Huawei P40 Pro launching in March without Google support
Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro released only a few months in the past in September, but the enterprise has already locked in a release window for its next flagship, the P40 Pro. The P40 and P40 Pro could be unveiled at an event in Paris in March, stated Huawei patron group CEO Richard Yu, in step with French press.
More consequentially, Yu brought the P40 Pro will run on Android 10 with out Google Mobile Services. Since Huawei become blacklisted through the USA authorities from using US tech, Huawei is not able to license Google’s software. Android 10 is open source, that means Huawei is capable of get entry to it freely. Google Mobile Services, which is wanted to access the Google Play Store, and apps like Maps, Uber and even Google Podcasts, require a license, which Huawei is barred from getting.
This become the identical arrangement we noticed with the Mate 30 Pro, a smartphone that is not possible to recommend due to these software program woes in spite of a fantastic digital camera and excellent battery existence. An stepped forward battery lifestyles and a fair better digital camera setup is what we will stay up for with the P40 Pro, Yu stated to French press.
Huawei’s telephones are possibly to maintain promoting in huge numbers, given that most of their customers are in China. Google would not perform in China, so no Chinese telephone has access to Google Mobile Services. As such, Huawei’s US blacklisting isn’t an issue in its biggest marketplace.