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Huawei P40 Pro price vs. Galaxy S20 Ultra

Huawei’s P40 Pro might have one big advantage over the Galaxy S20

March 13th, 2020

Huawei’s upcoming P40 series will be the first P-series version to ship without Google apps preinstalled, as Huawei is still banned from working with Google. The P40 Pro, meanwhile, is expected to be Huawei’s best answer to the iPhone 11 and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra, which means the handset will carry a high price tag. …

Huawei P40 Pro Release Date

Huawei’s next flagship phone might have the same problem as the Galaxy S20

March 11th, 2020

The Huawei P40 launch event will go forward on March 26, although the Chinese smartphone vendor will unveil the phone via an online-only presentation because of the coronavirus outbreak. The new phones will likely launch in Europe in the weeks following the event, with the P40 Pro model being Huawei’s best answer to Samsung’s Galaxy …

Huawei Ban

Google reportedly wants to do business with Huawei again

February 25th, 2020

The Mobile World Congress might be canceled, but several companies in the industry announced new products this week, including China’s largest smartphone maker, and the world’s second-largest handset vendor. Huawei unveiled a brand new version of the Mate X foldable that impressed us last year, which is better in every way than its predecessor (except …

Huawei US ban

Google explains why you can’t get its apps on Huawei’s new phones

February 24th, 2020

One of the prevailing international storylines in the smartphone industry over the past few months has been the US government’s ban of Huawei devices, which has forced Huawei to look beyond Android for a mobile operating system to run on its new phones. We’ve heard Huawei’s side of the story, and the Chinese vendor has …

Huawei Android Ban

The Huawei ban might backfire and burn Google in the most spectacular way

February 6th, 2020

Google managed to convince every smartphone maker in the world, except for Apple, to use its Android mobile operating system on their smartphones. The Android and iOS duo needed only a few years to “kill” Nokia, Palm, BlackBerry, and Microsoft, and Android ended up winning the lion’s share of the market. But just because Google …