According to foreign media reports, Huawei is taking measures to offset the negative impact of its blacklist in the United States. Because of the blacklist, several key U.S. companies cut off their cooperation with the Chinese electronics giant.
In this case, Huawei's fatal blow can be said to come from Google's Android mobile system and access to Google App Mall. There is also news that Facebook will also fail on Huawei devices.
It seems that Huawei is trying to compensate consumers for these changes. According to Huawei Central, Huawei will refund the affected users, but it is currently limited to Filipino users. Whether Huawei will extend this measure to other markets is still unknown, but it is obvious that this approach has some significance.
At the same time, for Huawei itself, its struggle with the United States continues.