The Honor V30 Pro is one of the best smartphones you can't have outside of China but according to MySmartPrice, that's about to change. Sort of.
The lack of Google services is the main reason for that but Huawei says it's ready to launch its substitute - HMS (Huawei Mobile Services). The services would be ready to launch next week and the first phones to run it are the Honor V30 and V30 Pro. They will debut in Europe packed with home-baked services including Huawei ID, Huawei Mobile Cloud, Huawei AppGallery, Huawei Video, Huawei Themes, Huawei ScreenMagazine, and Huawei Browser.
We should expect HMS to make it to other Huawei and Honor phones too and we suspect the Mate 30 Pro would be one of them. Still, you'd have to find a way to live without GMS, which might be a challenge.
HMS will succeed, just give it a bit of time to mature. Huawei also needs to push HMS as a free service to other Android phones to spread the word. Google charges $60 per phone, so as HMS gets close to Google, watch out...
They said 5% in their IPO ... where did you get your figure from, source link?
Phones with GMS also have HMS, at least my P30 Pro.