Why I was excited about the arrival of a new Chinese smartphone and why the company’s launch is ‘a win for the world’
The arrival of Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is another milestone in the Chinese smartphone boom.
The Chinese firm has won the $50 million $1 billion Google-backed $100 million round from China’s largest telecommunications firm, China Mobile, to develop a device that will compete with Apple’s iPhone, the world’s most popular smartphone.
The device, called the Huawei Ascend Mate, will be released in the first quarter of 2019 and will be the companys first phone in the region to be made by Huawei.
Huawei, which began life as Huawei Mobile, has grown into a major global player in telecoms, but it has not always been a major player in smartphones.
It has been building and selling smartphones for decades, and its first smartphone, the Huawei Mate 7, was unveiled in 2016.
In 2018, it acquired the Japanese smartphone maker, ZTE, which it acquired in 2018 for $1.2 billion.
The Huawei Ascend is a major step forward for the Chinese company, which was originally created to manufacture the Huawei P9, which launched in 2010.
The P9 was a premium phone with a higher price point.
Huong said the Ascend Mate will have a new design with more metal on the front and back of the phone.
It will also have a larger battery, better camera, faster processors and more advanced software.
The phone will be made in China, and it will come with a 4G network, a 1.7GHz processor, a 2GB RAM, 64GB storage, a 6MP camera, a 4,000mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor.
It is unclear how much the Ascend is going to cost, but Huawei said it will be priced at $200.
It is unclear when the device will be available in China.