While belonging to Huawei, Honor was forced to launch new devices without the popular Google services. Now, with the sale of the brand to another company, a change is imminent that will especially please European buyers.
As reported by the Russian newspaper Kommersant, Honor is developing new smartphones with Google services. It means that we will soon see YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps and others installed at the factory on Honor equipment.
Honor V40 will still arrive without Google services
The first smartphone after the separation of Huawei and Honor will be revealed next January 22. There we will officially get to know the Honor V40 that will fight in the top-of-the-range market.
This model, however, will still arrive without the services of Google. Apparently, the Honor V40 will continue to rely on Huawei Mobile Services, because its development will still have started under the purview of Huawei.
Thus, the resumption of relations between Honor and Google will only bear fruit in the next revelations of the Asian company. The first models to arrive with American services should be the Honor 40 and Honor X11.
In addition, there is the expected partnership between Honor and Qualcomm for the use of Snapdragon processors. This means that Honor’s next devices will have great advantages to be relevant again in the European market.
Honor’s current models will remain with HMS
Sources close to the brand say that Honor models already on the market will continue to use Huawei’s services. Despite the resumption of relations with Google, the models launched to date will remain barred from using the American services.
This set of applications will be exclusive to the models that Honor will launch from now on. It remains to be seen if this will be enough for the brand to recover the glow it had achieved in our market.
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