Honor 50 will receive Google services
It seems that after last year's sale of the Honor brand to Huawei, this first company ultimately got rid of the problems it faced as a result of the US sanctions. The first smartphone in many years that will use Google services will soon go on sale.
For several months, Huawei and Honor smartphones could not use supplies from American concerns, as well as offer Google services on their smartphones - this is obviously the result of the sanctions imposed on these two US companies.
However, the situation began to change with the sale of the Huawei brand to another person - a few days ago, Honor announced that the upcoming smartphone - Honor 50, will receive Qualcomm's Snapdragon 778g processor, thanks to a new agreement signed by the Chinese company.
Now it's time for another groundbreaking announcement - this same hardware will be the first Honor-branded mobile device in years to get a full system Android with Google services enabled. Representatives of this company announced this on Twitter, at the same time confirming that the smartphone also uses the proprietary Magic UI shell.