Huawei sets out its post-Google plans with release of HMS Core 4.0
Huawei has unveiled further details about its replacements to Google’s services as it prepares to lose access following US sanctions.
During an event in London, Huawei made its pitch as to why developers should port their apps to HMS (Huawei Mobile Services).
The first reason is a cash incentive. Huawei announced that it will use a pot of £20 million ($26 million) to help persuade developers to bring their apps to HMS.
Anson Zhang, MD of Huawei UK, said: "We have announced our £20...