However, the handset has a huge problem in western markets, and that’s the software. While it may all be based on Android 10, the Mate 30 phones ship without Google apps, which means they offer an Android experience unlike anything Android users expect in western markets like the US.
Even worse, there’s no easy or safe way to preload Google apps on the phone, so unless Trump lifts the ban on Huawei, you’d have to get used to Huawei’s version of Android 10.
While it’ll be a while until Huawei can impress us with its software, the brand certainly seems ready to take plenty of risks on the hardware side to lure in more customers. And Huawei is about to launch an all-screen phone with a design that’s unlike anything the world has ever seen.
Earlier this year, Huawei unveiled its first-ever foldable handset, the Mate X, which looked a lot better than Galaxy Fold. The handset is still delayed, with a release expected next month.
But Huawei is about to launch a phone featuring an all-screen design that’s only been theorized so far. Some companies have patents on similar tech, while others have even shown what such a concept would look like.
If the following tweet is accurate, however, Huawei will actually unveil a commercial product next week that packs a more mature version of the technology we’ve all been waiting for. More
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