No access to WhatsApp, Instagram, Gmail -Huawei fans to look for alternative in the new Mate 30 Pro Smartphone

Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Image|Courtesy
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Lovers of Huawei Smartphone could be left with no option but to look for an alternative of accessing Google Apps.

This comes even after the company launched a new Huawei Mate 30 Pro Smartphone without Google Play Store.

The launch which happend in Munich on Friday saw th company avoid mentioning the details of Mate 30 Pro Software.

Chief Executive Officer to Huawei Consumer Business Group Richard Yu,emphased more on the hardware features during the launch, which included a new quadruple-lens rear camera.

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Yu mentiond a little bit of the phone's app store, known as AppGallery, saying it will serve as an alternative to the Google Play Store.

The mirror report that initially, AppGallery has shown a number of omissions, such as WhatsApp and Instagram .

Huawei was banned from using android operating system by the US government in May, amid allegations that the company was a threat to US national security .

In July, US President Donald Trump directed the issuance of a temporary licence which was renewed again towards the end of August, allowing Huawei to maintain existing devices.

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The OS run by Google, is allowed on the Mate 30 line of devices as an open-source, but without access to the Google Play Store.

The company also filed an application in July seeking to register the name “Harmony”, which will be used for its mobile and computer operating systems.

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