Huawei's plan is to create a third smartphone ecosystem based on Android, but without Google's services. Huawei still believes that both companies are still hoping for a license to be granted but in the time being, they are continuing to develop its own Huawei Mobile Services (HMS).
Although the Android operating system has been primarily developed by Google, it is essentially an open-source OS that any device manufacturer, including telecommunications, networking, IoT, home electronics, etc. can use.
The largest hit that Huawei took in a consumer sense was the removal of supply of Google apps and services for their upcoming phones, leading to the situation where the Huawei Mate 30 Pro launched here in Australia in a Google-free state.
The Mate 30 was the first flagship series to launch without any Google apps on board. The smartphones arrived without the popular apps, which makes the devices less appealing for those who constantly use apps such as Google Maps and Gmail. The whole thing is expected to continue with releases that are scheduled for the near future.
Huawei is apparently very aware of the challenging task at hand in Europe and other regions where Android users expect Google services on their phones.
That said, during all of the back and forth between the USA and Huawei this past year, locally the firm's team has stated time and time again that it has no desire to leave the Android ecosystem, and that it was simply working on a "Plan B" in the interim. It bragged the Harmony OS will overpower major mobile OS such as iOS as well as Android within 2 years and also claimed the Harmony OS is much faster than the two biggest mobile operating systems. According to the report, Huawei is ready to pump an estimated $3 billion in app development and is already working with over 4,000 developers to adapt existing essential Android apps to Huaweis App Gallery store.
Huawei has been making some great phones over the past few years, rapidly increasing its market share in several key markets around the world in addition to China.
However, company spokespersons outside of Austria shared different opinions to other western journalists. The transition has been far from smooth as Huawei was seemingly left without a stable app ecosystem overnight but it seems the company isnt looking in the rearview mirror.
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