Huawei has been making some impressive smartphones like the P20 Pro and the Mate 20 Pro. However, the company’s EMUI leaves a lot to be desired and for some reason, Huawei has a knack for not being too kind towards third-party launchers. While on other Android devices, switching to a third-party launcher is a relatively easy process, it is not so simple on Huawei and its sub-brand Honor phones.
Huawei has been making some excellent phones including the likes of the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro, and Nova series. While these phones are not without their own issues, one common complaint that most Huawei and Honor owner devices have is that they don’t receive push notifications from their installed apps.
Huawei will be unveiling its first foldable phone at MWC 2019. The company tweeted the teaser of the unveiling of the device at MWC 2019 later this month. Featuring the tagline “Connecting the Future,” the image shows the close up of a foldable phone.
Honor, the Huawei sub-brand, officially announced its latest flagship smartphone, the View 20 (or V20) before the end of 2018.
The folks over at DxOMark have run the Mate 20 Pro’s triple-camera setup through its paces and given it an overall score of 109 points. This puts it at the top spot of DxOMark’s rankings where it shares the crown with Huawei’s own Mate 20 Pro.
Huawei has confirmed that it is blocking third-party launchers from the Chinese version of EMUI 9.0. The company is rolling out EMUI 9.0 as a part of the Android 9.0 Pie update for its existing devices.
If you’re going to be in the market for a new Android tablet, Huawei might have one to consider.
Huawei is on the way to announce a new smartphone, the P30, and the first renders of the unofficial handset have surfaced.
Huawei and ZTE have not had an easy go of things in the United States, but the pair of companies may have another road block ahead of them.
Honor, Huawei’s sub-brand, teased the incoming View 20 smartphone earlier this month. And now the handset is officially official.