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A report by Reuters revealed that Huawei will replace Google Maps services with TomTom on its future smart devices thanks to a new deal between the two companies.
According to the publication, navigation and mapping company TomTom confirmed the deal in a statement on Friday.
The deal will see Huawei introduce another alternative to Google’s programmes and apps after it was banned from trading with the American company last year.
News of the deal comes after a report in August last year suggested that Huawei was developing its own Map Kit for developers.
The company itself, however, is yet to formally announce the deal with TomTom.
Feature image: Huawei’s AppGallery, by Andy Walker/Memeburn