If you are the owner of one of Huawei’s impressive smartphones, tablets or laptops and worried about whether it might have any use in the next few months
This news came as Donald Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping met at the recent G20 summit in Osaka, Japan to discuss their ongoing trade disputes and come to some formal agreement for the future. And while nothing concrete has been signed, it does appear based on Trump’s comments at the summit (as shared by Business Insider), that he is willing to change his tone with China and some of their big tech companies, like Huawei.
I did agree to allow our companies — you know, jobs, I like our companies selling things to other people. So, I allowed that to happen. Very complex things. Not easy — this is not things that are easy to make. Very few companies are able to do it, but a tremendous amount of money. Our companies were very upset. These companies are great companies you know all of them. But they weren’t exactly happy with it. But we’re allowing that because that wasn’t national security… We’re allowing them to sell.
As with all things Trump says, his sentences are a little disjointed and not always easy to follow, but essentially what he is saying is that he has realised
This is ultimately not a go-ahead Huawei just yet, as Trump was speaking about Chinese companies and not Huawei specifically, though given the scale of US involvement with the big tech and telecommunications company, its likely this will include Huawei.
Having these companies working together is the best thing for consumers though given all the issues over the past few months I wouldn’t
Last Updated: July 2, 2019