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Huawei may sign a deal with Indus OS to install App Bazaar on new devices



Huawei CEO Richard Yu presenting AppGallery

At the recent online launch conference, Huawei announced to replace Google Mobile Services (GMS) in its devices with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) and HMS Core 4.0 support.

HMS provides complete mobile experience to Huawei and Honor device users with official services such as Mobile Cloud, AppGallery, Video, Themes, ScreenMagazine and etc.

Huawei said its new AppGallery comes with Increased user date security, includes both popular global applications and quality localized apps sections. Introduced new wishlist feature, more optimized apps, tap and run Quick Apps.

Huawei during the event also announced reiterated its plan for “local collaborations” with app developers and companies in different markets.

According to a report from ETTelecom, Huawei is in talks to seal a deal with India’s apps company OSLabs, the maker’s fo Indus OS, to get the app marketplace on Huawei and Honor smartphones, says a report.

Indus OS’s app store named “App Bazaar” has over 400,000 local apps and supports 12 local languages and a user base of millions.

Currently, the collaboration between these two companies limited to the Indian market but they’re seeking ways to expand it on a global scale.

There are no official signs whether the company actually planning to bring this deal on the table but we’ll keep you posted with the matter.

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