Huawei £20 million investment plan for HMS

Huawei has announced a new plan for the companies perspective. It has made a £20 million investment plan to encourage British and Irish developers to integrate applications into the “Huawei Mobile Services” ecosystem.

In May 2019, due to various reasons, Google stopped providing GMS services to Huawei’s new mobile phones. Since then, Huawei has accelerated its own “Huawei Mobile Services” to improve user experience. Currently, the system has 600 million active users in more than 170 countries, and 72 million European users, including the United Kingdom.

The new investment is an addition to the $1 billion developer program called the “Shining Star 2.0”. This program also aims to cover the development, growth and marketing funds needed.

HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) and Hongmeng OS

Yu Chengdong says, with the help of HMS Core, Self-developed chips and own operating system Hongmeng will help us to achieve our goals.

Huawei has introduced its HMS so-called Huawei Mobile service in China. HMS includes useful applications for smartphones. For now, the company released two public beta applications — Huawei Mobile Services and HMS Core.

The new features on the app now include Huawei accounts, applications internal payment system, message notifications, wallet service, among others.

HMS core App: Games, Fido & Safety, Purchase, Identity, Scan, Nearby, ML, and other apps.

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