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Huawei To Reveal Mate 30 Series On September 19 (Thursday)

HUAWEI – China-based technology company Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. announced that it will unveil their Mate 30 series in September 19.

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A report from ABS-CBN states that the company will also unveil the updated version of their mobile processor Kirin, which is their first major project. Both the series and the processor are the company’s first ever major product launches ever since their fight against the US regarding the ban.

The series is set to be revealed in Munich, Bavaria on Thursday, September 19 next week. As for the updated Kirin chip, it will be revealed on Friday, September 6.

A report fom ABS-CBN News states that as of now, it’s unclear if the new Mate series will run on Google’s Android, since it also targets power users.

The company further teased half of it in the invite, which matched with leaks leading to a circular camera module with 4 lenses.

The Mate 30 series, as told by the tech company, would rethink possibilities and it is going full circle. as for the Kirin processor, the company said that it will link users to a whole new audio experience.

As per the report, the company already released their own operating system named HarmonyOS after United States of America president Donald Trump banned American-based companies like Google from selling products to the Chinese-based tech giant.

The series is set to be unveiled a month after South Korean-based tech giant and rival Samsung revealed the Note 10 and Note 10+, and also right after Apple Inc. unveils the 2019 iPhones.

The company further posted on Twitter regarding the unveiling of their series.

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