Huawei users lose access to install Google apps

BEIJING: The newly launches series of Huawei phones, Mate 30, have lost their access to manually install Google’s Android application.
As previously announced, Huawei planned to forge ahead with the launch of new high-end smartphones in Europe without the services of Google’s official Android operating system. 
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According to details, the users of Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro were able to manually download and install Google apps, despite a US blacklisting that prohibits the Chinese company from using American components and software.
Bloomberg said that but in the wake of the revelations, the Mate 30 devices, made to work on new 5G mobile networks, lost their clearance to manually install Android apps, as reported by a number of smart-phone experts.
The Mate 30 is Huawei’s first major flagship smartphone launched last month, since US President Donald Trump’s administration effectively blacklisted the company in mid-May, alleging it is involved in activities that compromise US national security, a charge the company denies.
The latest handset is now on sale in the company’s home market of China, though it has yet to be released in Europe.
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