Chinese phone maker Honor may soon announce a return to Google Mobile Services (GMS), as revealed in a Thursday blog post on the social media platform Weibo. This would imply that Honor may switch from using Huawei’s HarmonyOS operating system to Android for its China market phones. From October 2021, overseas models of the Honor50 series have come pre-installed with GMS as the company resumed cooperation with Google, according to Honor’s Twitter account. GMS is a package of Google applications including Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Chrome, and Google Play Store. On Tuesday, Honor India’s CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed on Twitter that the company expects to soon launch its first smartphone in India in over three years. [IThome, in Chinese]