Fighting to save its business against Washington's export sanctions, Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched its new smartphone range.
The Mate 30 series of phones, unveiled in Germany on Thursday, have innovative camera features and hardware.
But the new devices don't include popular Google applications, including YouTube, which could make them less appealing to global consumers.
It means users will have to use Huawei's AppGallery.
The Mate 30 starts from around 880 U.S. dollars, with the more advanced Mate 30 Pro retailing from 12-hundred dollars.
The Trump administration blocked Huawei access to American components and technology back in May on "national security grounds."