Honor CEO says future devices will have Google services
After Honor's separation from Huawei, everyone was wondering if the company's future phones would be allowed to partner with Google and have its services installed. Now the CEO, George Zhao, clears the air and says that there's no reason for the company not to partner up with Google again.
So far, the company has confirmed partnerships with Intel, AMD, Qualcomm and MediaTek with Google being the most major name missing from the list. In an interview for South China Morning Post, the company's CEO said that the two tech firms are already in talks.
However, that doesn't clarify whether the recently launched Honor V40 will get a global version with Google services. We should know soon enough though.
Hopefully phones without GMS will get new updates.
- 03 Mar 2021
Waze is owned by Google I believe
- 02 Feb 2021
I couldn't care less... Honor / Huawei are the best product. Google sercvices are not welcomed and Google must by loaw cooperate with US authorities. You know in the EU, it#s safer to own a chinese phone than anything related to the US.
- 01 Feb 2021