The Honor brand, which has left Huawei, will soon be free of US sanctions. The company is reportedly preparing to offer a new line of smartphones that can access Google services.
Following US sanctions in 2019, Huawei and Honor-branded smartphones were deprived of Google apps and services. It seems that Honor, which has left Huawei, will soon be free of this clamp.
Honor, which has started to operate as an independent company, is preparing to offer a new line of smartphones that can provide access to Google services. There’s more. The company will also be able to supply components from American companies.
Negotiations with Qualcomm begin
Honor has begun active talks with American chipmaker Qualcomm over the acquisition of processors that support 5G technology. On new smartphones, the Huawei AppGallery app store will be replaced by the Google Play Store. But Huawei’s app store will continue to exist on models previously available for sale.
The new Series of Honor smartphones with Google apps and services could be announced this spring, it has been reported. Let’s also mention that Honor, Huawei and Google officials have declined to comment on the issue.