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Huawei sets date for P20 launch

Huawei has already officially confirmed that the successor of the P10 and P10 Plus will be aptly named the P20 and P20 Plus. But we wouldn’t be seeing it at this week’s MWC in Barcelona. Instead, we might see it launch in Paris on “27-03-2018” as the new teaser video Huawei released for the P20 and P20 Plus has been uploaded. The seven-second clip also showed hints at the possibility that the phone will have three cameras as is being rumoured. Android Authority got some hands-on time with a prototype of the device but it didn’t have three camera lenses just yet.

The phones are rumoured to be using the Kirin 970 processor so both phones will carry artificial intelligence features (which was also hinted at in the short teaser) and run on Android Oreo. RAM is expected to be between 6GB or 8GB of RAM. Storage might support microSD expansion. And battery could be as large as 4,000mAh. But we’ll only really know the final specs when the phones come out on March 27th.

Source: Android Authority


Huawei P10 and P10 Plus get Android Oreo through beta release

Huawei seems to be following the trend of releasing Android’s latest operating system through beta updates. This time, it’s bringing Android Oreo to its P10 and P10 Plus devices. Huawei Mobile Romania posted on Facebook looking for owners of these two devices with software versions VTR-L09C432B180, VTR-L29C432B180, VKY-L09C432B181, and VKY-L29C432B181. It seems these devices will be getting access to Oreo first. If you have this, you’ll still need to download Huawei’s beta app and login with a Huawei ID. When you join, you’ll immediately get an over-the-air update. You can also opt out of the beta program through the app.

As a reminder, if you rely heavily on your phone, there is a risk using beta software. But if you’re willing to take the risk, you do get early access to some new features such as a EMIU 8.0, floating navigation dock, new look for the settings menu, and a 30-day recycling bin for the gallery. The update is pretty sizable at 2.61GB.

Source: Android Police


Huawei is working on its own foldable phone, too

The big things in smartphone tech right now are the dual camera setup, no headphone jacks, and almost bezel-less displays. But it looks like the next thing we’re going to be seeing a lot of is foldable phones. ZTE has the Axon M and Samsung and LG have announced they are working on their own versions, too. Now, Huawei is looking to join the fray. The company’s CEO Richard Yu told CNET during the Mate 10 launch that they already have a prototype version of a foldable phone. And we can’t expect it to come out this year, instead Yu said the device might debut in 2018, which is also the timeline Samsung is giving for its foldable Galaxy X.

What’s holding them back is the available flexible screen technology at the moment as well as the need for a better mechanical design that what it currently has. Yu said, “We have two screens, but we still have a small gap. That’s not good, and we should get rid of the gap.”


There will be a Porsche Design version of the Huawei Mate 10

Aside from Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, it looks like we’re getting a pricier model, too. A new teaser from the Chinese company’s Facebook page shows the Huawei logo beside the Porsche Design logo. It comes with the text: “The most advanced technology meets the most expressive design on 16.10.2017. #Huaweimate10 #PorscheDesign.” We, of course, can expect a premium build and an infinitely higher price tag with this model. And if we base it off the Mate 9 Porsche Design, this model should be based off the Mate 10 Pro. We just have a few days before we discover what these new devices are made off.

Source: Huawei Mobile Romania | Via: GSMArena