Spotted in Switzerland with pre-orders starting on March 2nd
It appears that Huawei's updated foldable flagship, the Mate Xs, will start selling in China on March 5th, and Europe should get it sooner than we thought as it is already listed in Switzerland.
Premium tablet as iPad Pro competition
At its virtual MWC 2020 event, Huawei also described a European announcement of the MatePad Pro, an answer to the iPad Pro tablet, and it will be available in 5G, 4G and WiFi-only versions.
Comes with Kirin 990 5G SoC and improved hinge design
A year after it introduced the original foldable Mate X, Huawei has now announced the Mate Xs, an updated version that will feature a Kirin 990 5G SoC, and a couple of other improvements, including a new hinge system.
New Matebook D14 and D15 laptops come to Europe as well
In addition to a revised foldable Mate Xs flagship smartphone and a new tablet, Huawei unveiled a couple of new laptops at its MWC 2020 stream earlier today, including the all new 2020 edition MateBook X Pro as well as a couple of D-series laptops for markets outside China.
Tobias Ellwood MP wants to move quickly to an alternative
UK MP and Chair of the Commons Defence Select Committee Tobias Ellwood said that member countries of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance should come together to develop an alternative to Huawei.
US's most recent "proof" of Chinese "spying"
Huawei and its Santa Clara-based subsidiary Futurewei stole trade secrets from San Jose tech giant Cisco and used them to copy Cisco routers, the US government claims.
Will lean on TSMC to get Huawei to pay for it
The Trump administration is considering changing US regulations to allow it to block shipments of chips to Huawei from companies such as Taiwan's TSMC.
Date set for February 24th
As MWC 2020 has been officially canceled, Huawei and Honor have now set the date for an online event, which will include a live stream with CEO, Richard Yu, as the host.
Trying to steal from US companies
The US government has ratcheted up its pressure on Huawei by taking it and two of its subsidiaries with federal racketeering and conspiracy to steal trade secrets from American companies.
The Indian government has a tricky time ahead
Beancounters at GlobalData have warned that Huawei’s future in India, the world’s second-largest market after China, remains uncertain.