After Trump’s decision not to extend the 90-day deadline given to Huawei, Huawei was unable to launch its smartphones with Google services, fearing that these services would be discontinued later, thus losing a significant segment of users.
Therefore, according to the information currently available, the smartphone that Huawei is preparing to launch on the 19th of September, which belongs to the category of phones Huawei Mate 30, is expected to not contain the services of Google.
This means that the phone will not be available on the Google Play Store and also Google Chrome browser and also YouTube and other various applications of Google.
It will also be followed by the Huawei folding phone, which is the first of its kind for Huawei as it will be launched later in the month, and the latter will also not be available on Google services.
So far, it is not clear how Huawei will compensate users for the lack of these applications, which are used by all users of Huawei and is one of the most important applications that any user wants for any Android phone.
Currently, Huawei is on the verge of facing huge losses and a significant drop in sales of its phones because the launch of a phone without Google services will be a shock to many users and activists do not think they will adapt to the idea.