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Posted: Sep 16, 2020
Foldable devices have become a big thing in 2020 and people expect big brands to come up with new ones, so it may come off as disappointing for some to learn that Huawei may not have a new one this year. Specifically, the Huawei Mate X2 that was rumoured for a November 2020 launch could be delayed to 2021.
Posted: Sep 14, 2020
This week might be a tough week for HUAWEI as the Chinese tech giant is going to lose some of its partners including TSMC, LG, and Samsung due to the US ban. Despite that happening, the company still got some exciting plans scheduled as usual, and one of them is the launch of the Mate 40 series. However, it looks like the upcoming flagship series is now reported to have its market release delayed until 2021.
Posted: Aug 22, 2020
It seems that the renders of the Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus have been spotted, giving us a better idea of how the smartphone looks like, as well as what to expect when it is officially launched. Based on the renders, it seems that the aforementioned smartphone will come equipped with a similar camera design as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
Posted: Aug 18, 2020
Huawei launched this year's MateBook X Pro in Malaysia back in May, but an updated model is already on the way. The company released a new teaser of the laptop in question, revealing that the official launch will be tomorrow (19 August 2020). Like the current model, it's expected to be very light and portable.
Posted: Aug 07, 2020
Based on a statement by @RODENT950 on Twitter, Huawei will most likely be unveiling their brand new HiSilicon Kirin 1000 chipset during the IFA 2020 on 5 September 2020. While not much official information in regards to the chipset has been revealed, our source did mention that it will most likely be present on the upcoming Huawei Mate 40 series smartphones.
Posted: Jul 03, 2020
There hasn't been a lot of news on another foldable from Huawei, but if there aren't any major delays it should be available within this year. The Huawei Mate X2 is expected to launch in 2020 and sources have claimed that the display is getting an upgrade.
Posted: Jun 29, 2020
Despite having a tough year (yea, us too), Huawei is still going to launch their devices according to schedule. The Huawei Mate 40 series is expected to be launched in October with an amazing 5nm process. Other than that, we've also heard rumour saying that the series will feature 120Hz refresh rate screens. However, here comes another source saying that it's not true.
Posted: Jun 18, 2020
Based on an image posted by @DSCCRoss in reply to @UniverseIce on Twitter, it seems that the Huawei Mate 40 will most likely come with a 120Hz display. While not much is known in regards to the tech specs of the device, we do know that it will most likely come equipped with a 5nm process chipset and a 9P Freeform lens technology.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 - Xiaomi Q1 2020, realme achievements, Samsung, Digi, Matebook X Pro, TIME, Kaspersky, MediaTek NB-IoT, Huawei, G.SKILL, Epson EH-TW7000, Microsoft Build 2020, Grab, Special: Netflix GuidesPosted: Jun 02, 2020
In this episode of TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 we have the Xiaomi Q1 2020 revenue report and YoY growth, more realme achievements, Samsung on the secure features of their Exynos chipset powering the Galaxy S20 series and a Raya video from Digi. Huawei also weighed in with deals on the Matebook x pro while TIME launched a new campaign.
Kaspersky reveals more online troubles while MediaTek announce their new NB-IoT solutions. Huawei comes back again with more news highlights while G.SKILL shows off what they can achieve with the latest Intel processor and ASUS motherboard. Epson launched a new EH-TW7000 projector while Microsoft announced key highlights for Build 2020.
Grab are showcasing new fun things you can do with their app regarding doodles, while for this episode’s Special: Netflix offer several guides for levelling up at home and answering Raya questions. So, do read on.
Posted: May 27, 2020
We often caution you to take rumours with a grain of salt and there's a good reason for that. Take the Huawei Mate 40 series, for example. A few weeks ago, it was suggested that the device could come with a Kirin 1020 chipset. But the latest rumour claims that it'll be equipped with the Kirin 1000 chipset instead.