Google has reportedly suspended some business with Huawei following the Trump administration’s blacklist of the Chinese tech giant. This means Huawei will lose access to updates on the Android operating system for future devices.

Holders of current Huawei smartphones with Google apps, however, will continue to be able to use and download app updates provided by Google, a Google spokesperson said, confirming earlier reporting by Reuters.

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