Huawei recently announced the Nova 5T in the Philippines, marking a return to form for one of the best-value smartphone series on the local market. We’ve published our review of the Huawei Nova 5T, and we recommend that you check it out if you’re looking for a new handset that ticks most boxes without costing a small fortune.
And the cat’s out of the bag! The global launch of Huawei‘s next flagship smartphones will be held in Munich, Germany, September 19.
For years, the Huawei Nova series has been the tech giant’s best-selling range of mobile devices in the Philippines and other markets, perhaps to the surprise of many who didn’t see how a Chinese brand could threaten the dominance of Apple and Samsung right away.
A new star is set to explode into the local smartphone scene. Huawei Philippines today launched a James Reid-endorsed Nova handset that is going to be available this September 14.
We’re a few weeks away from the supposed September 19 global launch of the Huawei Mate 30 series in Europe. So far, we’ve received contradicting reports about the Pro model’s design.
Huawei recently published a video revealing that its next-generation flagship chipset, the Kirin 990, will be introduced at IFA 2019 in Berlin on September 6. The date coincides with the company’s keynote at the annual consumer-electronics trade fair.
When Huawei debuted the Nova series in 2016, there were a few doubts that it would succeed.
HarmonyOS — or Hongmeng, as it is called in China — Huawei’s first-party operating system built from the ground up, has been the subject of great interest since it surfaced as a possible replacement for Android if the ban on U.S. exports to Huawei is not lifted.
It was only a few days ago when Google confirmed on its Android Enterprise Partners page the existence of a Huawei Nova 5T model.
On the day the temporary general license that allows American companies to do business with Huawei is set to expire, the United States Commerce Department announced an extension of the initial 90-day reprieve.