For several months, Huawei has been the victim of US sanctions. Preparing for a possible ban of Android on its devices, the Chinese company designed HarmonyOS, which could be used by Xiaomi. But the most difficult for the Chinese company to manage is the ban on Google applications for its smartphones, such as the Play Store. Sanctions applied to its former subsidiary, Honor, now separated to chart its own course. Released from its parent company, is the firm still under American sanctions? No, answers Honor’s German account. Google applications will be preinstalled on their smartphones. Good news for the company and the consumers!
If Honor’s tweet was deleted, GizmoChina was able to retrieve a screenshot. The brand’s official German account was responding to a customer questioning the presence of Google applications for the next range. Honor’s response: ” Yes we can confirm it “. TechRadar for its part sought to join the Chinese firm, without success. As Google services are an integral part of the Android experience, their presence for Honor smartphones is an additional argument. Until now, the company has been a collateral victim of the sanctions against its owner, Huawei. Honor is now ready to stand on its own two feet …