Honor is Bringing Back Google Services to its Smartphones Starting With Honor 50

Honor 50 series is confirmed to ship with Google Mobile Services.

Honor 50

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is all set to launch a new smartphone in the global market. Yes! We are talking about the highly speculated Honor 50 series, recently the company has confirmed that the handset will be powered by the newly launched Snapdragon 778G SoC. In the latest development, Honor has confirmed that the upcoming smartphone series is going to ship with Google Mobile Services (GMS). The company has confirmed the news on its official Twitter handle, let’s have a closer look at the official confirmation.

Honor 50 Series Confirmed to Launch With Google Mobile Services

According to the latest report, Honor Germany has confirmed the news on its official Twitter handle. Last week the company shared a tweet about the upcoming Snapdragon 778 smartphone and in the same thread, a user asked a question about the handset. Replying to the comment Honor made it clear that the device is going to ship with Google services. Alongside, it has also confirmed that the Honor 50 series will retain the Magic UI along with some added features.

This seems to be good news for Honor fans across the globe and Honor 50 will be the first phone from the brands with Google Mobile service post the US-imposed ban on Huawei in May 2019. Just to recall, last year Huawei sold Honor to Zhixin New Information Technology. It is a consortium formed by dealers and agents of HOnor and Shenzhen Smart City Development Group Co. Ltd.

Since the owner of the company changed last year, the brand was in talks with Google and Qualcomm for the business. The recent announcement confirmed that the talks went well for the brand and that’s the reason the upcoming Honor 50 series is coming with the Qualcomm chipset and Google services. Do share your thoughts about the upcoming Honor 50 series in the comment section below.

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