ProJames-CHM, 24 Dec 2019Make that blinking red lights please. Those that should have been made available from the star... moreRegional account would tweet such news before the main account. More likely some marketing intern got ahead of themselves and with the boss probably away for Christmas decided to have some fun on twitter.
The original Honor Magic, anyone?
Sure feels like Rem from Re:Zero at this point xD
Quite sneaky of them tbh but as a marketing term to define something that works similarly to what "graphene" could achieve... why not?
(Disclaimer: I've never used a single Huawei or Honor.)
"graphene is a miracle material and does everything ... in labs."
NotAnOpinion, 24 Dec 2019C'mon, folks! This is jelly (without the peanut butter) Huawei that always gets jelly when the... moreWhy would a company seek for an attention if they knew that would result in disappointment and create a negative impression of themselves as a result??? What a weird logic.
Mark my words, the next Huawei flagship will be powered by cosmic energy.
Not saying this is true but do people really believe Samsung will push this to market first?
The loyalist and fans really don't like reality Samsung isn't pushing envelope that much like they used to
I'll bet my money that some Chinese company will make it happen first
myIQis, 24 Dec 2019the level of lie from hauwei is out of the water.Yup.. I am done with them.. actually in most of European countries false marketing and advertising is illegal..
C'mon, folks! This is jelly (without the peanut butter) Huawei that always gets jelly when the tech news are strong for Apple or Samsung and since Sammy's Galaxy s11/11+ rumours are in the headlines several times a day, Huawei is starving for fake attention, as usual.
Well its a nice hoax.
And why to rely on graphene batteries if we can make possible irridium fuel cells capable of self refuelling.
In other words a battery with inifite capacity because it will charge its self always to a 100%.
And it will charge way faster that it can drain.
myIQis, 24 Dec 2019the level of lie from hauwei is out of the water.Given the fact that it came from Huawei's general Twitter account and not Huawei Mobile, and that account used the fan made render and tweeted unconfirmed info, it's safe to assume the person behind the account genuinely didn't know anything about the current development status of this phone. You know, if they wanted to lie they would've kept the tweet instead of deleting it.
If it's not Huawei, it's gonna be some Chinese smartphones start using graphene. Their technology development is very quick.
If the battery was made out of graphene then it might get you a Caviar iPhone 11 Pro.