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Three major carriers in Japan resume selling Huawei mobile phones: normal update of Android system

via:博客园     time:2019/8/21 11:36:19     readed:140

Author: Chaohui

On August 20, DOCOMO, Japan's largest mobile operator, announcedHuawei P30 Pro is expected to be officially sold in September.。 Influenced by the U.S. ban, mainstream Japanese operators have suspended Huawei's mobile phone sales.

Before that,Two operators, KDDI and Softbank, have also resold Huawei's mobile phone sales.

It is reported that DOCOMO was scheduled to launch the sale of Huawei P30 Pro, this summer, but DOCOMO announced a postponement of the sale after the United States imposed export controls on Huawei.

Earlier, KDDI, another Japanese operator, began selling Huawei P30 Lite Premium to Japan on August 8. Softbank also restarted Huawei's mobile phone sales on the same day.

KDDI says it can be used normally for Japanese users who fear Huawei's phones won't be able to update Android.

The latest news shows that while Huawei has been granted 90-day temporary permission twice in a row in the United States (as of November 19 this year), 46 Huawei affiliated companies have been listed as entities in the United States, with a total of 114.

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