Global Media and Communications President Huawei Joy Tan announced that Android is the company’s desire to continue designing its upcoming smartphones.
As a result of the US ban, Huawei still faces Android and Google problems. While the firm unveiled the Mate 30 Pro Smartphone flagship with Android last month, its core services were not offered by Google due to the US prohibition. Huawei has now come out and cleared the air claiming that she doesn’t want to replace Ios, but finding a way to address the problem of Google’s shortage of mobile services.
The news is from Joy Tan, the Huawei chief, who has indicated that the organization wishes to continue focusing on Android to grow its upcoming smartphones. Tan said, “A viable alternative could take years to complete for Android’s operating system.”
Tan thought that “too many Android users in Europe and Southeast Asia” rely on Google’s mobile-service family bin. Huawei clarified that the biggest challenge for Huawei is to find a substitute for GMS.
Tan admits, though, that it is not possible to develop its own mobile service overnight. Although Huawei suggested the idea of HMS or Huawei Mobile Services, this project remains in its early stages and requires a long time of incubation.
This is months after Huawei said that it will move to HarmonyOS if the US refuses to fully clear the product ban. At that point, Vincent Yang, Huawei Senior Vice President, said that the firm does not plan to launch a Harmony-powered smartphone this year unless the US imposes a full ban on Huawei.
Also an alternative to Gogo Maps with the Map Kit was reportedly developed by Huawei. It is projected that the mapping system would link 150 countries with local areas and locations with road navigation and real-time information. With the support of Portuguese-based Aptoide, the company has also created its own app store.