Once the tap of Huawei's fight is open, the company's US veto – or fear that it is provoking in the sector – rather – encourages other companies in the sector to start to turn their backs on the Asian technology in the last days. Toshiba, Panasonic or ARM are some of the companies that have not settled directly on American soil that has decided, by notice, to break links with the Chinese company, to whom now the Sustainable Development Association is adding.
This organization, which is responsible for developing and implementing the above card standards with the large group of companies in the market, has withdrawn Huawei from its website as co-operative, as noted by the Japanese media. SumahoInfo. This may mean, according to different sources, the withdraw licenses to enable card readers to operate on their smartphones.
Get a extended memory through SD card is one of the most common features in the Android landscape, especially in those terminals in recent years or some of the more modest ranges and with lower factory capacity. In the case of Huawei, a wide range of its final portfolio includes this possibility.
Huawei would have thought about that already
The tensions between Huawei and the United States recently, with rope pulling have not been present for months. Either considering an uncertain future or to improve this quality in their phones, Chinese technology began to include a new standard of memory expansion that they developed in their devices: Nano Memory.
Memory nano cards are smaller than microSD cards – the same size as extended SIM nano cards – and they are the latest top end terminals in the company: the Mate 20 range (end 2018) and the latest P30. So maybe this new standard allows Huawei to escape from one of the many problems that come to the obvious, though not the most serious of them.