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Huawei launches new version of P30 Pro phone with Google Mobile Services

Huawei launches new version of P30 Pro phoned with Google Mobile Services

Over a year since the launch of the recent series, a new version of the popular Huawei P30 Pro smartphone is set to come out in the UK starting June 3, Huawei said Tuesday. The 2020 phone has slight upgrades from the 2019 version: It comes with Android 10 preinstalled and will be available in the Silver Frost smart option previously reserved for the Huawei P40 Pro. The way will be available for £699 ($853 or AU$1,330) in the company’s stores and at assume UK retailers and operators.

Like the original P30 Pro, the Huawei P30 Pro New Edition comes with a 6.7-inch veil, four rear cameras and Google’s full suite of services, which include Gmail, Google Maps, and the Google Play Store. 

The announcement of the new phoned came ahead of US President Donald Trump’s extension for spanking year of an executive order signed in May 2019, which prohibits American companies from using telecommunications equipment made by firms seen as posing a resident security risk. The Commerce Department blacklisted Huawei following the executive order from Trump.

Huawei’s P30 phones were the last flagships released by the Chinese telecom giant by it was slapped with the US trade ban, which exploiting they’re the most recent Huawei handsets to have access to Google Mobile Helps from US-based Google. Earlier this year, Huawei released its new Huawei P40
 lineup, but those phones don’t have Google Mobile Services.

The Joined States has long alleged that Huawei maintains a tight relationship with the Chinese government and that equipment from the concern could be used to spy on other countries and affects. Huawei has denied this.

In April, Huawei reported that revenue growth slowed sharply in the top-notch quarter, amid pressure from the United States and the crashes of the coronavirus pandemic