It looks like Huwaei doesn't want to feel left out of the party. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer plans to join the slew of Android devices manufacturers like Samsung and HTC by offering their own Google Play Edition version of their Ascend P6 flagship. Here's a quote with some of the details,

Kevin Ho, president of the handset product division at Huawei, has told Pocket-lint that the company is collaborating with Google to create a Google Edition of the company's new P6 smartphone that will run stock Android.

"We are working with Google to analyse the possibility of bringing out a Huawei Ascend P6 with Google Edition," Ho told us in a one-to-one briefing.
What's additionally interesting is that this seems to contradict previous statements from another one of Huawei's executives.

The confirmation however, is the polar opposite of what the company's chairman Richard Yu said on stage at the launch of the P6 in London.

According to the chairman, Huawei isn't interested. Yu claimed that Huawei's Emotion UI was better, with "hundreds of improvements" over the Google Android experience. He concluded that its user interface would be better in touch with a user's "emotions".
Regardless, it's interesting to see just how many manufacturers are finally jumping on the pure Android Google Edition bandwagon.

Source: Pocket-Lint