Before Huawei launched the Mate 30 series in Munich, it unveiled two new color variants of the P30 Pro at the IFA 2019 technology show in Berlin.
Huawei has launched its latest Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro flagship models with upgraded designs; big, bright OLED screens; and camera hardware that promises to be better than anything we’ve seen on a smartphone.
Huawei has officially taken the wraps off the Mate 30 series at a launch event here in Munich, Germany.
At an event in Munich, Germany, which we at Revü Philippines attended, Huawei officially unveiled its new Mate 30 flagship smartphone alongside the Mate 30 Pro and Porsche Design Mate 30 RS.
For Huawei, the rollout of 5G brings with it the opportunity to rethink possibilities in smartphone technology. And that’s what it did with the 2019 Mate series.
A new report says that Huawei’s about-to-be-launched flagship smartphone could boast one or two video capabilities that other devices don’t have. Far from it, actually.
September isn’t even over yet, but we’re already calling it: Of all handsets offered by premium brands in the Philippines this quarter, the Huawei Nova 5T (click this to know more about the James Reid-endorsed phone) is the best flagship-grade smartphone for the younger generation.
Huawei Philippines’ star for this year — the P18,990 (around $367) Nova 5T, which is meant to be a flagship phone for the younger generation — will finally be released September 14.
While we wait for Huawei’s announcement of the Mate 30 series on September 19, the tech giant unveiled a refreshed Huawei P30 Pro draped in two new two-tone finishes at IFA 2019. The annual tech convention in Berlin also became the jump-off point for the new Kirin 990 processor with an integrated 5G chip, which will be used to power …
The day has come. Huawei Philippines’ newest #NovaStar, the Nova 5T, is already available for preorder starting today, September 6.