Huawei to Debut its New MatePad Pro by End of November

Yolanda Curtis
November 17, 2019

Chinese language tech large Huawei is selling its first folding smartphone without Google apps or USA -made processor chips following sanctions imposed by Washington.

A source on Thursday denied that China's leading tech company Huawei will postpone sales of its Mate X, saying that the 5G foldable smartphone will go on sale across China on Friday as scheduled.

Huawei denies US accusations the company might maybe presumably maybe facilitate Chinese language spying.

The question over Huawei's future with Android has been hanging in the balance for the best part of 2019, but the company has always been committed to bringing Android 10 to its flagship phone - the Huawei P30 Pro.


The Trump administration is lobbying European and assorted allies to exclude Huawei equipment as they put collectively to pork up to subsequent-expertise telecom networks. The company can use the open-source version of Android but if USA sanctions are fully enforced, it will lose access to Google's popular music and other apps, making it harder to compete with Samsung.

The Mate X uses Huawei's EMUI 9 operating system, which is based on Google's Android. It comes loaded with Chinese language doable alternate alternate choices to Google song, maps and assorted apps.

Samsung's foldable smartphone Galaxy Fold, the Mate X's major competitor which doesn't support 5G, entered the Chinese market on November 8, and the device sold out on various platforms shortly after, according to media reports.

He did not mention the particular products, but we can assume that Huawei MatePad Pro is one of them.


Huawei calls it a falcon-wing design.

Besides smartphones, a list of other Huawei devices are now available to purchase including the Matebook 13 laptop (from RM3,599), Watch GT 2 (from RM799), Huawei x Gentle Monster Smart Eyewear (RM1,599), FreeBuds 3 earphones (RM679) and Wifi Q2 Pro WiFi mesh (RM499). The company says, however, it wants to keep working with American vendors. Its chairman, Liang Hua, warned in July it would "face difficulties" within the second half of.

The full 180,000-member workforce also will receive an extra month's salary, the company said.


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