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Huawei & Honor Honor ഫോണുകളിൽ ഇനി android. ഈ ഈ അടുത്തായി അമേരിക്ക കൊടുത്ത നിരോധനം കമ്പനി കമ്പനി huawei മറികടക്കാൻ പുതിയ android കൊണ്ടുവരുന്നു. കൂടുതൽ കൂടുതൽ വീഡിയോ മുഴുവനായി മുഴുവനായി.

Huawei kehrt mit mächtiger Android-Unterstützung zurück. huawei wird mit einer neuen Software und einem neuen App Store wieder auf den Markt kommen.

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  1. Facebook is stopping Huawei from pre-installing its apps
    From bad to worse for Huawei

    By Sam Byford on June 7, 2019 2:57 am

    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
    Facebook won’t allow Huawei to pre-install its apps on smartphones anymore, Reuters is reporting. It’s the latest example of Western tech companies cutting ties with the beleaguered Chinese telecom giant after President Trump issued an effective trade ban against it.

    Huawei phone owners will still be able to download and use apps like WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook’s main app itself, and they’ll continue to receive updates through the Play store. Huawei just won’t be able to include them out of the box, which it typically does alongside various other pre-loaded services like Twitter.

    Facebook has apparently landed on a different calculus to deal with the trade ban than Google. Google has secured a temporary license to continue to send security updates to existing Huawei phones. Huawei phones currently in stores or “those which have not yet shipped or even been built” will still have the Google services pre-installed. Facebook, Reuters says, is denying pre-installs on “any phone which has not yet left the factory.”

    The implications aren’t necessarily as worrying for Huawei as other prior decisions from Google and ARM, which respectively restrict its ability to use core Android services and develop its own chips. But Facebook’s move closes another potential avenue for Huawei to deliver crucial third-party apps to customers, underlining the fact that it’ll have to go it alone with its own app store — no small task.

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    Sounds like an upgrade for Huawei devices!

    By Gatanui on 06.07.19 3:16am

    How is that a bad thing? Facebook would be the first thing I uinstall on my phone if it were pre-installed

    By zyofeng on 06.07.19 3:21am

    Best bad news I’ve heard about Huawei in a while.

    By Emmanuel A. on 06.07.19 4:25am

    hmm… so how is this a blow for huawei? facebook is banned in china anyway and well, its a proven security risk anyway

    By FrostyFly on 06.07.19 4:27am

    It’s a blow for Huawei because the US and China are not the only markets Huawei is in.

    By Demios on 06.07.19 4:37am

    It’s bad because having pre-installed Facebook app is one of the top features consumers look for in a phone?

    By fiddleyfiddley on 06.07.19 5:11am

    Not exactly. There’s a level of usability and convenience the average user is looking for. If you’re reading articles on a site that does a lot on tech, chances are you know what you like, you are uninterested in bloat and probably despise the Facebook app. The average John/Jane Smith uses apps like messenger, Facebook. It takes five seconds to do it if you don’t have it pre-installed, but having it preinstalled is a boon for those users. "This phone by default, comes with the things I care about."

    By Demios on 06.07.19 5:39am

    OK, now I’m more interested.

    By wubanger on 06.07.19 5:04am

    So the Verge’s new position is bloatware = selling point? Can we expect bloatware count listed as a positive in the next phone review?

    The principles one have to abandon to write for Trump…

    By fiddleyfiddley on 06.07.19 5:20am

    It’s pretty much a statistical fact that average consumers want "bloat". Look at Samsung.
    But it’d say it’s more of a blow to the apps listed than Huawei. It’s them who’ll lose potential new customers

    By kirko7 on 06.07.19 6:32am

    that is great news.

    By Joni Sin on 06.07.19 5:21am

    Windows Phone all over again

    By kosmonaut_ on 06.07.19 5:34am

    …people actually buy these phones.

    By NaeemTHM on 06.07.19 6:39am

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  2. Inne koodi ivide aalukal phone medikyunnath kandu appo avar gopi aavo Mr madtbsk

  3. Bro athu phone ah use cheyyane

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