So is it worth changing a Huawei with Google to one with the brand’s new software? Many people have been asking this question since the introduction of the new software to their mobile devices in Spain. A difficult election. The time will come to find out if Mountain View will lose its American services forever.
HarmonyOS 2.0… With Google?
Truth is, this question is the most popular on the net looking for an answer. The truth is that it all depends on what mobile device you hold. That is, as much as Huawei’s own app store is giving the best of itself, there are still many users who are trying to find a way to install the services of the American company (GMS) on their smartphones.
Currently, 134,000 apps are available in the Chinese company’s application store, as well as more than 4,000,000 registered developers. However, going back to the main question, the main problem is that nobody wants to lose the apps and their data when updating to the version HarmonyOS 2.0.
Once again, the turning point will be the US veto on Huawei. This means that only those devices that have updated to the Asian brand’s operating system will be able maintain the services. These devices will be able to continue to use Google Maps and Gmail. However, there is a small “catch”, because for this the smartphone would have to have come out before the P30 series, as they were the last models to have the necessary certificates to continue to maintain the GMS.
As we mentioned, there is an alternative to downgrading the smartphone to a prior version. In this case, EMUI 11. You won’t lose any data or settings from the mobile apps that you use to do this. Upgrade. Therefore, it is clear that the new terminals of the Asian manufacturer from the veto they will not have Google, and much less those phones that have already come out in the middle of 2021 with HarmonyOS as standard as the Huawei P50.