Challenger & Courts offer full refund if your Huawei phone loses Google apps

Wow, much warranty.

Nyi Nyi Thet | June 30, 2019, 12:39 PM

Huawei has been in the news lately for the ban that U.S. President Donald Trump imposed on them.

One of the many repercussions was how Huawei phones might lose access to Google apps such as YouTube or Gmail.

Here are two warranties to ease your mind.

Courts and Challenger

The two electronics purveyors have come out with exceptionally similar warranties.

Here they are:

So basically, the warranty will assure your 100 per cent money back if your Google apps get banned within two years of your purchase.

The warranty period is for a year for selected Huawei tablets.

Both promotions are available till August 31, 2019.

Wow, much trust

While the warranties are rather interesting, the current generation of Huawei phones were never really going to be affected by the ban, whatever incarnation it might eventually turn out to be.

It has always been a case of future phones maybe being affected.

And since a new-gen flagship Huawei phone doesn't appear to be in the horizon in two weeks, this warranty is merely a superficial guarantee.

Although one consumers might appreciate.

In fact, among the exhausting twist and turns that have come out of the Trump administration's method of dealing with the ban, a most recent tidbit might have been lost.

So basically Trump, while in the midst of the G-20 Summit, decided that American companies could sell their products to Huawei.

This is about six weeks after the highly publicised trade ban kicked in.

Which is a situation that might be best summed up by a tweet from Huawei's many Twitter accounts.


Image from Courts and Challenger