Huawei said last year that U.S ban will not affect Huawei very much, and Huawei will sell their products and services in other markets but even after the ban has lifted, Huawei is not able to use Google services in their upcoming smartphones. Rumored had also come that Huawei P40 Pro will be devoid of Google apps and services.
Huawei will now use TomTom's maps, navigation, traffic and their software to replace Google Maps on their smartphones. In short, Huawei will use TomTom services to replace Google Maps in their upcoming smartphones.
According to some reports, Huawei will use TomTom's software to build their own Maps application in their smartphones. Huawei Maps application may be named as "Huawei Maps" and it will compete with Google Maps.
It is a big move from Huawei, to take on the rival companies providing a Map application with their new version of “Huawei Maps,” We are excited to see what the company could do with this new application, comment down below and let us know your thoughts below.
It is a good move from Huawei as they are providing a Map application "Huawei Maps" and this will compete other rival companies. "Huawei Maps" can also help other smartphone companies.