Hopefully you did not buy your P30 Pro at full price. The temporary general license that kept Google Mobile Services alive on Huawei phones ended on August 13, leaving all Huawei phones released before the trade ban in May 2019 without Google’s service or security updates.
Your old Huawei phone is still useful – at least for now. The problem is that it does not get regular security updates, firmware updates, or app updates. When the Samsung, LG and Google phones move on to Android 11, your Huawei handset is stuck on Android 10 with aging privacy and security features.
Of course, Huawei phones released after the trade ban in May 2019 will not be affected. They use a customized version of Android and continue to receive updates directly from Huawei.
The United States considers Huawei a national security risk and has recently suspended the company’s access to advanced smartphone chips. A reversal of the trade ban will probably not take place soon. If you are using an old Huawei phone, it may be time to start shopping for a replacement.
Source: Huawei via Engadget