Huawei's banned Mate 30 Pro may offer Google apps on the side
Unfortunately, Huawei is a pawn in the larger trade war between the White House administration and China, so it's blacklisted as an entity that US companies are forbidden to sell goods or services to.
That includes Google and licensed Android, so Huawei can only use the open-source one that doesn't come with system-level Google Play, Maps, Gmail, Photos and other apps we are used to take for granted on our Android phones.
It also means rare if any updates, but we will cross that bridge if Huawei finds customers for the Mate 30/Pro without Google apps at all. It turns out that the company may have some contingency plan in place that doesn't involve its obscure Harmony OS that so far is present only on one smart TV from the company.