Huawei will have to postpone the global launch of the Mate 30 due to US and Google sanctions

The official presentation of the new flagships Huawei Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro is expected on September 19. However, American

sanctions have made adjustments to the manufacturer’s plans, and now there are rumors about the postponement of the release of the Mate 30 family.


Sources say that Huawei will most likely release the Mate 30 only for China for now, but a global announcement will have to wait.

It's all about Google:The corporation recently announced that due to American sanctions, new Huawei smartphones, primarily the Mate 30, will not receive pre-installed company applications and the Play Store. This does not apply to already released devices.

Of course, Huawei can use a version of Android without an open source license, but the lack of Google services is unlikely to please users in the international market.

The company can install on smartphonesits own operating system HarmonyOS, but it is more likely to be suitable for Chinese users. What Huawei will do with the global market and whether the Mate 30 will come out at all is still unclear.

In any case, Huawei has not yet announced the date for the presentation of the new flagships (sources named the date September 19), so we can only wait for official information.