Microsoft and Intel promised they would continue to release security and driver updates for existing Huawei products.
This piece of news comes as a breath of fresh air after the U.S. Department of Commerce’s decision to ban American companies from working with Huawei.
Microsoft made a groundbreaking revelation when it spotted a backdoor in Huawei’s Matebook X devices.
Huawei refused to accept the accusations of spying on its users and patches the vulnerability in January 2019. The U.S Government took extreme steps and banned Huawei products.
Trump Administration prevented companies from working with Huawei by adding the company to the Chinese trade blacklist.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is struggling to deal with the U.S ban. All the big names in the tech industry including Qualcomm, AMD, Intel, and Nvidia have placing order for hardware supplies.
Consumers are very confused about the changing situation. In fact, they are worried about the future of their Huawei devices.
They are unsure if their existing devices are going to work well. New buyers are wondering if Microsoft plans to support the pre-installed Windows 10 version.
Well, we have a piece of good news for all Huawei fans out there. Microsoft promised to continue to support Huawei systems.
That means you will get all the important updates. Microsoft is not the only one that is supporting Huawei. Intel is also joining the team and confirmed that Huawei laptops will get drivers and security updates.
The future of Huawei products is uncertain
Moreover, some users are also concerned about the fact that Huawei devices may be spying on them.
This is a major factor that has damaged the reputation of the Chinese company more than anything else. The company was forced to cancel one of its upcoming models due to this problem.
In other words, the future of Huawei products is uncertain. It only depends if the U.S decides to ease the terms and conditions.
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