Huawei laptops have returned on the Microsoft online stores after weeks due to the restriction that was imposed by a US government agency.
The move, according to a report by CNBC, is a sign of cooperation with a company that delivers Windows revenue. Revenue, of course, is still core to the business of Microsoft. In addition, the government agency has also eased restriction for 90 days which led to changes in the way Google works with Huawei in that period. Microsoft seems to have also capitalized by resuming selling of Huawei Matebook laptops.
The American tech company has released a statement which was shared in the same report that reads, “We have been evaluating, and will continue to respond to, the many business, technical and regulatory complexities stemming from the recent addition of Huawei to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations Entity List. As a result, we are resuming the sale of existing inventory of Huawei devices at Microsoft Store.”
Microsoft has also made it clear that they will continue to deliver software updates to existing Huawei devices. Along with this, they clarified that the laptops that have returned to the Microsoft online store are from their existing inventory.