Huawei may be negotiating with the Portuguese company Aptoide an alternative market for mobile applications that works in the Android operating system to replace Google Play as an application store in its phones.
According to the Portuguese mediaDinheiro Vivo, who quotes the executive president of the Portuguese firm, Paulo Trezentos, Aptoide is already negotiating with Huawei.
Aptoide contains more than 900,000 applications and has about 200 million users and 6,000 million downloads, according to data offered by the application analysis site BusinessofApps. As with other application repositories such as APK Mirror, Aptoide is one of the most popular download alternatives for users, since it even allows you to download applications from other territories.
Trezentos does not clarify in his statements what are the terms of the negotiations with Huawei or where they are. CNET in Spanish sent a request for additional comments to the Chinese company.
The Trump administration announced in May that it will give Huawei a three-month truce before it enters into a vigorous decree that vetoes the company's use of equipment in the United States, which has led Google and other companies to stop doing business. With the Chinese company.
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