The 5G device is Huawei's first major phone launch since the U.S. government effectively blacklisted the company in mid-May, alleging it is involved in activities that compromise United States national security, a charge the company denies.
Huawei was also provided with a three-month exemption from the trade ban though U.S. officials explained that was to ensure the company could take effective countermeasures to allow existing Huawei phone owners to continue using their devices without any hassles.
"Huawei can't survive outside of China as a brand without Google apps and services", said Mr Anshel Sag, mobile industry analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy.
The U.S. Commerce Department of Commerce has confirmed that Huawei will be given an extra 90 days before being added to its Commerce Entity List.
In other words, when it comes to non-Chinese markets like Australia, the Huawei Mate 30 will nearly certainly be dead on arrival.
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Huawei launches a new Mate-series smartphone every autumn, and it usually sells in large numbers. Comments from anonymously-sourced officials from Huawei and Google suggest the next major smartphone from Huawei may be a landmark release.
Huawei announced its own operating system Harmony at its annual developer's conference in Dongguan, China, three weeks ago. The operating system could first make its appearance on tablets and other Huawei products. US President Donald Trump said earlier that he does not want the US to continue doing business with the Chinese tech giant, citing a "national security threat".
Without Google services, Huawei's Mate 30 faces an increasingly uphill battle. That would be despite the ban extended to the Chinese firm that bars it from offering Google apps and services on the phone.
A Huawei spokesperson told Reuters the company "will continue to use the Android OS and ecosystem if the USA government allows us to do so" and if not, it plans to continue developing its own Harmony operating system. Google services don't work there anyway.