Huawei launches its own email service called Petal Mail
After the ban of Huawei in U.S., company no longer has access to Google Mobile Services. Since then, company launched its first-party alternative to Android, called Harmony OS and have released a couple of alternatives to Google’s services, like HMS and HMS Core, AppGallery, Petal Search, and Petal Maps.
Now, Huawei launches its own email service called Petal Mail.
Registering for the service will get you a @petalmail.com email ID and the privilege to provide crucial feedback during its initial testing phase.
Huawei’s Petal Mail administration appears to have an extremely insignificant interface right now, two or three alternatives in the side menu. These incorporate Inbox, Starred, Draft, Sent, Trash, and Spam. The interface is separated into two segments, with the main section apparently to show all the messages in a client’s inbox and the second to show the chose email in an extended structure.
As of now, we have no further information about Huawei’s new email service. Will keep updated!!
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Source: XDA Developers