There wasn’t a shadow of a doubt that HUAWEI’s latest flagship, the Mate 30 Pro, would be a photography powerhouse. This is HUAWEI after all. Churning out smartphones with insane camera specs is almost customary for the company, and expectancy from the global tech scene was at an all time high when Richard Yu took to stage in Munich to reveal the new devices.
Addressing the elephant in the room: The Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 don’t have Google Play Services as a result of the ongoing spat between Trump and China. Users now have to rely on the Huawei App Gallery to download apps and services.
As for existing apps that can solely be found on Google Play Services like Instagram and Facebook, logging in via browser is the momentary solution before a concrete workaround comes by.
Interestingly, HUAWEI has adopted a crowd-sourcing approach to flood its App Gallery with new apps and products. The offer is lucrative as it’s offering up its most valuable 5G…