Not worth the effort
Huawei is reportedly going to give up on selling its products and services in the United States due to Washington's accusations that the company has ties to the Chinese government.
Looks like it will have the world's first
While Apple Samsung, Lenovo, Sony, LG are all reported to be working on a foldable smartphone, the dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims they will all be beaten to the punch by Huawei.
Will not say why
Best Buy, the nation's largest electronics big box retailer, has ceased ordering new smartphones from Huawei and will stop selling its products over the next few weeks. Best Buy didn't provide any details as to why it has severed ties with Huawei, but it is pretty likely to do with the "yellow peril" distraction being peddled by the US government.
Observers expect agreement
Chipmaker Qualcomm is in talks to settle a patent dispute with China’s Huawei and the word on the street is that the pair will reach an agreement in the coming weeks.
Invitation hints at triple-camera setup
Although it has decided to skip the P20 announcement at the MWC 2018 show in Barcelona, Huawei had a lot to show and it even released an invite for the upcoming P20 event that will be held on March 27th, in Paris.
Competition is too brutal warns Huawei
The smartphone industry is set to consolidate as crucial players surrender to the market leaders, warned a Huawei bigwig.
Coming in 8.4- and 10.8-inch sizes
Although it has left its P20 smartphone announcement for a later date, Huawei had a lot to show at MWC 2018, including the high-end MateBook X Pro notebook and the new MediaPad M5 tablets, which aim at the premium tablet market.
13.9-inch FullView screen, 8th gen Intel CPU and impressive design
Huawei has kicked off its Mobile World Congress 2018 event with a rather impressive looking notebook which features a rather impressive design as well as some serious hardware, all packed in a metal uni-body with 13.9-inch FullView touch screen with slim bezels.
Chinese giant Huawei said it's the first smartphone maker in the world to use such a device to drive a car.