Huawei P30 Lite (2020) coming to Europe – may use Google Apps

huawei p30 lite

According to well-informed insiders, Huawei wants to bring the P30 Lite to Europe in a new 2020 edition. From recent unconfirmed reports, the Chinese manufacturer will release Huawei P30 Lite (2020) sometime next year. Although this is not the first time that Huawei will have such a smartphone, its idea is quite clear. If Huawei releases a 2020 version of Huawei P30 Lite, it may still be able to use Google’s services in the original Huawei P30 Lite. This means that the Huawei P30 Lite (2020) will probably come with Google Mobile Services (GMS). Huawei is aiming to use Google’s services without having to require a new Android license from Google for new hardware.

Huawei P30 Lite

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Since May 2019, the US banned Huawei and other Chinese companies from using US technology. Since then, Huawei has not been allowed to work with US companies without restrictions. Huawei is therefore affected by completely new devices for which there are currently no Google apps.

Huawei plans to launch P30 Lite again

As mentioned earlier, the report on the P30 Lite (2020) is over the web. This Android smartphone should find its way to Europe and the target price is €349. There are also reports that this device will be available in Blue and Breathing Crystal. As of now, there are no other details of this smartphone. However, the Chinese manufacturer could hardly change much.

It is not the first time a new edition of a popular P Lite model will be re-introduced to the market. This strategy worked well with the P8 Lite, which was later reissued as P8 Lite (2017) with a little more memory. However, Huawei can not change much on the P30 Lite. It is already well-positioned with a 48MP camera and 128GB memory. So we have to wait and see what the company will add. Most recently, Huawei introduced the P30 in new colors.

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