With the sale of Honor, Huawei has opened up the possibility of reintegrating Google services, and Kommersant knows the new GMS models could come as early as spring.
The Kommersant understandably watches with special interest the position of Honor, which is now independent, at least on paper, given that it is the second largest brand in the Russian market after Samsung in terms of sales and the third in terms of revenue, followed by Apple and Samsung. A Russian newspaper known for its reliability knows that Honor will be able to return to the Russian and European markets, which are particularly sensitive to this, with devices offering the Google framework and software package in the spring.
The Honor 20e was the manufacturer’s last device to be marketed with Google services.
At the same time, access to Huawei’s own ecosystem and the Huawei App Gallery, on which the manufacturer has worked extensively, becomes difficult on these devices, but it is obviously a priority to correct sales figures for GMM-free intermezzo and regain a stable market presence. The Honor V40 will probably still be HMS-based, but Kommersant knows that models coming in the spring, such as the X11 and Honor 40, will once again have search giant services available.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.
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