Published: Tue, September 03, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Confirmed: Huawei Mate 30 To Officially Launch On 19 September

Confirmed: Huawei Mate 30 To Officially Launch On 19 September

Huawei is launching some new hardware this month.

Aside from the camera department, Huawei's Mate series flagships have always boasted the most robust chipsets.

As you might recall, due to the ongoing trade-war with China and the US, Google can not allow Huawei to use its official apps for Huawei smartphones.

Despite all the on going blacklist issues by the USA govt, Huawei has confirmed the launch date for its next flagship the Mate 30 series phones. There's also extensive use of what looks like a camera lens graphic, suggesting the Mate 30 phones will come packing some serious photo-taking capabilities.

Tune in on 19 September to find out what the situation is with the Mate 30.

The company announced its own in-house operating system HarmonyOS last month, stating that it will be able to adapt to any device; it is likely that it will be lacking some smartphone specific operations that Google has had the time to ideal in its Android operating system.

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But a phone without the ability to search on Google, send emails via GMail, watch videos on YouTube, and locate an office or restaurant through Google Maps will be practically useless for most smartphone users.

Recently, a Google spokesperson shed some doubt on the handset being able to ship with Google apps on board.

So the lack of Google services will not affect Huawei's business in China.

Huawei has been developing its own operating system called Harmony for the use of multiple devices in the connected world. The specs will be unveiled in full in just a few weeks.

Will the Mate 30 still run Android? This is the Chinese smartphone maker's latest flagship smartphone that will be powered by a new Kirin 990 processor. However, its market share has shrunk since the United States announced the ban. The Mate 30 phones are the first to be affected by the ban, with Huawei not yet commenting on the situation.

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