Remember back in May when Google pulled out of Huawei over the U.S crackdown on Chinese technology?
We sure did! The crackdown was mainly driven by the U.S government over their fears and suspicions that the technology was used to spy on American networks.
5 months on, it seems that things are getting back to normal as Google app may be returning to Huawei.
According to Gizmodo, the executive order signed by U.S President Donald Trump banning Huawei from using U.S telco companies expires this November.
With the upcoming launch of the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, it will be launched without Google Apps or the Google Play Store. However, Huawei CEO, Richard Yu is optimistic, stating that they are ready to roll it out once the trade ban expires.
In another sign of optimism, the Trump administration are preparing to issue licenses to allow US companies to supply non-sensitive goods to Huawei. If such plans comes to fruition, Google could return to Huawei.