Huawei confirms that Mate 30 will no longer pre-install any Google applications

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 Huawei confirms that Mate 30 will no longer pre-install any Google applications


Pengchao journalist Zhou Ling

On September 9, Huawei confirmed to the media at IFA Berlin in 2019 that the upcoming fall flagship mobile phone Mate30 will not pre-install Google applications and Google Play services.

As planned, Huawei Mate30 will be released on September 19 in Munich, Germany, carrying Huaweis latest Kirin 990 chip.

Affected by the U.S. ban, Google said earlier that Huawei Mate30 could not pre-install Google applications and services, not use Android system.

Although the U.S. ban on Huawei has been extended for another 90 days, it is limited to previously listed mobile phones, not new ones.

According to technology media Ausdroid, Wang Chenglu, president of Huawei Consumer Business Software, told participants that the Mate30 series will run on Android 10, but Google applications will not be available when released.

In an interview with reporters at IFA, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huaweis consumer business, said that there was no problem with the use of Google apps on existing or sold Huawei smartphones, including timely updates of monthly security patches.

Yu also revealed that developers are moving Android applications to Hongmeng. The migration workload is not large, it needs a little time to do this work. Now it has been done. Mainstream applications will soon run on Hongmeng system, and the experience will be better. Now it needs a little time to prepare for developers to adapt to Huaweis Hongmeng OS and AppStore. The forthcoming release of Mate30 is also doing this preparation. Do it. Huawei officially released its own operating system Hongmeng in August this year, but at present Hongmeng has not decided to use it on mobile phones. Before Huaweis external calibre, mobile operating system was still the preferred Android. If Google could not provide support for Huawei, Huawei would launch its own Hongmeng operating system. Yu Chengdong also revealed in the interview that if Huaweis mobile phone continues to be denied access to Google services, it will consider using Hongmeng system. Yu Chengdong revealed that the first mobile phone product with Hongmeng system may be Huawei P40 released in March next year. Source: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541

Yu also revealed that developers are moving Android applications to Hongmeng. The migration workload is not large, it needs a little time to do this work. Now it has been done. Mainstream applications will soon run on Hongmeng system, and the experience will be better. Now it needs a little time to prepare for developers to adapt to Huaweis Hongmeng OS and AppStore. The forthcoming release of Mate30 is also doing this preparation. Do it.

Huawei officially released its own operating system Hongmeng in August this year, but at present Hongmeng has not decided to use it on mobile phones.

Before Huaweis external calibre, mobile operating system was still the preferred Android. If Google could not provide support for Huawei, Huawei would launch its own Hongmeng operating system.

Yu Chengdong also revealed in the interview that if Huaweis mobile phone continues to be denied access to Google services, it will consider using Hongmeng system. Yu Chengdong revealed that the first mobile phone product with Hongmeng system may be Huawei P40 released in March next year.