The mystery has been revealed: Huawei isn't introducing its new flagship smartphones at MWC next month. Instead, it will wait until March 27, when it's holding a special event in Paris. That's when the P11 or P20 family should become official - we still aren't sure exactly which name will be used.
Regardless of that, it is expected to comprise of at least three members, according to recent rumors: a P11/P20, a P11/P20 Plus, and a P11/P20 Lite. A while back there was also a P11/P20 Pro rumored, even allegedly arriving on the market with an iPhone X-like notch.
Keep in mind that at least some of the new models have been said to come with not two but three rear cameras, alongside top of the line specs of course. We hope to see at least one 18:9 screen, and the Kirin 970 AI-infused chipset will probably be at the helm in all but the Lite version.
All tech companies copy; there is always a first to do something. If Huawei can manufacture are physically similar but technologically better and cheaper phone than the iPhone X then please lets stop shooting stones at them.
Man i know that a very long time. I live long enough to know many things more than you could ever imagine. Now tell me if Apple can be manufactured in china is not an china product its US product but assembled in China. Now tell me why Trump all...
China is the world's capital of tech from the manufacturing standpoint. A product that comes from china is not inherently good or bad, it depends on the companies. Who do you think manufactures the largest amount of iPhones? Spoiler alert: CHINA...
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