Beijing: Huawei, China’s largest smartphone maker, has decided to hit Google, the world emperor of search engines.
Huawei has since launched its application store, operating system and mobile services system following US sanctions.
According to a foreign news agency, Huawei is now introducing its search app in comparison to the Google search engine for which work is in progress.
Huawei Search Engine: The company was initially introduced to the Mate 30 smartphone but its performance was poor compared to Google.
With Huawei’s Search app, users can search various web pages, images, and videos, while the app also has applications like weather conditions and calculators.
The Chinese company is reportedly trying to replace Gmail and YouTube, among other things.
Experts say that because of US sanctions, it is likely that GMS will not be able to run on the new mobile of Huawei and other Chinese companies, so the company is developing its system.
GMS includes Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, Navigation, and Google Drive, which is a major challenge in developing and making alternatives accessible to users.
Huawei’s own system apps for online payments, games, and messages will be ready by the end of December, in addition to Google Maps’ alternative navigation, he said.
Charles Peng said that they are bringing between 100 and 150 new apps to the market to end Google’s monopoly, which also includes an alternative to Google Drive.
He said that consumers will not see any difference between Google Media Service and Huawei Media Service, in collaboration with experts who are developing a complete mobile ecosystem.
Remember that one million developers are working worldwide for Huawei Media Service, the company has allocated a billion dollars in this regard.
Experts say that the bigger challenge than creating an alternative to Gmail and YouTube is to make consumers ready to use it, as both are popular worldwide right now.
Recently, news came out that Huawei has come close to overtaking Samsung and becoming the world’s number one company.