The Huawei P20, along with its two variants, may launch in the North American market after all, even if they will still be skipping the United States.
Late last month, Huawei unveiled the Mate RS featuring a 6-inch flexible OLED panel, two fingerprint scanners, and a triple camera set up at the rear. At that point, not much attention was paid to the display of the handset. Huawei had previously used OLED panels on its flagship handsets which it had sourced from Samsung.
Earlier this year, Huawei planned on launching the Mate 10 Pro in the United States, beginning with a wireless carrier deal with AT&T.
Huawei’s Porsche Design Mate RS Features Two Fingerprint Scanners, Triple Camera Setup, and 512GB Storage
Alongside the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro, the Chinese OEM also unveiled the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS. Featuring an 8 edge 3D curved design, the Mate RS is filled to the brim with every possible feature that you could think of. In fact, the handset even comes with two fingerprint scanners.
Huawei’s ambitions to sell smartphones in the U.S. has received another major blow. After AT&T and Verizon backed out from selling its smartphones in the country due to political pressure, Best Buy has now also stopped ordering new smartphones from the Chinese smartphone giant.
Huawei has three phones coming down the pipe, each of which is expected to be announced at an event in Paris, France, which is scheduled to take place on March 27.
The Huawei P20 is one of the devices that is expected to be unveiled on March 27, when Huawei hosts an event in Paris, France.
Huawei is going to announce new phones on March 27, and one of them is probably going to boast a trio of cameras on the back.
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.