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Huawei P30 Pro and Mate X disappeared from

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It goes on. After the company relies on the "Entity List" was set in the USA, Google removed two smartphones, including the Huawei P30 Pro, from the Android home page.

There is a separate website for Android, where Google wants to show that the various smartphones with the operating system offer a wide variety of features. Two Huawei smartphones were also placed there. The Mate X in the "Latest & Greatest" section and the P30 Pro at "Cameras that catch the shot". Because the Chinese group is now on this "entity list", it fell 9to5Google on that the operator of the site had to take out the two devices. It is currently not known whether the trade agreement in question will change anything.

And speaking of the Mate X: I don't think so upcoming market launch will be held. That's too bad.

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David Wurm

Hello Holger,

of course - we always try to offer a good mix of news. The Huawei crisis is currently a hot topic, which is why more news about it has recently appeared. Unfortunately, we are not big enough to have all the news in view and therefore we cannot concentrate on all the news, but rather pick a few top topics.

LG, David from TechnikNews

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