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Huawei Devices Removed From Android Enterprise Recommended List & Android QBeta

Huawei removed from Google's Android Recommended List

The US-China trade war has been a roller coaster ride for all the smartphone users, especially for the Huawei fans. There seems to be no end to this 5G war any time soon. However, every day Huawei has something new to deal with.

Some of Huawei devices like the Huawei Mate 10, P10, Mate 20, and MediaPad M5 were enrolled in the Google’s Enterprise Program. The enrollment made Huawei mobile devices one of the top choices for the businesses to deploy Huawei phones and tablets in their systems, assign to their employees and float for their internal uses.

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Finally, all Huawei mobile devices have been removed from the official Android site. As per the developing scenario, Google seems to be hard on Huawei for its devices but Nexus 6P? It was never enrolled in the program, Nexus 6P was listed in the ‘Enterprise Solutions Directory’ amongst many others yet, it has been officially removed from the Enterprise Directory.

Huawei P30 Pro has been removed from Google's Android Enterprise Recommended List.

Previously. Huawei’s P30 PRO was featured for its excellent camera quality and Mate X was listed among other early 5G phones, however, the new Android Q Beta list does not include Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro.

This is one of the major setbacks Huawei would face. Businesses will no longer prefer Huawei without security updates. If by any means, the US lifts the ban or succeeds to crack a deal, perhaps the devices will return.

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Madiha Ahmed
Madiha Ahmed
Madiha (Yusuf) Ahmed is an Independent Journalist, ideally reports technology updates, social happenings and covers features. Professionally, she is serving as a Manager Content in a Digital Agency and specialises in Content Curation, Strategy and Marketing.

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