Dual rear camera systems are basically the standard these days, with only a few companies holding out with single camera systems in their flagship smartphones.
Huawei has started sending out press invites for an event that will be held on March 27 in Paris, France. The company will be unveiling its P-series of flagship phone at the event.
After AT&T backed out of a deal with Huawei, which would see the second-largest wireless carrier in the United States selling the flagship Mate 10 Pro, things looked pretty bleak for the smartphone manufacturer’s plans for U.S. expansion.
It’s been quite a while since Android 8.0 Oreo was officially announced. However, some manufacturers are only just getting ready with the updates for their respective smartphones. Huawei is one of them, with the company now detailing the devices that will officially receive the EMUI 8.0 update which is based on Android 8.0 Oreo.
Hot on the heels of the Honor 7X and Honor View 10 launch, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has also launched the Honor 9 Lite in India. In total, the phone features four cameras, two at the front and two at the rear.
Huawei’s CEO Expresses Displeasure in CES Speech As Verizon Under Pressure To Cancel Launch of Mate 10 in the US
Apart from AT&T, Verizon was also in talks with Huawei to sell the Mate 10 in the United States later this year. However, due to “political pressure,” Verizon has had to push back the launch of the Mate 10 from summer of 2018 to fall but the launch will likely be canceled altogether.
Huawei was planning on finally getting some major U.S. wireless carrier support for one of its major flagship handsets (the Mate 10 Pro), but word is that AT&T backed out of those talks just a day before Huawei was set to make its big announcement at CES 2018.
Huawei was expected to announce a partnership with AT&T at CES 2018 that would see the latter sell the company’s flagship Mate 10 Pro smartphone in the United States. However, just a day before the partnership was about to go official, AT&T backed away from the deal due to “political pressure.”
One day ago, the rumor mill produced information about a new Huawei-branded smartphone called the Nova 2s. And it turns out most of that information was spot-on.