Huawei will be out in full force at the Mobile World Congress 2019 later this month but it appears that the company won’t be launching the P30 series there. Its MWC 2019 agenda includes a foldable smartphone, though, which the company says will be 5G-enabled. The Huawei P30, on the other hand, is going to be unveiled in March.

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Huawei has revealed its plans to unveil the P30 series in Paris next month in a press release which highlighted its business plans for Poland. The relevant part is at the end of the press release which primarily announces that Huawei will be doubling its staff at the office in Poland by hiring an additional 100 employees.

The Chinese conglomerate happens to have a leading position in this market. It accounted for over 33 percent of the country’s mobile market last year. Huawei’s P20 and Mate 20 phones have done quite well there. The company also sells accessories, tablets, and even laptops in Poland.

Huawei has previously unveiled new devices in the French capital so it’s not surprising to see that it may be planning to do that for the P30 series as well. No further information has been revealed by the company about these devices as yet. There’s not even a concrete date for the Paris event.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about and . Source: telix.pl

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