Huawei launches its new Mate 30 flagship smartphone without Google-licensed apps
Chinese tech giant Huawei launched a new 5G flagship smartphone on Thursday. The company launched Mate 30 flagship smartphone without pre-installed Google-licensed apps as it was unable to launch the phone with the latest version of Android due to the sanctions imposed by the US. Huawei launched Mate 30 series in Munich with its own Android-based interface called EMUI10. The phone comes without apps like Gmail and maps.