Huawei may have to face a major technical issue for the launch of its next flagship smartphone Mate 30. The problem is that it will not be launched with Google apps and services due to the White House banning US companies such as Google from doing business with China’s tech giant Huawei, according to news agency Reuters.
Other Huawei products will also not be equipped with Google apps
This means that the Mate 30 and possibly Huawei’s other upcoming devices such as the Fold Mate X may be severely limited in their market launches. They still run on the Android operating system, on its core open-source software that is freely available. But Google has confirmed that the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro (rumored to be launched on September 18) will no longer be launched with Google’s apps and services. This could put them at a serious disadvantage because Harmony OS is still While the first Google apps on Android have their own threat.
The Huawei company was given a second 90-day extension last week and is scheduled to expire on November 19, but it only applies to previously released phones. The Mate 30 (and any other version Huawei is planning to release) will not fall under this extension and for this reason, the Mate 30 will not be able to include Google apps.
One thing is clear from this that in the coming time, with its own software setup, Huawei can take the already-successful Sino-US trade war to the next level by coming to the Indian tech market.
Huawei love of American companies came to the fore, applications for trade licenses
In the month of July this year, the US Department of Commerce announced its plans to issue special licenses to US companies wishing to continue their business relationships with Huawei. According to people familiar with the situation now speaking to Reuters News Agency, the Commerce Department received more than 130 application requests from local tech firms. Although these figures have not yet been officially confirmed, it indicates that this process may be implemented soon.
US Commerce Department said this on trade license with Huawei
Commerce Department Secretary Wilbur Ross stated categorically that the new licenses will be issued only for widely available components that do not pose a threat to national security. It should be seen which components are compatible with these requirements. Recently, Huawei executives claimed that the potential loss of the mobile division could go up to $ 10 billion due to the business division.