(-) – Honor has confirmed that its upcoming handset collection may have Google apps pre-installed.
Having been blacklisted by the US authorities together with then father or mother firm Huawei, the model was equally hit with bans that prevented US corporations – similar to Google – from working with it. Nonetheless, Honor was bought by Huawei and is now a standalone telephone producer, enabling it to technically escape the US Entity Record.
This could result in a return of Google’s first-party apps on its future handsets – beginning with the Honor 50 collection.
The corporate’s German department not too long ago replied to a query on Twitter asking if Google servies will seem on the telephone(s). It mentioned (as translated), “Sure, we are able to affirm that. However pssst, there ought to be one other shock.”
The reply has since been deleted, however not earlier than Android Central took a screengrab.
The Honor 50 collection shall be among the many first to run on the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset.
It’s also rumoured to be coming with a dual-ring digicam system.
Contemplating the corporate is ramping up official tweets in regards to the new telephone collection, we must always see it launched fairly quickly. There aren’t any set dates for an occasion but, nevertheless, so watch this house.
Writing by Rik Henderson.