Our smartphones these days are increasing in prices and if you’re hoping that the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will change that, think again. According to a report from WinFuture.de, it seems that the upcoming P30 will be priced at 749 Euro, while the P30 Pro will be priced starting at 999 Euro for the base model, but will go up to 1,099 Euro for the 256GB model.
Huawei has confirmed that come 26th of March, they will be officially unveiling the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. Now thanks to leaked information from WinFuture.de, additional details about the upcoming phone has been released along with some renders that give us some information about what we might be able to expect.
Samsung Electronics may face intense competition from the likes of Apple and Huawei but several of the conglomerate’s affiliates conduct business with these companies as well. Samsung Display supplied OLED panels to Apple for the iPhone X and it’s now claimed that the company has inked a similar deal with Huawei. It’s apparently supplying OLED panels for the Huawei P30 Pro, the Chinese telecommunication giant’s next flagship smartphone.
It has long been rumored that Huawei has built its own operating system. Not that lightweight OS that it has running on its new smartwatches, but a full-fledged OS which could replace Android on its smartphones. The company has now confirmed the existence of the operating system while pointing out that it’s will serve as an alternative to Android in the worst case scenario. That involves Huawei being cut off […]
The majority of smartphones out there run on Google’s Android operating system. Even devices in China where Google’s services are almost non-existent are powered by the mobile operating system. We’re sure that many would much prefer using their own OS as it means more control over what it can do and what goes into it, but we imagine that it could be hard breaking Google’s grasp.
You would think that after getting caught the first time trying to pass off a DSLR photo as a photo taken by their smartphone, Huawei would be a bit more careful with their marketing materials. However it seems that the company hasn’t learnt from its previous PR blunder because they were caught doing it again.
Huawei has received largely positive reviews for the Mate 20 series which was found to be a pretty solid offering compared to some of the other smartphones on the market. It appears that the company has seen considerable demand for the Mate 20. Huawei has now revealed that it has shipped more than 10 million units of the Mate 20 globally.
Huawei launched the Huawei Watch GT last year but the smartwatch wasn’t powered by Wear OS, Google’s wearable operating system. It’s powered by Lite OS which is made by the company itself. According to a new report, Huawei has two additional models of the Watch GT in the pipeline and both of them will run on the company’s own operating system.
Huawei fans have been looking forward to the company’s upcoming flagship P30 series which will be unveiled on March 26th at an event in Paris. There have been a few rumors about this series already and now the company has dropped a bit of information about the P30 Pro, the top-tier model of the new series. As expected, the P30 Pro will have a “periscope” zoom camera.
Fast charging is a feature that we’re starting to see on more phones these days, and the good news is that it looks like Huawei will be including the feature in its upcoming Huawei P30 Pro handset. In a report from MySmartPrice, China’s certification agency TENAA has revealed some of the specs of the upcoming handset, and fast charging is one of them.
Huawei and Samsung both showcased their foldable smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona earlier this week, the Huawei Mate X and Galaxy Fold respectively. Both are fundamentally different in terms of design. Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei’s mobile business, has said that the company had a prototype of a foldable device with a design similar to that of the Galaxy Fold but scrapped it because it […]
Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2019Editor's Pick
With 5G and foldable phones entering the market in 2019, this year’s Mobile World Congress was full of excitement, but not all products are created equal, and some are more eye-catchy than others. Here’s what we think is worthy of your attention, in no particular order.
Huawei has recently confirmed that come 26th of March, they will be officially unveiling their next smartphone, the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. These handsets are the successors to last year’s P20 and P20 Pro, and given how well-received they were, many are expecting great things from the P30 series as well.
Huawei Mate X: An Awesome Foldable OLED PhoneEditor's Pick
As promised ahead of the MWC show, Huawei launched the Huawei Mate X, its first foldable phone. It comes just days after Samsung launched its Galaxy Fold (watch the video) which we saw in San Francisco on Wednesday.