Despite the uncertainty caused by the trade war between the United States and China, the Huawei company is developing its new high-end devices, the Mate 30 series. Right now the buzzword is “5G”, so the Chinese company would equip This new technology in the new generation of smartphones.
Despite the ban that will start on August 19 if an agreement between the two parties is not reached, Huawei plans to launch both the Mate 30 and the Mate X range presented at the beginning of the year in Barcelona, Spain.
Huawei plans its next releases, the Mate 30 family and Mate X are in sight
The Mate 30 5G will be launched in December, according to the slide shown below shared by company officials at a conference about the 5G in Russia. This can make us indicate that, if launched in a country, it will also be launched worldwide for the rest. We can expect the entire Mate 30 family to appear in stores around the world, although it is not clear whether it will be in the United States.
As for the 4G versions of the Mate 30 range, it is expected that they will be released earlier, in the month of November . This would fit with the Huawei plans carried out in recent years with this range.
On the other hand, Mate X, your folding device should arrive in September. By then, it is expected that the Korean Samsung has introduced another folding device, but first must solve the problems presented by the Galaxy Fold.
The Chinese company had plans to launch Mate X months ago, but wanted to ensure that the device was in perfect condition to be sold to the general public, avoiding the problems that occurred to the Samsung terminal. Huawei is taking his time so that everything is perfectly prepared and no problems of continued use arise.
Huawei has already launched its first smartphone with 5G connectivity in some parts of the world, the Mate 20X 5G. Soon it will arrive in Russia as we can see in the image, and we hope that it will also reach other places in the world. Although, for now, have a device with this capacity is not an advance as little profit, at least in Spain, it can be removed.