Huawei is likely planning a partnership with OSLabs, which is developing the IndusOS shell for mobile devices sold in India. Cooperation will partially circumvent the ban on Google from installing its services on Huawei and Honor mobile phones.
IndusOS has its own app store – App Bazaar, which has more than 400 thousand regional programs in 12 local languages. Using the existing platform in India, the Chinese company will be able to partially satisfy the need for software for smartphones under the brands of Huawei and Honor.
Sources claim that Huawei thus intends to return smartphone sales in India, which is considered one of the largest markets, to higher rates.
Information about the partnership is informal, and potential parties do not comment on it.