Whatever happens with Google, Huawei's mobile services are here to stay



Huawei is one of the mobile companies with the largest presence in Spain, facing a complex situation since last year following Donald Trump's ban that prevented Huawei from including Google's apps and services within its mobile devices and ended up betting on its own Huawei mobile services.

In recent hours, and with doubts about what will happen to Trump's veto if Biden wins the presidency in the United States, one of the most appealed questions at Huawei's latest press conference in Spain has been if they are expected to return to Google. The company is pretty clear about it.

Whether Biden or Trump wins don't matter, Huawei's bet is irreversible

America's veto for Huawei came through an executive order from then-President Donald Trump. In the face of such an order, many people have assumed that if Biden ended up being president of the United States, that order could be annulled, allowing Huawei to return to work with Google.

To this day it is an issue that does not end up being entirely clear since the executive order could also be maintained by being Biden in the presidency. At Huawei's last press conference in Spain, it was a common question, and Huawei's answer has been clear.



To this day, the Chinese giant is unclear what will happen to Google, and they believe that if the door opens they would consider including their services within the ecosystem at Huawei. However, this possibility does not affect Huawei's plans.

The company acknowledges that when last year she was forced to make a decision, it was tough but firm. Return or not Google to Huawei, HMS is going to be the top priority for Huawei and they will continue to invest as a priority in their own ecosystem.

Looking to a future with more manufacturers betting on Huawei's mobile services

Faced with the question of the firm commitment to HMS, Pablo Wang, Country Manager of Huawei Spain decided to make an extra note, indicating that Huawei's purpose is not only to have its own ecosystem for themselves, but also intend to go a step further by allowing us not to consider whether Huawei uses Google services in the future, but whether other users may wonder if mobile can incorporate Huawei's mobile services.



From The Free Android, we were able to ask Huawei if any Android manufacturer has the possibility to incorporate Huawei mobile services by pre-installing them on their smartphones. The answer was positive, and beyond that, we can install mobile services within any smartphone, the company insists that HMS is an open ecosystem and any Android manufacturer can collaborate with Huawei to pre-install its mobile services.

In addition to mobile manufacturers, Huawei is betting heavily on the Spanish market, gaining strong partners in the industry. One of the latest agreements is with the Spanish company Cecotec, which will integrate its applications in App Gallery with Huawei mobile services. The company also boasts that 95% of the top 150 most downloaded applications in Spain are already inside App Gallery, with the presence of banking, government or companies such as Renfe.

The numbers are promising, but the biggest challenge is whether the remaining 5% has more weight than 95% achieved.

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