Germany: In Munich, Chinese tech giant Huawei launches its next-generation flagship that will be released at the firm’s scheduled hardware event today, September 19.
The company has maintained a veil of secrecy over its plans, set to be dropped at a 1200 GMT press conference revealing the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro models.
Mate 30 Pro is expected to build upon the solid foundation laid by its predecessor with a revamped camera system, a new display, and turbocharged internals.
Observers wonder if a phone without Silicon Valley software whose users have become dependent can succeed? or if Huawei has found a way for buyers to install popular applications despite the constraints.
In recent years Huawei’s Mate series has been at the forefront of smartphone innovation – last year’s Mate 20 Pro was the first flagship device to boast reverse wireless charging and an in-display fingerprint scanner, two features most contemporary phones have since adopted.
Huawei, targeted directly by the United States as part of a broader trade conflict with Beijing, was added to a “blacklist” in Washington in May. Since then, it has been illegal for American firms to do business with the Chinese firm, suspected of espionage by President Donald Trump and his administration.
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