Huawei’s “smartest, fastest, and most high-performing smartphone yet” will be unveiled on February 26
As this year comes to an end, we’re fast approaching the two major events which are taking place at the beginning of next year (and, in fact, every year). There’s CES in January in Las Vegas, and then Mobile World Congress in February in Barcelona.
Since pretty much every device that’s going to be released this year has already been released, it’s time to focus on what’s coming next. And almost everything that’s coming next year will be announced either during CES or during MWC.
And the announcements announcing the announcements have started apparently, with Huawei. The Chinese handset maker has established itself as an own-brand Android smartphone maker this year, but its highest-end offering, the Honor, was only a midrange device.
It looks like the company wants to shed the label of focusing only on cheaper handsets. That’s because it has let us know that it will be announcing its “smartest, fastest, and most high-performing smartphone yet” on February 26. That’s the eve of MWC, which starts on February 27.
That’s all we know for now, but it’s probably safe to assume that the new Huawei smartphone will have at least a dual-core processor. We’ll keep you posted.
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