Looks like if the Huawei Mate 30 series were to come to Malaysia, it's unlikely for it to come with Google's Mobile Services (GMS). It really should come to no surprise though, as we've already reported that the phone doesn't come with any Google apps and Huawei has also disabled bootloader which makes it even harder to download the apps on the phone.
To be clear, this means that Google-centric apps such as the all-important Play store, Gmail, or Google Maps won’t be present on the devices when they officially ship out to stores later next month. Instead, you will get the Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) as the core of the phone's Android OS.
Overall, the HMS does a decent job at best with over 45000 apps integrated, with plans to incentivise growth of its HMS ecosystem with US$1 billion (~MYR4.2 billion) which will be split into development, user growth and marketing funds. But of course the question remains on whether Huawei devices will be able to officially bring GMS back, to which Huawei said the future remains uncertain as long as the issues between US and China remains.
Of course there are ways to download Google apps on the Mate 30 serie unofficiallys, and some sources even claim Huawei is able to sideload Google apps into the phone in just a matter of minutes. But it's still unknown if there will be adverse affects on the device, or raise more issues with US and Google.