Huawei has finally launched its new flagships for this year, the Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro after having a lot of leaks floating around recently. But, the major news which is the US banning Huawei, has been there and finally, the company has launched its flagships without any Google Apps.
Yes, you heard it correct. Huawei has finally launched its flagships WITH NO GOOGLE APPS!
This simply means the new phones won’t come installed with key Google apps, like Gmail, YouTube, Maps or the Play Store. Instead, Huawei will offer its own Android-based interface called EMUI10 and its own app store. Analysts said this would put Huawei at a disadvantage against rivals like Samsung and Apple.
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The Mate 30 series, which was unveiled at a launch event in Munich, will operate on an open-source version of Google’s Android operating system. Huawei has been unable to license the latest version of Android due to restrictions imposed by the U.S. on the Chinese firm.
The Mate 30 series is Huawei’s first all-new phone series to launch since the U.S. ban was announced. The lineup includes the 6.62-inch Mate 30 and 6.53-inch Mate 30 Pro, available in both 4G and 5G models. The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro models will start at 799 euros ($883) and 1099 euros ($1,215), respectively, while the Mate 30 Pro 5G model will cost 1,199 euros ($1,326).
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