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Friday
Mar222019

Huawei P30 leaks ahead of next week’s event

Huawei’s all set to launch another photo-centric flagship next week (on March 26, to be exact) but it seems someone pulled the trigger early and had the event page up for the new P30 series. Evan Blass spotted the leak, which has since been taken down. As was being rumoured, it features a quad-camera setup with a main 40-megapixel sensor and 10x hybrid zoom (which doubles from the P20 Pro’s 5X zoom). The low-light capability has gotten a boost here, too. There is also a new dual-view video mode, which can show you two of the four cameras at the same time in split-screen. This will let you see both a close-up and wide-angle view. It could make it easier for users to track distant, fast-moving subjects or switch between views easily. It isn’t known if the phone can record this way.

The page also showed the new Huawei Watch GT Active edition, which is being offered for free to P30 Pro buyers in Singapore. It’s going to run on Huawei’s own operating system and is seen as a sportier version of the Huawei Watch GT.

Source: Engadget

Sunday
Feb242019

MWC 2019: Huawei unfolds Mate X

It's here. Huawei's take on the foldable device trend. We welcome the Mate X. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold that has the bigger tablet display inside the fold like a book, the Huawei Mate X folds outwards. If you want to go from the 6.6-inch smartphone display to the 8-inch tablet, you'll just need to unfold it.  It's able to do so thanks to Huawei's patented Falcon Wing design, its hinge that has over 100 components.

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Sunday
Feb242019

'Huawei Mate X' foldable phone appears on billboard ahead of MWC 2019 launch

Samsung isn't the only one with a foldable device coming out. Chinese company Huawei has its own take on the trend. Plus, it's throwing in one more "buzzy" feature: 5G connectivity. Huawei already announced that it had plans to show this new piece of tech off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. And this photo of workers putting up a billboard at MWC seems to confirm the news. It's being called the Mate X and you can see the tagline "World's Fastest Foldable 5G Phone" in the billboard.

Unlike Samsung's take, the Mate X's larger screen seems to be wrapped around the outside of the device. We're not sure yet what it's going to look from the other side but we will find out about it today as Huawei will be holding its press conference at 2 p.m. Barcelona time.

Source: CNET

Tuesday
Feb192019

Huawei set to debut P30 series on March 26th

Huawei will not be unveiling its newest flagship at Mobile World Congress next week. Instead, the company will be hosting its event in Paris next month—similar to what Huawei did last year. The P30 will be launched on March 26. The company isn't saying anything beyond revealing the date and venue. But it claims that the "Rules were made to be rewritten." The teaser video on Twitter also shows prominent spots in Paris being dramatically zoomed in on. There have been previous reports that the P30 Pro might have a periscope-like camera with lossless optical zoom. This might allude to that. For now, we're left guessing until the phones' launch.

Source: Engadget