Huawei is set to partner with India’s Indus OS, whose 400,000 local app will be a replacement for Google’s GMS and Play stores. With huawei officially launching HMS Mobile Services and App Gallery App Store in Europe late last month, Huawei has launched a global offensive to seek cooperation to expand hmS Ecology, and is now working with India, the world’s second-largest smartphone market.
Huawei is in talks with India’s Indus OS, where app store App Bazaar is popular locally and has more than 400,000 app apps in 12 local languages, according tomedia.
Interestingly, Indus OS is also well-connected with Samsung, which invested $5.75 million in 2019 to acquire a 20 percent stake in OSLabs, the company behind Indus OS, and Samsung’s Galaxy Store in India. Store support for OS.
Huawei’s partnership with Indus OS will help solve the problem of the Indian market without the Google Store and GMS, and revive the sale of Huawei and glory-branded handsets in the Indian market.
At present, the negotiations between the two sides have not been finally announced, once the cooperation is reached, the two sides will first india market cooperation, if smooth this model will be pushed to the world.