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Huawei to update 14 of its current lineup to Android Q

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While we don’t know what Huawei’s relationship with Google will be, for now the company is promising to update a number of its phone to EMUI 10, which is based on Android Q. This includes the Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P30 Lite, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20, Mate 20X 5G, P20 Pro, P20, P Smart 2019, P Smart+ 2019, P Smart Z, as well as its Honor 20 series. That includes the Honor 20 lite, Honor 20, and Honor 20 Pro. EMUI 10 has a new user interface as well as a redesigned camera app with additional scene support. The EMUI logo has been tweaked as well as the system menus.

Source: GSMArena


Huawei pushes back release of Mate X to conduct extra tests

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Huawei’s take on the foldable phone was supposed to launch this month, but after Samsung experienced troubles with the review units it sent out, the Chinese company opted to delay the release of the Mate X. A spokesperson told CNBC that it’s conducting extra tests to make sure the device runs as it should. The foldable phone will be launched in September. Samsung hasn’t revealed yet when it’ll launch the Galaxy Fold.


Huawei has reportedly already shipped 1 million devices with its HongMeng OS

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As expected, Huawei isn’t waiting around for whether the US is going to lift its trade ban against the company. According to the firm Rosenblatt Securities, the Chinese company has shipped one million smartphones carrying its own operating system called HongMeng, which literally translates to Red Dream. It hasn’t been clarified if these phones are market-available products or development products. But the report claims Huawei’s in-house OS works with all Android apps and has “increased security functions to protect personal data.”

According to the China Daily website, Huawei CEO for its consumer business group Richard Yu said the OS “will be available as early as this fall or next spring at the latest.” And the company is preparing to install it on anything that needs an OS—whether that be a smartphone, PC, tablet, car, wearable device, TV, etc. The HongMeng OS has been in the pipeline for years, and it’s said the “HongMeng” trademark is already being acquired at multiple markets, including Canada, Mexico, Europe, and South Korea. As the trade ban reprieve is set to expire soon, we should expect to hear more about Huawei’s plans for its own OS in the coming weeks (or even days).

Source: GSMArena


Google reportedly argues against cutting Huawei off, cites security concerns

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If the reports are to be believed, Google is reportedly urging the Trump administration to lift its ban on doing business with Huawei. The company is citing security concerns as the reason for them to continue working with Huawei.

Last month, Huawei has been blacklisted by the US government and prevented them from conducting business with US companies without prior government approval. So, Google had to restrict Huawei’s access to the Android operating system. And while the US backtracked a bit and delayed that action by 90 days, that reprieve is set to expire on August 19th.

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