As expected, Huawei released Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro smartphones Today But the new phone will send Google applications, thanks to the USA. USA government blacklist.
Both phones are technically impressive, especially the Mate 30 Pro, which offers a four-lens camera system with a 40 MP main sensor, an end-to-end “horizon” display with sleek curved sides, and a Kirin 990 5G system in chip (SoC).
But the big news, of course, is that the Mate 30 series uses an open source version of Android and doesn't ship with Google's core apps like Google Play Store, Gmail, Google Maps and YouTube. Huawei did not discuss Google's problems during the launch, but some speculated that it would use so-called “stub” applications on mobile phones, as is the case with certain models in China, which will automatically update to native Google applications when users activate the phone. Huawei officials only said that it would be "fairly easy" for users to obtain the application.
I'll report when we know more, but the lack of Google's default app plus uncertainty about Huawei's future in smartphones Overall, it will definitely affect sales, especially outside of China.
Huawei will also announce a fitness tracker, smart watch, TV, and tablet at the event.
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