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Huawei P50 Pro camera details revealed via a teaser video

Huawei P50 Pro camera details revealed via a teaser video

Huawei has a new smartphone expected to launch later this month, on July 29. The smartphone is expected to be the Huawei P50 Pro, and recently a teaser video was published that has given up some details on the cameras the smartphone will feature. Eagle-eyed viewers of the teaser video were able to zoom in to read some of the text next to the camera lenses.

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Huawei event announced with full P50 reveal likely

Huawei event announced with full P50 reveal likely

While summertime can be something of a slow period for new phone reveals, it seems that isn't the case this year. Huawei has announced a new reveal event for the end of this month, saying that it will announce its new flagship products during the show. In fact, the event itself is called the "Huawei New Flagship Products Launch," so that really doesn't leave too much to the imagination.

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Nokia X60 rumored to run Huawei HarmonyOS instead of Android

Nokia X60 rumored to run Huawei HarmonyOS instead of Android

HMD Global has made great strides in reviving the Nokia brand in the Android world. Whether it's successful or not is still debatable but, so far, it has definitely played the part of a good Android maker, especially when it comes to its commitment to Android updates. Now there are whispers that its honeymoon phase with Android might be over and is courting another partner, one that would see an upcoming Nokia X60 and X60 Pro run Huawei's shiny new HarmonyOS instead.

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Huawei shipped only 14.19 million smartphones last quarter

Huawei shipped only 14.19 million smartphones last quarter

Recent market figures have shown Huawei's fall from grace in the smartphone market, falling off most market analysts' Top 5 vendors. Just how much it fell isn't always evident but a new infographic reveals the troubles that Huawei experienced in the first quarter of this year. According to Counterpoint Research, Huawei only made up 4% of the global smartphone shipments of the year's first three months, a massive loss considering it was once the world's number one smartphone brand even for a brief moment.

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Honor 50 Series teased and you may feel deja-vu

Honor 50 Series teased and you may feel deja-vu

Honor has begun teasing its newest flagship smartphone, the Honor 50 Series, ahead of its full reveal later this month, and you'd be forgiven for feeling a sense of deja-vu right about now. The new handset has a distinctive double-circle camera system on the rear, strongly reminiscent of the aesthetic Huawei teased us with last week of its own P50 Series phone.

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Huawei Watch 3 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch 3: The better option

Huawei Watch 3 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch 3: The better option

The smartwatch industry is gaining pace with more OEMs joining the party. After Samsung, which has been a fiercer competitor for the Apple Watch, the likes of OnePlus and now Huawei is trying to make inroads. To present a viable option, Chinese tech giant Huawei has announced its first smartwatch running the in-house HarmonyOS. Dubbed Huawei Watch 3, it has launched alongside a Pro variant.

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Huawei Watch 3 puts HarmonyOS and LTE on your wrist

Huawei Watch 3 puts HarmonyOS and LTE on your wrist

Huawei today announced the Huawei Watch 3, its first smartwatch running HarmonyOS as opposed to other smartwatch operating systems such as Android Wear or Huawei's own LiteOS. As described today, the Huawei Watch 3 comes with a feature set that you'd more or less expect out of a modern smartwatch, though there are some extras like eSIM functionality and LTE connectivity that will help make it feel like more of a standalone device.

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Huawei P50 Series revealed: Striking design and ominous forecast

Huawei P50 Series revealed: Striking design and ominous forecast

Huawei has revealed its new flagship smartphone, teasing the Huawei P50 Series but conceding that right now the Chinese company isn't sure when, exactly, the handset will actually launch. The original plan had been to release the Leica-co-branded phone this spring, Huawei said today, but global politics has undermined that roadmap.

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Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 gives HarmonyOS 2.0 a tablet launch

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 gives HarmonyOS 2.0 a tablet launch

Huawei has revealed HarmonyOS 2.0 and the MatePad Pro tablet, its latest attempt to convince the tech world that being cut off from Google's software by the US isn't going to slow it down. The upgraded platform is intended to run on everything from smartphones and wearables, to tablets, smart TVs, and home appliances, and will also be used on the Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro smartwatches that were also announced today.

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Huawei Watch 3 with HarmonyOS seen in the wild

Huawei Watch 3 with HarmonyOS seen in the wild

Huawei's big event is just in a day or two, depending on which side of the world you're on, and many will be curious as to what HarmonyOS really brings to the table. Huawei will most likely put a heavy focus on how its homegrown OS will work on smartphones as a response to its inability to get Google Play apps and services on its devices. Part of HarmonyOS's promise, however, is its ability to run on many smart devices, just like Android, including smartwatches like this alleged Huawei Watch 3 that some netizens took photos of.

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Huawei HarmonyOS will be coming to these phones next week

Huawei HarmonyOS will be coming to these phones next week

Wednesday will be a big day for Huawei and not because it's announcing new phones. Actually, it might tease some new phones but the focus of its event will be on the software that will run on those phones. It will be HarmonyOS that will be taking center stage, figuratively and literally, and it will finally show to the world Huawei's vision for a Google-less world. Of course, its success will depend on how many phones it will be available on and it seems that the company will be pushing it hard even on Huawei phones already out in the wild.

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Apple Watch leads the smartwatch market but Wear OS still has hope

Apple Watch leads the smartwatch market but Wear OS still has hope

Given the increased attention to personal fitness and health in the past months since the pandemic hit last year, it's really no surprise that smartwatch sales have considerably risen during that period. Given its focus on health and fitness as well as its track record in saving lives, it is also no surprise that the Apple Watch continues to lead that market all the way to the first quarter of 2021. It isn't too late for Google's Wear OS, however, and it might finally catch a break in the coming quarters, presuming its partnership with Samsung bears good fruit.

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