Starting at €799 for the Mate 30 and €1099 for the Pro.
Huawei hasn’t been in the best standing with the United States government, as of late. The company isn’t allowed to ship new phones with Google apps, multiple companies have stopped working with them, and the US put the OEM on its Entity List, stopping any US-based company from working with Continue Reading
The company was just granted an extension on its pardon from being excluded from using Android services.
They also come with edge-to-edge screens and pretty decent specs.
Tensions between the company and the United States are to blame.
The company blames Samsung, but it’s probably due to the US government.
Yet another consequence of being on the US Entity List.
Hello Nano Memory?
Announced at the worst possible time.
Huawei will have until August 19th to get out any important upgrades for its devices.
The US and Huawei’s disagreements seem to be the reason.
Just not in the way you might think.
The phone will go up to €1,249 for the P30 Pro with 512GB of storage.
The company’s latest flagships look pretty promising.
We also get more details on the P30 Pro’s 10x zoom.