Huawei has recently found a way to keep using Google’s smartphone operating system in its next P30 Pro release this September. Previously, the company has been finding ways to keep using Android even after the trade ban. However, the company seems to be using a version that’s not connected to the Google Play servers.

The Chinese tech giant confirmed that the P30 Pro would be using the Android 10 operating system. The system comes in pre-installed with the device which allows the new Huawei smartphone to still use Google technology.

While Huawei is successful in installing the operating system, it still won’t be supported by the Google Play platform. This means that the regular Google apps found Android devices like Google Play Store and Google Maps would not be available on Huawei’s P30 Pro.  Nevertheless, Huawei has done what they’ve been planning after getting in the U.S. Government’s entity list.

As of these past few months, the U.S.-China trade war talks fell through and has ended not in the favor of Huawei’s business. The ban placed on the company prevents Huawei from working with U.S.-based companies. I

Huawei’s U.S. subsidiary Futurewei has been affected as the company cannot work with the Chinese company directly anymore. Moreover, Android developers Google cannot relay its latest updates with to Huawei devices and effectively cuts its support until the ban is reversed.

Even after the ban, Huawei still wants to work with Google and its technologies as it wants to keep its business relationships with the U.S. tech giant. It’s evident in this move with the newer P30 Pro reveal.

The company even holds back on using its Harmony smart device OS to show its interest in using the Android. So far, Huawei’s first device to support the Harmony OS is a smart TV that’s exclusively sold in China as of the moment.

After the P30 Pro reveal, the company is about to release the Mate 30 foldable device this September 19.  Fans of Huawei and Samsung are looking forward to the companies’ iterations of the foldable device as it could be the start of a new smart device trend.