Huawei Invests US$1B To Create Apps, Says More Android Programs Can Work On New Phones From Q1 2020

Before this May, Huawei was slapped with a US trade ban, and that limited it from incorporating Google programs and solutions in its smartphones, beginning with its Mate 30 series.

Adhering to the large scale ban, Huawei obtained a 90-day license expansion , permitting it to continue to conduct business with American companies.

In a press statement, the Chinese technology giant said that the transfer”will not have a significant effect on Huawei’s company either way” and”doesn’t alter the simple fact that Huawei is still treated satisfactorily either”.

To add on, Huawei will be able to provide Android programmers a complete assortment of the fundamental mobile services needed for their programs, such as those provided by Google.

This usually means that more Android programs are going to have the ability to work on fresh Huawei phones irrespective of the continuing US trade ban.

According to Zhang, Huawei will have all the crucial software programming interface (API) demanded by programmers to create their programs work by another quarter.

It’s set apart a US$1 billion (S$1.36 billion) fund to help developers build programs that integrate with Huawei Mobile Services, and to print and promote the programs in its program shop.

Huawei will also just charge developers 15 percent for purchases made by consumers in AppGallery, compared to Google’s 30 percent.

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Jennifer Haskin

Jennifer Haskin

Jennifer Haskin, a part-time writer and full time Android enthusiast. She specializes in Rooting, unlocking & modding. When he isn't writing you can find her making some custom roms for newly-launched android smartphones. She is an introvert but surely an extrovert while crafting the articles.

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