Huawei’s much-anticipated Mate 30 Pro flagship phone going to launch on September 19. Recently Huawei confirmed that the Mate 30 would launch without any Google apps; instead, it will come with other alternatives with running on a bespoke version of Android 10.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
The Google apps suite includes apps like Google Maps, Calendar, Google Drive, Google Assistant, and Gmail. Dr. Wang Chenglu, Huawei’s President of Consumer Software, mentioned at the IFA 2019 that the company is working on other alternatives to Google Apps and Services, including the GPS navigation.
The Mate 30 will run on the latest version of Android despite the loss of Google Apps. Thus, the firm’s own developed HarmonyOS will not be making its debut with Mate 30 and if the reports are accurate then also with Mate X. The Mate X ist the Huawei’s foldable phone, which will be the second device without any Google apps. Analysts think that Huawei’s smartphone sale will also drop by 10 million units this year 2019.
When the phone launches on September 19, we will know more. Based upon the current events, things aren’t looking great for the Huwaei Mate 30; however, we’re positive Huawei has some sort of workaround that will assist them in conquering this. With the Trump administration taking a hard line on Huawei, the business’s crisis appears far from over. Huawei deals with a “do-or-die situation,” founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei stated in a business memo on August 20.