There is very few time to wait until Huawei releases their outstanding Huawei Mate 30 to the stores, and the Chinese manufacturer is expecting to gain a lot of money from the selling of the new phablet. No wonder they have such high financial expectations since Mate 30 will have many features to impress us with: 5G support, four lenses for the main camera or facial recognition, just to name a few.
But many have asked themselves the following primordial question: is there life after Google? Since the huge American corporation provides all those useful apps for Android devices that we’re all familiar with, most would say firmly “No! There isn’t!”. Well, this is where Huawei Mate 30 will come in, trying to prove us the opposite.
No Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube or Google Play On Huawei Mate 30
Huawei Mate 30 looks spectacular, but we’ll have to play with it without any apps from Google, which means no YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Play, and others. And no Google Play means automatically no third-party apps like Facebook, Snapchat, Netflix, and others.
Could you imagine your life these days without these apps? If you can, you’re a hero! But it’s pretty much possible that a smartphone like Mate 30 can relieve your suffering a lot with its impressive capabilities.
But why can’t Mate 30 support Google Apps and services?
An outgoing US trade ban on Huawei has led to such a disaster. Ironically enough, the Chinese manufacturer can still use Android operating system on its devices, even though all other apps and services from Google are forbidden. Luckily for the Chinese market, people there are used to not using Google services, so it might not be a big problem for them.
The big fuss will be in Europe and the USA when Huawei Mate 30 comes out because most of us can’t imagine our lives without Google Apps and services. It’s very interesting to see how much the ban on Huawei will affect the Chinese company’s selling of the new Mate 30. Would you buy a smartphone that can’t run Google Apps?