Huawei came up with a way to get Google services back on their smartphones

The company wants to launch Google applications through its own AppGallery store.

Huawei's top manager Eric Xu revealed to CNBC journalists details of the problem with returning Google services to the company's smartphones and other devices. 

Eric Xu currently serves as vice chairman and current chairman of Huawei Technologies.

As is known, last year, due to sanctions from the U.S., Huawei lost its Android license, in connection with which the company has to release new devices without pre-installed Google services and applications. And if in China it has changed almost nothing - Google services are already blocked there, then in the international market users are used to the availability of a full range of Google services on Android smartphones, starting with the online store of Google Play applications.

In a recent interview, Huawei Consumer Business Group Executive Director Yu ChengDong, better known worldwide as Richard Yu, said the company still hopes to return Google services to its smartphones.

Eric Xu expressed the same view in his conversation with CNBC. However, he made an important clarification: the company hopes that Google services will be available through the branded AppGallery application store:

    We hope that Google's services will become available through AppGallery.

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