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MWC 2021 postponed until June 28

The Mobile World Congress (MWC) event usually takes place in late February, early March. That’s when most phone makers reveal their latest mobile phone models. However, this wasn’t a typical year, and it seems like 2021 won’t be either. GSMA announced the MWC 2021 conference is postponed from March 1 to June 28, 2021. That’s right, MWC 2021 is delayed for almost four months, and we are not even in 2021. However, the decision is within reason due to the current pandemic. It’s better later than never. MWC 2020 was…

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Huawei Mate 40: Release Date Postponed

Huawei is usually releasing new products twice per year. Part of the biannual release series tradition is the upcoming Huawei Mate 40. However, it seems like a long wait until the release of the next flagship. Why is that? Evan Blass shares his thoughts on Twitter.  According to the famous leaker, Huawei Mate 40 won’t come out this year. Chatting with Ross Young, a display analyst, he said the upcoming Huawei smartphone would be released in 2021. However, his information may apply only to the “retail release.” The actual Mate 40 debut…

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Huawei’s New Search Engine Enables Users to Install Any App on Their Smartphones

Last year, Huawei was banned from using its U.S. supply chain, on which it spent $18 billion in 2018 alone. The ban also hindered Huawei from licensing Google Mobile Services, which obstructed the company’s international smartphones to use Google‘s apps. In spite of all this, Huawei managed to increase its mobile phone shipments by 17 percent in 2019 to 240 million units, replacing Apple as the second-largest company in the industry. This definitely did not please the U.S. Commerce Department, and many other technology companies in the United States. Now,…

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Huawei Unveils its New Enjoy 20 Plus Smartphone – Specs and Details

Huawei doesn’t seem to be pleased with its current second place within the top of the most successful smartphone companies at the moment. Even after it surpassed Apple, the Chinese company wants more and so it unveils its new Enjoy 20 Plus. Even if the phone is currently under the works, there are plenty of specifications leaked, and we can’t be otherwise than thrilled to get our hands on them. And whether you’re a Huawei fan or not, you just have to admit that Enjoy 20 Plus can be considered…

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Huawei Called Off its P40 Launch Event Amid Coronavirus Fears

Huawei has called off the highly-awaited global launch even for its P40 series amid coronavirus fears. Rather than organizing the event, the tech giant intends to present the new mobile devices via a video broadcast. The outbreak is turning the world upside down. Numerous events and meetings have been canceled because of the spread of the pathogen, along with the famed MWC 2020. Now, Huawei seems to want to avoid a big event for the release of the new P40 series of smartphones. The report has been spotted in the…

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Huawei Enjoy 10e Specifications and Other Features Unveiled

Huawei has released its upcoming low-cost smartphone, the Huawei Enjoy 10e in China. The affordable device comes with a lot of significant features. It has a dual-camera module, gradient back, waterdrop notch, and much more. One of the most praised features, however, it that the smartphone has a 5,000mAh-battery that supports a smart technology dubbed “reverse charging technology.” Huawei Enjoy 10e Specs An octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 processor powers the latest installment from Huawei, along with an ARM Cortex A53 CPU kitted with IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The Enjoy 10e…

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Google is Allegedly Trying to Convince the U.S. Government to Lift the Ban on Huawei

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series are now putting Google in a rather difficult stance. The company has no access to the most popular smartphones on the globe because of the U.S. government restriction of Huawei. Google now appears to violently strive to lift the ban so it can properly compete against the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. This alleged overture surfaces as Huawei is attempting to get consumers pumped up about its new smartphones, such as the Huawei P40 Pro and the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, as well as the new…

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Huawei’s Honor To Launch New Flagship Series This Year

Honor, a Huawei sub-brand has entered the smartphone market after it began launching its series of mobile devices in June of every year since 2013. Now, a new report claims that the company intends to launch a new lineup of smartphones in April of this year. The report was surfaced by @Rodent950 on Twitter, and it suggests that Honor is prepared to bring the new flagship mobile devices series in April 2020. The series is expected to be called Honor 30. Honor 30 Series’ Expected Features And Specs The forthcoming…

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Google Play Store Gets A Rival, Says Reuters

According to the latest reports, it seems that the Google Play Store is getting company. Huawei, Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi are teaming up in order to work on a new integrated mobile store for Android that will replace the Google Play Store. Global Developer Service Alliance (GSDA) This new platform is reportedly called the Global Developer Service Alliance (GSDA), and it’s not only for apps. The companies also want to provide devs a place to market and distribute apps, movies, games, and music to their clients who are outside of…

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Huawei Plans To Introduce More Powerful CPUs and Motherboards For Desktop PCs

Huawei has entirely dismissed any information about developing full computers. The manufacturer was reportedly constrained to provide such news after some sturdy servers and PC, running Huawei’s Kunpeng processors, released online. Huawei also stated that it would go on with its development of powerful processors. It would also prepare some silicon chips for computers, but it won’t release any complete system. The dismissal appears at a very intriguing period because of China’s recent issues. China had requested the local government to start alienating themselves from other hardware and software computer…

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