Forced, like all its competitors, to be content with virtual events since the spring of 2020, and struggling in the international smartphone market due to restrictions imposed on it by the US government, Huawei has no longer organized a major conference. dedicated to its mobiles since the presentation of the Mate 30 series in autumn 2019, in Munich. Change of course starting next month, as the Chinese brand will hold a conference in Vienna on October 21.
For the time being, there is nothing to confirm the model of the smartphone that will be announced, the visual of the invitation already received by certain media merely showing the profile of the device in question. Judging by the shape of the back and the screen, curved on the sides, it could just as well be one of the P50s, made official in July in China, as the Nova 9. The latter, whose the visual was unveiled via Huawei’s social media accounts, will be formalized in China on September 23, and the Viennese event could perfectly well be dedicated to its European launch.
Nova 9 or P50, the smartphone or smartphones that Huawei will unveil next month will share some common points. They will be equipped with the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system, which we have already seen on the brand’s latest MatePad tablets and which, according to Huawei, is currently used by 100 million people in the world. The devices could be equipped with Qualcomm chipset, but without 5G modems, at least according to the leaker Digital Chat Station, which claims that Huawei is seeking to procure chips from the American firm. This also resonates with the presentation of the P50s, equipped with Snapdragon 888 flanked by 4G modems or, for the P50 Pro, a Kirin 9000 4G too. Such a concession, regardless of the models presented in a month, should result in lower prices than those of competing 5G terminals. They will at least allow Huawei to resurface in the European mobile market, the firm with the red petals having focused since last year on wearables, audio devices and other computers.
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