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  • 6 best Huawei phones, from high-end models to photography-focused handsets

     Hunzala updated 1 month ago 2 Members · 2 Posts
  • Japo_Japo

    September 18, 2021 at 10:18 am

    Over the past decade, Huawei has evolved from a relatively obscure Chinese technology company into a household name. In 2019, the firm reached global prominence when it overtook Apple as the world’s second-biggest phone maker.

    But Huawei’s fortunes drastically changed that same year when the US government, led by former President Donald Trump, announced a trade ban against the company amid rising tensions with China. As a result, Huawei devices no longer come with Google services like the Play Store, Gmail and YouTube.

    While the US has since changed its administration, the Huawei trade restrictions enforced by Trump are still largely in place. So, if you buy a new Huawei phone today, you won’t be able to access the Play Store’s extensive array of apps and other Google services.

    Looking to fill the void left by the Play Store, Huawei created the AppGallery so that people can still download some third-party apps on its latest smartphones. However, it’s just a drop in the ocean compared to the Play Store, so Huawei users still miss out on many popular apps and services.

    Despite this, Huawei continues to release some of the best Android smartphones on the market. Whether it’s the impressive photography capabilities of the mate 40 pro (£1,099, or the fantastic value offered by the P smart 2021 (£179.99,, Huawei offers great smartphones for all needs and budgets. In the past few weeks, we have spent time testing out some of the brand’s latest models and rounded up its best devices below.


  • Hunzala

    September 18, 2021 at 4:35 pm

    There is zero doubts that Huawei has launched wonderful models with low rates as compared to iPhone and Samsung smart phones.

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