RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Reuters has disclosed that Huawei's next top of the line smartphone, the Mate 30, will not be allowed to use Google's apps and services or even the Android system. Confirmation was made by a Google spokesman, stating the situation is the result of Huawei's inclusion in the US 'black list'.
Huawei was prevented from acquiring services and equipment from US companies in late May, with the license granted at the time and so far has seen no change to ensure use of Android in the Mate 30. This is because it is a . . .