Observers expect agreement
Chipmaker Qualcomm is in talks to settle a patent dispute with China’s Huawei and the word on the street is that the pair will reach an agreement in the coming weeks.
Invitation hints at triple-camera setup
Although it has decided to skip the P20 announcement at the MWC 2018 show in Barcelona, Huawei had a lot to show and it even released an invite for the upcoming P20 event that will be held on March 27th, in Paris.
Competition is too brutal warns Huawei
The smartphone industry is set to consolidate as crucial players surrender to the market leaders, warned a Huawei bigwig.
Coming in 8.4- and 10.8-inch sizes
Although it has left its P20 smartphone announcement for a later date, Huawei had a lot to show at MWC 2018, including the high-end MateBook X Pro notebook and the new MediaPad M5 tablets, which aim at the premium tablet market.
13.9-inch FullView screen, 8th gen Intel CPU and impressive design
Huawei has kicked off its Mobile World Congress 2018 event with a rather impressive looking notebook which features a rather impressive design as well as some serious hardware, all packed in a metal uni-body with 13.9-inch FullView touch screen with slim bezels.
Chinese giant Huawei said it's the first smartphone maker in the world to use such a device to drive a car.
The US number one spying chum has no problem
While the US claims that Huawei is a spy for the Chinese government, it seems that the UK, which does a lot of US spy work, has no problem working with the company.
Huawei might be breaking its tradition of launching new premium phones at a Mobile World Congress press conference. The Huawei P20, the successor to the P10, will most likely launch at a dedicated event in Paris on March 27.
On target for 2019 5G adoption
Deutsche Telekom (DT), Intel and Huawei have been working on what they have been calling the world's first 5G interoperability and development testing (IODT) based on the 3GPP R15 Standard with a commercial base station.
"National security concerns" are probably protectionism
US politicians are never going to stop a small thing like “proof” stand in their way of Chinese companies making a mess of their protectionism.