TomTom Makes A Deal with Smartphone Maker Huawei
TomTom Makes A Deal with Smartphone Maker Huawei. Navigation service provider TomTom will deliver its maps and other products to the Chinese smartphone maker Huawei.
Huawei is at work on its own operating system for its phones, after the access to Android from the American Google is limited by sanctions.
The United States is blacklisting Huawei earlier, as the technology company would pose a risk to the country’s national security.
Developers of apps for Huawei’s new operating system can use the deal for their apps to use so-called location services from TomTom. In addition to cards, these are also functions for running cards on the telephone.
TomTom does not want to disclose how much money is involved in the agreement.
The navigation company also makes no statements about the term of the contract, except that it is a multi-year agreement.