Some of the features include WiFi charging and flexible display. Or it's just translation gone wrong.
Android has added so many features over the years, changed it design a few times and more. Only the sweet names remain consistent.
The EMUI 9.0 is based on Android 9.0 Pie and Huawei is recruiting a limited number of participants for the beta program so hurry up.
There's only one store in Europe that offers it currently. Even Huawei.com doesn't have it yet.
As previously revealed it's not a beautification filter, but rather Smart HDR that's messing with your selfies.
The company also hints at sales starting shortly after the event.
The new gadget comes with wider eye boxes and improved padding materials over the original headset.
We're leaning towards "not". It also claims that the USB-C port will be 3.1 this time around.
But there's more to it than it meets the eye.
The triple-cam phone with side-mounted fingerprint scanner goes for KRW500,000 ($440).
Analysts say that it may have a lower demand than the XS and XS Max, but will keep the momentum longer.
The price of the phone remains unchanged - €450/$516 for the 8/128 GB version.
Also, Honor Magic 2's virtual assistant Yoyo says "hi".
The platform is an improvement over the SD670 with support for triple cameras.
The connectivity will be provided by the Snapdragon X50 modem, bound to arrive next year.
The update is now rolling out to all Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices.