Will ban US chips
Senior officials in the Trump administration agreed to new measures to restrict the global supply of chips to China’s Huawei Technologies as punishment for “China spreading the coronavirus”.
Gets Leica Penta Camera system, ceramic coating, and fast wireless charging
In addition to the P40 and the P40 Pro, Huawei also announced the P40 Pro+, a direct answer to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which gets an upgraded camera system, special ceramic coating, and faster charging.
50MP main camera, 90Hz screen for the P40 Pro, and Kirin 990 5G all across the range
Huawei held its announced P40 Series online global launch event where the company has announced a total of three smartphones in the P40 series, the P40, P40 Pro, and the P40 Pro+, giving its flagship smartphone line a big boost on both camera and hardware side.
One model has five cameras
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei consumer group, introduced the Huawei P40 series in a virtual conference held on YouTube.The smartphones are the P40, the P40 Pro, and the P40 Pro+.
Something like it appears on Geekbench
Huawei might be getting close to launching its new 5G-enabled smartphone.
AQM-AL10 spotted on Chinese certification site
Huawei appears to be gearing up for the launch of its new mid-range smartphone.
Online event confirmed, possible European pricing rumored
Huawei is gearing up for the announcement of its next flagship smartphone series, the P40, which will be held as an online event, and not in Paris, France, as expected earlier. The latest teaser pretty much confirms the big camera bump on the back, and the latest rumor shows European prices as well.
This is one US embargo which might hurt
According to a report from The Information, Huawei expects to see a 20 percent drop in sales of its Android smartphones during 2020.
Gives them fudge, flannel and kippers them
Prime Minister Boris Johnson defeated his first party rebellion over a government decision to allow China’s Huawei to have a role in building Britain’s 5G phone network.
Expensive 5G is ok, only rich people should have it anyway
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces his first rebellion on Tuesday over his decision to allow China’s Huawei a role in building the country’s 5G phone network.