Honor is moving fast, the company negotiates with Google to be able to reuse its services in smartphones. Huawei’s managers decided to sell the subbrand and thus it turned into a separate and independent brand. The main objective, of course, was to be able to recover the apps and services that Huawei lost with the veto imposed by Donald Trump.
Honor is hoping to bring Google services back to its phones
Now the head of the company has indicated that the company is already in negotiations with Google to be able to access these applications and services, which they hope to recover “in the near future”.
George Zhao, CEO of Honor, explained in an interview that he was in talks with Google executives to continue that collaboration in the near future.
This means that those smartphones could soon have again applications such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, etc. Of course, these devices will be able to access to Play Store. The company is also making a move in the semiconductor field, where it already has agreements with AMD and Qualcomm.
Although there is no specific date for Play Store’s return, there is speculation that it will happen this summer with the arrival of the recently leaked Honor View 40 to the global market.