Huawei Mate 30 delayed, might not use Google Apps
Huawei Mate 30 delayed, might not use Google Apps

While Huawei is expected to launch it’s Huawei Mate 30 Pro next month, Google is officially not in the device. This might just be another big flip as of America –China ongoing trade war, Google confirmed it won’t be allowing licensed Google apps in the device. Huawei having close china ties is a hit on the situation.

As of now, Huawei is still considered one of the largest smartphone making brand, it currently doesn’t use in Google in China which is an exception due to the long trade issues, the devices are even sold in quantities in Europe but customers still expect a formal management of apps and search engines which Google provides .

Trump’s basic condition of not allowing American companies to resume their work with China has left the company battling as the launch of their product is anytime soon. Huawei was granted 3-month extension from the US government and another 90-day extension for the previous line of phones. The devices that are expected to launch this September might just have a delay due to same. As per the source, “Google services aren’t preinstalled on Huawei Mate 30 series smartphones sold in China.”

Huawei Mate 30 - Google Apps
Huawei Mate 30 – Google Apps

Speaking of, one of the company spokesperson said, “continue to use the Android OS and ecosystem if the US Government allows us to do so otherwise, we will continue to develop our own”.

“Without Google Services, no one will buy the device,” independent analyst Richard Windsor said.

Huawei has been working on its own operating system for a while now but the efforts still can’t match as to what Google offers. Basic amenities provided by Google like Gmail, Youtube, Maps, Google photos etc will be absent from mate 30. The company is also working on its own Playstore which will be incorporated in the device too as of now.

Huawei recently announced Harmony OS, which is a mobile operating system for IoT. It still isn’t yet ready for a big launch as it is not a liable replacement of Android.

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