Huawei is currently addressing the issue of replacing missing Google applications on their phones. Because of US trade restrictions, it cannot use them. Now it has found a replacement for map data - it will use TomTom data.
A Chinese company is currently forced to look for a replacement for the missing services that are commonly found on Android phones. And it is not just an application for the e-mail or the application store itself, but also a variety of background features or even maps. She recently turned to TomTom, with whom she made an agreement.
As a result, Huawei will be able to use not only map data from a Dutch company, but also information on the current traffic situation and navigation. According to TomTom's representative, the agreement had been concluded before, and only now has a public announcement. No further details were published for cooperation.