On November 17, the Honor sale is formalized. The manufacturer communicated this, without revealing details of the amount of the transaction. One of the points we talked about was the possibility for Honor to work with Google again, now being an independent company from Huawei.
As confirmed by the CEO of Honor, Huawei’s veto does not affect your business, making sure they’re in talks with Google to work alongside them, as they’re already doing with Qualcomm and other big Americans. With this initiative, Honor could launch devices with Google services, unlike Huawei, which is currently banned from collaborating with US companies.
Huawei veto does not affect Honor, CEO says
According to the CEO of Honor in an interview for the South China Morning Post, Huawei veto does not affect Honor. The company is resuming collaborations with Intel, AMD and Qualcomm, as part of its plans to collaborate with Google again to be able to offer its services in terminals.
After the sale of Honor, the independent company makes sure to work with the big American tech companies
After the sale by Huawei, the company is now independent, not on the US list, and can collaborate with US companies. Removed the obstacle of the veto, Honor could start 2021 to launch devices with Google services
Likewise, it will help products such as laptops, in collaboration with Microsoft and Intel, its two main hardware and software allies. At the moment there is no news on Honor devices with Google services, but according to its CEO, everything happens after the sale, so we have to wait for Huawei’s old little sister to start launching products. on the market.
Vía | XDA Developers