Huawei’s subbrand Honor might bring the first smartphone to have Google services again with V40 5G. Huawei has been suffering the constant misfortunes of US vetoes. The recent sale of the brand has finally led Huawei to full independence, this way the company will manage to dodge the restrictions that are still present.
While the loss of Qualcomm chips seemed to be not so great, the damage was done significantly with Google services. Huawei was still able to use Android because it is an open source operating system.
Honor V40 5G might come with Google services once again
So, according to the latest reports, it seems that the company is already preparing to make its comeback in style, with the imminent unveiling of what looks set to be its next flagship, the Honor V40 5G.
With a leaked unveiling date for tomorrow, this smartphone is expected to feature a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+, a 6.72-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a dual selfie camera with 32MP and 16MP lenses, a rear panel on which will highlight a four-camera setup led by a 50MP main sensor. The rumors indicate that it will have a battery with the addition of a 66W wired fast charging system and 55W wireless charging.
However, the highlight of the Honor V40 5G is that it aims to be the first Honor phone to feature Google services once again, making it a more viable option for markets outside of China. With a still uncertain future for Huawei, the return to Google services could raise Honor’s profile to make it one of the most popular rivals for all brands.