Huawei has announced the launch of its premium 5G smartphone, and according to the CEO, Richard Yu, he said the device is set to be launched on the 26 of March 2020 in Paris, France and it will be the most powerful 5G device in 2020.
What could this device be? I wondered as I watch their MWC event that streamed live on twitter, my brain woke up to the Huawei P40 Pro that was recently leaked online. The event today gave birth to Huawei’s second foldable device that looks a lot like its predecessor, the Mate XS, new laptops, smart home devices and a good looking 5G version of the MatePad Pro.
Huawei CEO also spoke about the updates to its Huawei Mobile services and its Mobile App store. The upcoming launch of the P40 PRO series might be a good one to Huawei but the US trade ban still remains as it will not allow Google play services on its devices that were not registered with Google before the ban.
So, the camera-centric device and the most powerful to be 5G device (Huawei P40 PRO) might be launched without Google app store, and other Google apps that are often used by users on a daily basis, but it is sure to be equipped with the Kirin 990 5G chipset which was first seen on the Mate 30 Pro.
We will determine if what Richard Yu is saying about their next premium device and if it can beat the Samsung S20 series with 5G, because they are the best out there as of today, don’t know about tomorrow ..LOL.
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