. Bloomberg now reports that Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom, three of the world’s leading chip designers and suppliers, are cutting off their dealings with Huawei, effective immediately. Nikkei reports that German chipmaker Infineon Technologies has also suspended shipments to Huawei, as have US memory chip makers Micron Technology and Western Digital.

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post #2 of 48 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 01:58 PM
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When this news started a few months back, I noticed Newegg had cut the prices of Huawei's phones in half.

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At some point one should deliver proof regarding spionage or been removed from blacklist with a big refund

The nearest effect i can see is a new SO from huawei and real chinese ict services that will flood europe and asia

Bad times for us tech companies shares

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When I saw this news I was disappointed and happy at the same time. I know for one that the Chinese are kings of hardware backdoors and I love that the U.S. pee pee slapped them for that. Then again there are likely hardware backdoors in Qualcom products/all other phones as well.

The Google Huawei ban just means that they won't be able to have their own "licensed" Android build that's certified and able to hit the Google services API's. They can still use stock Android like AOSP. The guys running the custom roms are already locked out of Google services/API's by default and use a few workarounds to have normal working smartphones. Anyone with a Huawei phone that's gimped from Google can use all of those same tricks and get around the bans, e.g. microG, Yalp, etc...

I was eyeing up some of their products for my next phone seeing as they deliver flagship performance for half the cost. A ban like this could cause prices to hit rock bottom. If you know what you are doing you could take advantage of that and get some killer flagship hardware and still be able to use the phone like everyone else.

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It's not only google

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So when they gonna say Levono is a security risk and ban Lenovo all together?

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Let's see if Huawei can get LiteOS popular enough to break Android's monopoly. While other competitors, bar Apple, have failed so far Huawei are the worlds largest phone manufacturer, so, if they can create an ecosystem for their own OS they could very well challenge Google. And if they can't they will have to source Android from elsewhere, without a license agreement (e.g. AOSP).

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Let's see if Huawei can get LiteOS popular enough to break Android's monopoly. While other competitors, bar Apple, have failed so far Huawei are the worlds largest phone manufacturer, so, if they can create an ecosystem for their own OS they could very well challenge Google. And if they can't they will have to source Android from elsewhere, without a license agreement (e.g. AOSP).
Samsung doesn't exist?

If MS and Samsung couldn't pull that off, I sure don't expect Huawei to accomplish that. Even if their own OS managed to gain some foothold in their homeland, most likely it will be irrelevant outside of it.

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Samsung doesn't exist?

If MS and Samsung couldn't pull that off, I sure don't expect Huawei to accomplish that. Even if their own OS managed to gain some foothold in their homeland, most likely it will be irrelevant outside of it.
Samsung do exist, as do Oppo, Xiaomi, Nokia, ZTE, Blackberry, Asus, LG, Sony, LG and heaps of others. What do they have to do with Huawei being the biggest telecoms company in the world?

I hope that Huawei can make their OS competitive with Android as I want to see Google's monopoly broken.

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Samsung doesn't exist?

If [...] Samsung couldn't pull that off
What couldn't they pull off?

They used whatever they used as their OS and still sold the phones they were going to sell, even when their software was maligned by a lot of people from the start. And even now, when not even their hardware is foolproof, they still have a considerable portion of the market. And Huawei, for the reasons they are popular now, will still sell the phones they will sell, regardless.

If there's a company that can pull it off well, it's Huawei.

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