Google appears to be demanding a new branding from Android makers, clearly indicating Google apps on the device’s packaging.
Obviously, Google is giving its partners a new stipulation; manufacturers will have to put clear letters on their packaging. You first saw the new branding on the packaging of Xiaomi’s Mi 10 series. Since then, OnePlus has mainly introduced new hardware, the packaging of which also bears the Google logo. It doesn’t seem like manufacturers are suddenly doing that of their own free will.
“With easy access to the Google applications you use the most.”
Huawei is pushing its own smartphones around the world by having the AppGallery and other newer mobile services from Huawei. Google is no longer used in Huawei smartphones, but the manufacturer still relies on Google’s free Android operating system. A really difficult matter to understand for people who do not deal with this topic every day.
So much the better, Google seems to want to point out which Android devices continue to have the real Android experience, including Google apps, which has been known for years. Google Play services are required for some system functions, they enable Google Pay, and people can hardly get by without YouTube today. All of this is available from almost every Android manufacturer, and Google wants to bring this to the fore.