Huawei usually announces two premium smartphone series every year: The P series and the Mate series. The P series has already arrived in the market in the early months, while the Mate series is still on the hold and we can expect it somewhere in the second half of the year. With the Huawei P series already being announced, all tech enthusiasts are waiting for the Mate series. Especially, with the Trump administration's actions against Huawei, things are quite interesting with the Chinese smartphone users, as nothing to seem to stop the company from rising against the odds.
The Huawei Mate 10 was the first phone in the series and was introduced almost 3 years ago in 2017. The Mate 20 was launched in the next year in October 2018 , and the Mate 30 series was introduced in September 2019. This gives us a hint that the Mate 40 series might launch somewhere in October, as rumors suggest. While we don't have any official announcement or date yet, we can assume easily that the phone will be launched in near future.
The Huawei Mate 30 was initially priced around €799, while the Pro model started at €1099. The Mate 30 Pro with 5G was sold at €1199. We are expecting something similar pricing model for this year's Huawei Mate 40 series smartphones. The Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro will have prominent camera housing at the rear side with possibly a triple camera for the vanilla model and a quad camera for Mate 40 Pro smartphone. As per rumors, the Huawei Mate 40 will have a 6.4-inch or 6.67-inch display with 90Hz refresh rate.
Mate 40 will be using the Kirin 9000. With the US trade ban in place, companies can't manufacture any new chip and as per resources, this is the last phone from the company that will use already-stockpiled chips. The Mate 40 offers 6/8GB of RAM and Mate 40 Pro comes with the higher 12GB option. In terms of battery, we expect to see at least 4,000mAh or 5,000mAh battery. To answer your curiosity, as we all know, there won't be any Google Apps or services. Which means you can't use apps like Whatsapp or banking apps.
What comes after the Huawei Watch GT, GT 2, and GT 2e? In the event that your estimate is a Huawei Watch GT 3, you should attempt once more. Or on the other hand we could simply mention to you what the newly uncovered Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro is about.
Befuddling and superfluously tangled name aside, this awful kid has a lot of flawless stuff making it work as far as both structure and wellbeing observing abilities, in spite of the fact that it's not so much clear precisely what makes the new gadget so unique in relation to the ordinary Watch GT 2 to merit the Pro moniker.
Estimated at €329 and up, the premium smartwatch is set to be joined by an essentially humbler €129 Huawei Watch Fit to choose European business sectors this month, without any words on legitimate US accessibility until further notice. While the Pro name is by and large connected with overhauled specs and in the engine upgrades in the portable tech scene, Huawei's "new lead smartwatch" is by all accounts primarily about corrective refinements and construct quality improvements.
In spite of the fact that the Watch GT 2 is in no way, shape or form revolting or modest looking, the Watch GT 2 Pro takes the two its style and heartiness to the following level by mixing titanium with sapphire. On the off chance that you're pondering, Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 is likewise accessible in an exceptional Titanium version in certain European and Asian business sectors at an entirely generous premium over standard hardened steel models.
As you presumably definitely know, titanium is an impressively harder material than tempered steel or classic aluminum, and in mix with a sapphire glass back and sapphire screen security, this makes the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro sufficient for open air experiences sans including an excess of mass. What's more, no, the titanium-made Galaxy Watch 3 variation doesn't accompany sapphire glass in spite of its out of this world value, making due with a second rate Gorilla Glass DX innovation most definitely.
Without life-sparing highlights like ECG observing or fall recognition, Huawei's most recent Android and iOS-viable high-ender depends basically on a standard pulse screen to in any event improve the health of its wearers. Regardless, the organization asserts its restrictive TruSeen pulse following innovation is at "its generally progressed", giving "more exact readings" than at any other time.
The Watch GT 2 Pro is likewise prepared to do "deductively" managing your rest quality, just as checking "throughout the day" feelings of anxiety and blood oxygen immersion (SpO2) levels. Normally, you get independent GPS network as well and in excess of 100 exercise modes to look over, all in an in vogue bundle with a sharp 1.39-inch AMOLED show close by that vows to remain energized for to about fourteen days under "average client situations."
Discussing, charging is done remotely just because on a Huawei smartwatch, which boundlessly improves this awful kid's accommodation as you no longer need to convey the organization's restrictive charger with you any place you go. That is particularly convenient given that the Watch GT 2 Pro can follow everything from skiing to snowboarding and swimming, obliging successive voyagers and a wide range of sports fans.
