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DAILYNEWS  - Drama between two giants in the field of technology, Huawei and Google entered a new phase. After some time ago Huawei got a breath of fresh air by being able to use the Android operating system made by Google, now ahead of the release of Huawei's latest flagship smartphone, the Huawei Mate 30 Series, the unpleasant news hit Huawei again.
Going forward, new smartphones released by Huawei will not get support for Google Apps. This has been confirmed by a Google spokesperson stating that Google will not provide access to Google applications such as Gmail, Maps and YouTube for Huawei's newest smartphones due to sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump.
This certainly has an unfavorable impact on Huawei. The reason, they are preparing a new flagship smartphone Mate 30 Series that is enough to attract the attention of gadget enthusiasts and fans. With these sanctions, Huawei Mate 30 will only use the Android open-source operating system.
The lack of Google Apps support for the upcoming new Huawei smartphone can also benefit their competitors in the smartphone industry. All Android smartphones can use and access Google Apps services, except Huawei. This stresses how Huawei must convince consumers and fans to continue using their products. HarmonyOS? It could be that Huawei gave a surprise by using this artificial operating system for new smartphones in the future, but this is tantamount to gambling.

Google Apps is arguably like the need for Android users. Because the user must log in using a Google account to be able to access Android. But there is something interesting about Huawei's statement in response to this sanction. Huawei stated that they would still use Android if the American government gave permission. But they will also continue to develop their own operating system and ecosystem (smartphone).

Meanwhile, the Huawei Mate 30 Series is rumored to be released next month on September 18 2019 in Germany.
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