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You can still use Huawei Mate 40 Pro + Google services after switching to HarmonyOS

Even after updating to HarmonyOS, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro + is compatible with Google services. A user has shared a photo of the operating system on his smartphone, with the Play Store open. A surprise for those who have already said goodbye to Google apps.

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For a few days, Huawei has released the HarmonyOS beta. Opportunity to see what users can expect. The first income is also gross Rather positive. Some users report that the operating system is relatively good, smooth, and without major problems. Others do not hesitate to say that he is equal Very pleasant to handle qu’Android.

However, many owners of Huawei smartphones who received the notification are reluctant to install the update. This is for a simple reason: not everyone is ready Drop Google services immediately, Which has been in use for many years, and they are an integral part of Android. Also, the question arises: what will happen to these services, applications and other small habits once the operating system is changed?

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HarmonyOS… but with Google services

Surprisingly, in the end, it seems that some users do not have much changes. At least they have moved from one operating system to another, but once HarmonyOS is installed, Always access Google services. It actually shows a member of Weibo, the owner of a Huawei Mate 40 Pro +. The latter shares several screen shots, where he opens Google Apps, including the Play Store and his account page.

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This does not explain the issue, as Hawaii has not yet warned anyone that it can use Google services with Harmonios’ beta. We still do not know if this will last The Huawei P50 is the first smartphone under HarmonyOS, Can also be used when it is released. It remains to be seen whether this will apply to all Huawei devices, or the Huawei Mate 40 Pro +. If you are still hesitant to update, it may be time to find out.

Source: Kitchena