The upcoming Huawei Mate 40E has surfaced on the Wireless Power Consortium bearing a model number OCE-AN00. Furthermore, the device has also been certified by FCC, signaling an imminent launch. The listing is accompanied by a picture that shows off Huawei Mate 40E in its full glory.
Huawei recently announced Mate 40 Series in Europe. Today Huawei has launched Mate 40 series and Mate 30E Pro in China. Pricing is slightly higher than the pricing in Europe.
Huawei has pulled the wraps from Mate 40 Series. The latest series had been leaked extensively, and now we finally get to see it in the flesh. Huawei has launched Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, and Mate 40 Pro+ with updated hardware and a new design. The company has also unveiled the Porsche Design Mate 40 RS.
Huawei has launched the Nova 7 SE 5G Youth. The latest offering from Huawei is powered by MediaTek Dimensity and is very similar to the Huawei Nova 7SE 5G that was launched earlier this year. The Huawei 7 SE 5G Youth is the most affordable device in the lineup as Huawei Nova 7SE 5G and Huawei Nova 7 5G Pro are more or less geared towards the premium market.
Huawei has announced the much-awaited HarmonyOS 2.0 at the annual developer’s conference in China. The HarmonyOS 2.0 will come on smartphones in 2021.
New Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus live shots have been leaked alongside specifications. Huawei is likely to launch Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus and Enjoy 20 Plus in September. The leaked pictures show off the Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus in its full glory. The Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus pictures have previously been leaked and the latest live shots reveal specifications.
The US Government had granted a temporary license that allowed Huawei to do business with US companies. The license was valid till August 13th and has now expired. Huawei users in the US could continue using Google services due to the license; now, it seems like they will lose access to the same.
Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro Features Dimensity 800 Processor, 48MP Triple-Camera Setup: Price, Release Date, Specifications
Huawei, which is under immense pressure facing trade sanctions from the US, continues to launch smartphones in China. Today, the company has launched the Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro, which is a mid-range Android smartphone with a triple-camera setup and MediaTek’s Dimensity 800 processor.
Huawei’s camera champion for 2020, the P40 Pro+, is now heading to the UK and the European markets.
The US government barred Huawei and ZTE last year from doing any business with US-based firms. This was a massive blow to the companies as they were stopped from launching new phones with GMS (Google Mobile Services) and supply network equipment to US network carriers. Huawei had hoped that the ban would be lifted sometime this year, but that won’t happen until at least mid-2021.