Huawei is leaving no void to be in the limelight of the tech-world. First, they came with an innovative triple camera smartphone and now the company has patented a smartphone that will be foldable like any other flexible gadget, though smartphones are highly innovative in the foldable category and are seen very few as of current date.
It’s been a month since we hear lots of rumors as to Huawei P20 pro and Huawei p20, P20 pro is the smartphone with the three cameras and will shortly be launched with the boom. Huawei P20 has one more version dubbed Huawei P20 lite, P20’s Cut price version is p20 Lite.
The WIPO is where the patent was registered on 19 September 2017 and published today. The mechanism is somehow looking like[latest-selected-content limit=”1″ display=”title” titletag=”h3″ elements=”2″ term=”huawei” tag=”huawei” orderby=”dateD”] Microsoft Surface Book, the only difference we notice is it is quite compact, unlike the surface book.
From the display’s front, it is a single panel, entirely different from what we saw in Axon M- (two-panel display device) and it is hardly speculating that the device is a tablet-sized when it’s opened, Nor the patent shows how the device works when it’s closed. We couldn’t mark how the device will display a notification or how to check them if there is an LED or a new way to see them. To know more about the foldable smartphone via Huawei, we have to wait for the upcoming notifications, So stay tuned for the latest tech news.
Now Indian buyers will not have to wait any longer for the Huawei’s new device Honor view 10. The company has officially launched the phone in India exclusively on Amazon India for R.s 29,999 ($473). Consumers who are interested can enroll now from the website and will get informed about the arrival of the phone. The sale will begin on Monday, January 8.
The Honor View 10 is the flagship device in the Honor range. In terms of specs, the phone flaunts a 5.9-inch 18:9 FullView FHD+ display along with a dual 16M+20M rear camera and 13M front. Further, it has 6GB RAM with 128GB storage, is backed by a Kirin 970 processor, running on top of Android 8.0 Oreo-based on EMUI 8 and also includes a face identification feature. It is energized by a 3750mAh battery with 9V/2A fash charging.
Huawei is fully prepared to uncover a new New Honor Device in the coming event being held this week. The company has placed an event on December 13 in China.
Unhappily, the poster doesn’t unveil accurately which device will be the core star of the event. However, given the position of sunglasses in the two pictures of Chinese singer/actor as well as the number ‘4’ in the middle, what can be gathered as information at the very least is that the device will feature a dual camera setup coupled both on the front as well as the back.
Given the schedule, we might get to hands on the successor of the Honor Magic, which debuted precisely twelve months ago. The original Magic was the primary Huawei phone featured a focus on AI, so now that the company possesses its own dedicated AI chipset – the Kirin 970 – the chances are, we might get a successor. The news will roll out for sure in two days when the date comes.
Huawei’s journey West scores a record-breaking success – the Huawei Mate 10 Pro outdid the pre-order mark by over 100%. Huawei states it smashed all records for smartphone pre-orders in Western Europe.
The Mate 10 Pro was uncovered on October 16 and sales in the UK started a month later at the cost of £770 (66275.44 INR) or so, though it has slipped to £700 since. And in that month, people gathered to the new flagship in record figures.
The phone is also available for sale in China and is coming soon to other countries. Huawei is still to announce US availability, though it’ll happen very soon.
28 November is the day when Huawei will announce one of its siblings named Huawei Honor V10. There is already a buzzing going on about it since the start.
The photo below allegedly displays the Honor V10 being plied in the wild. In fact, the images are entirely different from what we’ve seen from the TENAA listing of the V10, but the Honor badge below the screen gives it some reliability.
The Honor V10 will carry flagship-class specs when it rolls out. On the front, you’ll see a 5.99-inch 18:9 display of 2160x1080px resolution. The back will hold a 16MP+20MP camera combo. Inside out there will be a Kirin 970 chipset with 6GB of RAM.