Huawei Mate 30 Will Launch Without Google License [TOP]
The Mate 30 series, which was unveiled at a launch event in Munich, will operate on an open-source version of Google's Android operating system. Huawei has been unable to license the latest version of Android due to restrictions imposed by the U.S. on the Chinese firm.
Huawei Mate 30 will launch without Google license
The company expects annual production next year to hit 1.5 million units, more than double the 600,000 estimated for this year, which will include those already made with US components and those without.
There are sort of rumors going on last month that the Huawei Mate 30 series will be launched without Google apps or Google services, today a new source confirms this to be true and also list another device that this was affected with.
In accordance with an Asian Tech reviewer Nikkei, Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 pro and Mate X will be launched without any Google services or apps, (i know this could be a very deal breaker for many) what this actually means is that there will be no Play store, no pre-installed Chrome browser, no Gmail app, no YouTube app, no Maps e.t.c.
Huawei has however confirmed that is managed to negotiate access to Android Q for its smartphones during the reprieve, so it will be able to update existing models. Unfortunately this does not include the upcoming Mate 30. It has been confirmed that this phone will launched without licensed Google Apps.. 350c69d7ab