Upcoming series Huawei Mate 30 will be released without support for Google apps, as the trump ban on trade with Huawei is still ongoing. The smartphone Huawei may still be able to work on Android, but without apps like Play Store and Gmail.
CEO Huawei Consumer Business Group Richard Yu in an interview with reporters 2019 IFA announced that the company is looking for a way to circumvent the decree of the President of the United States, in consequence of which the owners Mate 30 will be able to install Google apps.
A Huawei representative said that the process would be “quite easy” for users, noting that the open source Android provides “plenty of opportunities”. Yu also noted that third-party developers are working on “various solutions”.
This is not the first case when the manufacturer is preloaded support offers users to install Google apps on their gadgets. Previously, the company Meizu has offered users to install Google services through the store applications pre-installed on the smartphones of the Chinese manufacturer. Certainly in this way will benefit from Huawei.
Recall the official debut of the series Mate 30 will be held on September 19. Initially, the novelty will be available in China, but later appear in other regions.
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