This week in Android: Huawei's endless horror

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The big news this week was actually the fall of Trump's decision to add Huawei to the well-known business list last week. Dominoes began to fall when Google recalled Huawei's access to Android on Sunday. Since then, Qualcomm, Intel, Arm, SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance and others have cut ties with the Chinese company to comply with US law. Keep track of the whole story in our handy Huawei vs Trump management timeline.

This did not prevent Huawei from pushing forward with the release of the Honor 20 Pro, providing a premium experience at an excellent price. However, the jury is still out to buy a Huawei phone, provided they are only guaranteed to receive updates until August 29. This can all blow over if a trade deal is hammered out before then, but at the moment everything is interpreted in uncertainty.

In other news, we got our first look at Xiaomy's Redmi Note 7S, which is a promising device in the midst of note 7 series. We also need to check out the Fxtec Pro1, a phone with a controversial throwback feature: a physical QWERTY keyboard.

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