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The Huawei Mate 40 series is official, still crippled by lack of Google apps – Android Police

At an online launch event today, Huawei CEO Richard Yu took to the stage to unveil the embattled Chinese company’s latest flagship smartphone lineup. The

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At an online launch event today, Huawei CEO Richard Yu took to the stage to unveil the embattled Chinese company’s latest flagship smartphone lineup. The Mate 40 series is without Google apps and services, and Huawei’s App Gallery is also without a variety of other popular apps. So while the hardware is undoubtedly impressive, it’s hard to get excited about a pair of devices that won’t mean much to western audiences.
The Mate 40 series is powered by Huawei’s new 5nm Kirin 9000 5G chip, but if rumors…

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