For Huawei, in addition to the main chip to strive for self-study, the operating system is also the same, in order to give Harmony greater development, it began to promote the HMS ecosystem around the world. In an interview with GadgetMatch, Yu chengdong revealed that some commonly used social media apps, such as Facebook and Twitter, should soon appear on Huawei’s App Gallery, according tomedia reports.
Mr Yu also said they would seek to bring more mainstream apps into Huawei’s app stores, such as Instagram. All three apps now need to be downloaded through Google Play and rely on Google’s service framework to run.
The impact of such news is enormous, which is crucial to Huawei’s first overseas sales. Previously, for various reasons, Google cancelled Huawei’s GMS suite licensing, and foreign users for this suite is very important, just like domestic users look at QQ, WeChat and so on.
Some analysts say that with these basic app support, Huawei’s handsets will do better in overseas markets, and their voice will continue to rise.
Earlier news that Huawei’s P40 series will be released in Paris on March 26, Yu Chengdong revealed that will undoubtedly increase the P40 series sales in overseas markets.