It doesn’t. It probably doesn’t support the apps you need to use, either. And Huawei is no doubt aware of that. This makes the P40 Pro’s global launch a unique phone release in 2020, one that represents more of a technological flex than a serious consumer offering. I admit that I am impressed by the flex. But if you’re reading this in a Western country, don’t buy this phone.
Despite how capable this phone is, however, the absence of Google Mobile Services makes this a poor recommendation for anyone other than die-hard Huawei fans and the tech-savvy. Those just looking for a great flagship phone, will probably prefer the ease of hopping onto one of the new Galaxy S20 series or Oppo's Find X2 Pro.
Alas, sympathy isn’t a big enough reason to buy a phone. I would like to be optimistic – the Huawei P40 Pro could very well stand up on its many merits – but as it stands I can’t see many of these flying off the shelves when it launches soon, especially as Huawei expects you to pay top dollar for one.