Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Yu ChengDong, better known as Richard Yu in the world, said in a recent interview that the company still hopes to return Google services to its smartphones.
Recall last week, the flagship smartphones of the Huawei P40 line out of the box are equipped with their own set of services Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), as well as the AppGallery application store. In an interview with the American publication Wired, Yu Chengdong said that cooperation with various American companies, including Google, has always been mutually beneficial, so Huawei is still hoping to continue cooperation with Google after the lifting of US sanctions.
Yu Chengdong noted that the company wants to provide users with a wider choice, offering them both its services and application store, as well as Google services and the Google Play store.
Currently, more and more popular applications are appearing in the AppGallery application store, so in the foreseeable future this store will become a worthy alternative to Google Play.