Huawei’s hopeless US situation somehow got worse

Huawei Mate 40 Pro hero shot of the back

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  • The FCC will no longer approve or review applications from Huawei or ZTE.
  • It’s unclear if this only applies to network equipment or consumer products as well.

The US trade ban against Huawei has been ongoing for over three years now, barring the company from using Google services, making its own chips, and more. It’s resulted in the company sliding out of the top five players globally, but it looks like things are going to get worse for the manufacturer.

The White House announced that President Joe Biden has signed the Secure Equipment Act, which means that the FCC will “no longer review or approve any authorization application for equipment that poses an unacceptable risk to national security.” Huawei, ZTE, and several other Chinese companies were indeed designated as national security risks by the US earlier this year.

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