Most key applications, such as navigation, payments, games, and messaging, will be ready by the end of December.
We have already repeatedly reported that Huawei is actively working with developers to create a complete alternative to Google services and applications.
For smartphone users who are running the Android operating system, applications such as Google Maps, Google Drive, Gmail, YouTube and others are very important. However, US sanctions prohibit pre-installing them on smartphones Huawei and Honor.
Charles Peng, CEO of Huawei and Honor India, in a new interview with ET confirmed that the company is close to launching a full suite of alternative applications.
We have Huawei Mobile Services, we are trying to create a new mobile ecosystem. Most key applications, such as navigation, payments, games, and messaging, will be ready by the end of December.
The company is doing its best to attract developers by offering them very favorable terms and rewards for supporting Huawei Mobile Services. It will be interesting to see if Huawei succeeds in competing with Google.