Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro smartphones will come out without pre-installed Google services, including the app store and search. This was told to Reuters by a representative of an American corporation.
Huawei will announce new flagships in September 2019 and will run on the open-source version of Android. However, Huawei smartphones will lose all official Google applications, including the Google Play store, Gmail, search, and other applications.
In May, the U.S. Department of Commerce blacklisted Huawei and its 70 subsidiaries. As a result, American companies, including Google, Intel, Xilinx, Broadcom, announced the termination of cooperation with the Chinese manufacturer. It was also reported that Huawei smartphones will stop installing applications from Facebook, including Instagram and WhatsApp clients.
In July, Huawei’s senior vice president, Catherine Chen, announced plans to continue to use Google’s Android OS, despite the readiness of Hongmeng’s own system. Despite the fact that the US authorities issued Huawei a license for activities until November 2019, this does not apply to future Huawei smartphones, which should already be without the services of American companies.
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