Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) becomes the world’s third-largest with 2.3 million global developers.
According to the reports, Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched its mobile services to compete with Android Mobile Services which the company was required to remove from its Android fork EMUI after the US government imposed sanctions on the company.
Due to the US-China trade war, the tech giant faced sanctions regarding Google Play Services in its devices and semi-conductors purchasing from US-based companies.
The tech giant later exposed that the service has been in development for quite some time but the sudden ban made the company fast track the process.
The company revealed that it collected a total sales income of 891.4 billion yuan worldwide last year. Surprisingly, this represents a 3.8% revenue increase year-on-year. The tech giant then added that in 2020, HMS has become the world’s third-largest mobile application ecosystem.
Earlier, Huawei has announced that it will help the automakers with its new smart components but, the company is not interested in making cars.
Last year Chinese tech giant has announced its growth, where it revealed that its modest growth of 3.2 percent of net profits in 2020. The firm also addressed the recent rumors concerning it working on building its own car, which it said again is not the case.
Reports are coming that the company is working on smart connected vehicles that will help the other automobile manufacturers in building smart connected vehicles. Moreover, the tech giant also announced that it would also be working on developing next-generation computing and communication-based technologies.