One Sunday morning in May, we woke up to the news that Google had suspended Huawei’s Android license throwing into disarray the Chinese device maker’s plans to dominate the global smartphone market. Soon after, other companies followed Google’s lead and severed ties with Huawei.
What does this mean for the company and the millions of consumers using its products around the world? Is this the end of Huawei or does the embattled Chinese company still stand a chance?
Nick, Kaluka, Dickson and myself take a look in this episode of the 24bit podcast.
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