For €329, you're taking a gander at requesting a "Game" version with a silicon band, while a "Work of art" flavor including a calfskin lash is set to cost an extra €20. In spite of the fact that it certainly appears to be impossible we'll ever observe the smartwatch formally delivered stateside, the first Huawei Watch GT came to the US, so you never know.
Yesterday, Honor launched its large screen premium smartphone, the Honor X10 max in China. This is the only smartphone by the company which offers such a massive 7.09-inch display screen, ideal for watching movies or playing games. The phone is powered by the MediaTek Density 800 chipset, making it the third such Huawei/Honor device in the past few weeks. The phone follows a similar design as the Honor X10 was announced early in May. This includes a rectangular camera like the Honor X10. The Max variant features a traditional waterdrop display on the display. Thanks to the design team, the company decided to retain the 3.5-mm headphone jack as well as the side-mounted fingerprint scanner and power button, similar to its smaller variant.
The Honor X10 max comes with an RGBW color display replacing the traditional RGB. The additional W stands for white sub-pixels that are supposed to reduce the power consumption of the panel when white color is the display. The company claims that by using RGBW that have successfully reduced the power consumption. The panel also filters out harmful blue light that emits from the mobile phone screen especially at night time.
The Honor X10 max comes with 6GB RAM and 8GB Ram and has up to 128GB internal storage. To keep the prices of the handset, the company decided to skip the 256GB ROM option. The phone features a three-camera system at the rear side including the primary camera on the phone that it 48MP paired with an 8MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor lens. For taking selfies, you get an 8MP selfie shooter housed in a waterdrop notch. Given the display screen size, the phone needs a large battery as well. You get a 5,000mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging. The X10 comes with a 4,300mAh battery. The Honor X10 max uses 1217 linear stereo speaks with smart PA for amplifying its sound. The phone comes in three colors - Racing blue, black, and silver. The honor X10 max will go on sale from July 3 across all major retailers in China.
Honor is a leading smartphone brand affiliated with Huawei Group. Despite being an independent series, it is common to see Honor models sharing a similar design with their Huawei counterparts. The Honor 30 Lite 5G (Youth) is expected to launch under that flag name. The phone will be rebranded as Honor 30 5G lite for the rest of the world. Recently, we have seen some real-life images of the Honor 30 5G lite online that give us a glimpse of the rear design. The design look somewhere similar to Huawei enjoys Z 5G's design.
As per leaked images online, the device will feature a triple camera system housed inside a rectangular module placed at the top-left corner of the rear panel. The backside of the phone has an impression of sunbeams radiating from the bottom-left corner. As per rumors, the device will feature a 6.5-inch display which may likely hold a punch-hole design. The Honor 30 Lite 5G has a display with 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution, Full HD+, and a tall aspect ratio of 20:9. The refresh rate of the display is rumored to be 90Hz.
The phone is powered by a powerful MediaTek MT6873 SoC. So, far we don't know anything about RAM or storage configuration. The device holds a 4,000mAh battery that supports 22.5W fast charging. The phone runs on the latest version of OS - Andriod 10 out of the box. For the front camera, the device features a 16MP camera. The rear camera setup is made of a 48MP primary camera sensor teaming up with an 8MP and 2MP sensor.
This is not new to anyone in the industry, but the Trump Administration has intentionally tried to hurt Chinese manufacturers and their business by placing these and its subsidiaries on the country's Entity list. That means that Chinese manufacturers like Huawei can't import products from US-based companies. This restriction was also imposed on software-based products as well. The immediate side effects of this trade ban are that many new Huawei and Honor smartphones can't use the Google Mobile Services, which includes the Google Play Store and Google Play Services.
This trade ban starts to imply on the smartphones being launched in late 2019 and early 202 flagship devices. Which includes the Huawei Mate 30 series and the Huawei P40 series. However, Huawei has found some unique way around this trade ban, which involves tweaking an existing already-certified model and then re-releasing it to the market. That's what the company seems to be working on right now with the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro New Edition. The smartphone in question was promoted on Huawei's consumer page in Germany. It previously launched a P30 Lite new Edition with Google Mobile Services.
This removes the limitation on Huawei - that can't get GMS certification for new phone models and can use the certification for only the existing model. Huawei can re-release and rebrand their existing phones as many times as they like. This is a quite flexible probation for them, too. They can add a few upgrades such as RAM, storage, and different variants of the camera module without trying to ship a new SoC. They can even change the final design of the finished product to make it look brand new. Based on the existing SoC, the phone will have a HiSilicon Kirin 980 SoC since that will allow the company to retain the original P30 Pro's GMS certification. And we may have to see some new upgrades in terms of more storage, RAM, and design options.