The trade war between the United States and China negatively affected Huawei. Yet the sanctions didn’t so much weaken the company,
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If you believe the Economic Times, then Huawei made friendswith developers from India for the sake of creating analogues of Google applications. Due to the sanctions, the company had to release the Mate 30 Pro without the services of the “search giant” and subsequent models may also become victims of the “war”. In China, Google applications do not play a big role for the consumer, but they are actively used outside China.
According to Charles Pan, CEOHuawei and Honor India, the company is trying to create its own ecosystem of applications. Huawei Media Services will get utilities for navigation, payment, games and even communication.
“We have our own HMS and we are tryingcreate a mobile ecosystem. Most key applications, such as navigation, payment, games, and messaging, will be ready by the end of December, ”Pang said.
Now Huawei is in talks with developersapplications that are in the top 150 in India. The company expects them to connect to the expansion of the Huawei App Gallery library, an analogue of Google Play. In addition, Huawei plans to invest $ 1 billion to create its own services, connecting other developers.
“In each country, we will focus on offering 100–150 of the best applications through HMS,” said the CEO.
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