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Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro finally goes on sale in the UK but without Google apps

It’s been a long time coming for Huawei fans in the UK but today the Chinese electronics giant has announced that its Mate 30 Pro (4G variant only) flagship will finally go on sale in the region,
Huawei will release the Mate 30 Pro in the U.K. … without Google apps

Huawei will release the Mate 30 Pro in the U.K. … without Google apps

Huawei is set to release the excellent Mate 30 Pro smartphone in the U.K., but without Google Play on board.
Huawei is releasing the Mate 30 Pro in the UK, months late and with no Google services

Huawei is releasing the Mate 30 Pro in the UK, months late and with no Google services

The Mate 30 Pro was first unveiled in September last year, and it's another hugely impressive piece of kit from Chinese tech giant Huawei. The problem is, few people outside of China have had the

Huawei says it may ‘never’ return to using Google apps on its phones, even if the ban is lifted

In a recent post, I asked if Huawei is still relevant in the west considering that the US ban is still in effect but maybe the better question to ask would have been if Huawei would return to using

[Poll] With the US ban still in effect, is Huawei still relevant in western markets?

Flashback two years ago and Huawei was attempting to crack the US market with its very impressive Mate 10 Pro, aided by AT&T and Verizon. Huawei’s Richard Yu had planned to announce carrier

Best wireless chargers under $20

Wireless charging is more popular than ever, and we’re finally starting to see most new phones support some kind of wireless charging standard. Qi charging seems like its won that battle, and now you

Huawei’s Richard Yu confirms P40 Pro to launch in March next year without Google apps

It’s just a couple of months since Huawei launched the Mate 30 Pro in Munich, Germany, a phone that was pretty much universally accepted as being outstanding with a single, fatal flaw – the

Huawei doesn’t need US hardware after all

By now you’ve surely heard about Huawei’s trade ban and sanctions from the US government. That’s made the rounds all year in news headlines, and it was a pretty reasonable expectation that the trade
Huawei Mate 30 Pro finally arrives in Europe with a big asterisk – no Google services

Huawei Mate 30 Pro finally arrives in Europe with a big asterisk – no Google services

Six months after the US banned companies here (like Google) from doing business with China-based telecommunications giant Huawei, the two countries are still no closer to burying the hatchet and

Huawei to bypass US ban on accessing Play Store Services by developing HMS Core

Great hardware, shame about the crippled software, seems to be the overall sentiment regarding Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro. The lack of Google apps and services makes it almost impossible to recommend to

US companies will be able to trade with Huawei again soon, supposedly

Huawei’s rough-and-tumble ride through US trade bans and sanctions have been back and forth over the last few months, although we’re currently in a situation where US companies are barred from dealing
Huawei Mate 30 Pro rumored to launch in mid-November in major European markets

Huawei Mate 30 Pro rumored to launch in mid-November in major European markets

Huawei rushed its Mate 30 announcement this year, unveiling the new flagship just days after Apple took the stage to announce the iPhone 11. The Mate 30 Pro was officially introduced just a day before
Huawei Mate X arrives in China as firm celebrates record total phone shipments

Huawei Mate X arrives in China as firm celebrates record total phone shipments

The Huawei Mate X folding phone has received a launch date, but only for China, as the company celebrates reaching 200 million phone shipments in 2020 already.
Huawei is about to unveil an all-screen phone design like nothing we’ve ever seen before

Huawei is about to unveil an all-screen phone design like nothing we’ve ever seen before

Huawei recently unveiled the Mate 30 series, which includes the Mate 30 Pro flagship that’s supposed to compete directly against flagship phones like the iPhone 11 and Galaxy Note 10. However, the

Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro is failing SafetyNet certification as the Google Apps workaround suffers a Jimmy-Hoffa type demise

Launching a flagship smartphone without the Google Play Store and the associated apps and services provided by the search giant was always going to be a risky endeavor, but Huawei went ahead and
Mysterious Google App Installer for Huawei Mate 30 Has Already Vanished

Mysterious Google App Installer for Huawei Mate 30 Has Already Vanished

LZPlay and its website have vanished after developers began asking questions about how the app worked its Google-installing magic. The post Mysterious Google App Installer for Huawei Mate 30 Has

Huawei's Mate 30 loses workaround for installing Google apps

A workaround that enabled Huawei's Mate 30 devices to install Google's Play Store and other apps has been shut down. LZ Play, an app that promised to allow users to run the apps they know and love,
Huawei Mate30 loses SafetyNet certification, Google Apps install workaround

Huawei Mate30 loses SafetyNet certification, Google Apps install workaround

Update 1: 2019/10/01 1:02pm PDT Shortly after publication, our friends at Android Central noticed that the Huawei Mate 30 no longer passes Google's SafetyNet security test:Soooo uhh this is
Apple iPhone 11 Pro vs. Huawei Mate 30 Pro camera shootout: Pro power struggle

Apple iPhone 11 Pro vs. Huawei Mate 30 Pro camera shootout: Pro power struggle

The Apple iPhone 11 Pro and the Huawei Mate 30 Pro are two of the very latest smartphones, and both boast amazing camera systems; but which one takes our favorite photos?

DxOMark proclaims Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro as the new king of smartphone photography

It may not have Google apps or services installed, but judging by its being awarded the top spot on the DxOMark scoreboard, Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro would seem to be an even greater photography powerhouse