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Huawei cannot use Google services for new smartphones, prohibiting a sanction from the US government, allowing Huawei to work with US companies like Google only to a very limited extent. And yet the company recently introduced new smartphones that are equipped with Google applications and are available in Germany and Europe. Huawei has to do this, however […]


Huawei cannot use Google services for new smartphones, prohibiting a sanction from the US government, allowing Huawei to work with US companies like Google only to a very limited extent. And yet the company recently introduced new smartphones that are equipped with Google applications and are available in Germany and Europe. However, Huawei has to use a little trick to do this, since the actual new devices with Google services have not been around for a long time.

Just a few days ago, the Huawei subsidiary presented its new 9X for Europe. At least one would think that the name is correct and the look is quite similar to that of the Chinese Honor 9X. The Chinese 9X isn’t a unique world first either, but the integrated Kirin 810 processor makes the difference. The much newer processor is not in the European 9X, instead we are offered a heated Huawei P Smart Z due to the Kirin 710F. Also, the fingerprint sensor is outdated on the back of the European 9X.

Huawei is heating up old hardware

Huawei also relies on “old hardware” for the Nova 5T, which can be classified in the upper middle class due to the Kirin 980. Basically an interesting and attractive Android smartphone, but not entirely new to us. Huawei already has this almost identical smartphone under construction, namely the Honor 20. Despite the US sanctions, are there any new Huawei smartphones with Google apps? No it’s not true. You can only talk about what’s new with the Mate 30 series, which is known to have no Google apps and services on board.

Currently, Huawei is still somehow making its way with old hardware in new packaging to remain present in markets like Europe, even though they can’t actually offer new devices here. In any case, the devices would not get much attention in Europe without Google services. I am confident that sales for the last quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020 will reflect the Trump administration sanctions, as long as the current situation does not change.