Future Honor phones may get Google apps, and that’s great news for phone fans Honor 20 Pro

Back in early 2019, Honor was one of the best up-and-coming phone brands putting out fantastic mid-range handsets like the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro. Then the Huawei ban hit, which affected Honor as much as it did its parent company Huawei in stopping the phones getting Google Mobile Services like the Play Store, Gmail, Chrome, Maps and more.

Since then, Honor has had a greatly reduced presence in the west, only launching a few handsets with limited availability, and it seemed their ascent had been halted. That was, until late 2020, when Huawei sold Honor to a separate company, giving the sub-brand a new lease of life.