As its mobile phones are no longer supported by Google Mobile Services (GMS), the top priority for huawei right now is to build out HMS, the Huawei Mobile Services. Huawei said that its resolution for 2020 was to build powerful HMS and Hongmeng ecosystems, with survival as the bottom line and priority given to overseas ecosystem problems. Then, what is the breakthrough for Huawei’s HMS ecosystem?
Its reported that Turkish telecommunications company Turkcell has signed a deal with Huawei to use the HMS ecosystem in its customer services. This company plans to sell 1 million mobile phones with HMS applications. As part of the collaboration efforts, Turkcell has begun integrating HMS into nearly 30 smartphone applications, which will be available in stores and online channels in early April.
As we all know, Huawei was banned from working with Google as early as last May, and Huawei mate 30 Pro was the first mobile phone without GMS, installed with HMS services and an AppGallery store instead of the Google Play store.
In order to build the HMS ecosystem, Huawei invested $ 1 billion last year to attract global developers to join its efforts to build the Hongmeng ecosystem. Besides, its also provided extended support for developers and consumers, including maps, in-app purchases, and machine learning.
Recently, Huawei has revealed HMS Core 4.0, a collection of open capabilities of Huawei terminal cloud services and mobile services. As a platform that provides basic services for application development, it can help developers with fast development and growth, and flexible cash flow, allowing smart distribution of single-point access to all global scenarios and terminals.
In addition, it was confirmed that no phones with GMS would be included in huawei P40 series to be released this March. It seems that the ban from using GMS has served Huawei well.
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