The US Department of Commerce gave Huawei a delay of 90 days

A day after news broke that Google and other companies had suspended their cooperation

with Huawei, the US Department of Commerce has granted the Chinese manufacturer a temporary general license.

What does it mean

This was reported by the Reuters news agency.According to them, the license has already come into force and will be valid until August 19. It allows you to “support existing networks and provide software updates for existing devices.” However, the license does not allow US companies to work with Huawei on new products.

Essentially, this is a temporary reprieve from tradingban, but what will happen after this period is unknown. We hope the US and Chinese governments will come to a common agreement so that Huawei can continue to release its devices with Google services.

Let us remind you that today in London there will be a presentation of the new Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro smartphones. The live broadcast of the event can be viewed on the manufacturer’s official YouTube channel.