Technology The Huawei P40 Pro set to be presented in Paris in March 2020

16:35  17 december  2019
16:35  17 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

Huawei P40 Pro launching in March without Google support

  Huawei P40 Pro launching in March without Google support No Google Play Store, Google Maps, Uber and more for the P40 Pro.More consequentially, Yu added the P40 Pro will run on Android 10 without Google Mobile Services. Since Huawei was blacklisted by the US government from using US tech, Huawei isn't able to license Google's software. Android 10 is open source, meaning Huawei is able to access it freely. Google Mobile Services, which is needed to access the Google Play Store, and apps like Maps , Uber and even Google Podcasts, requires a license, which Huawei is barred from getting.

According to a new report, Huawei P 40 is confirmed to release in late March 2020 . The news arrived after Richard Yu, CEO of the company’s consumer products division The senior executive had stated that the Huawei P 40 will be launched at the end of March during an event that will take place in Paris .

The Huawei P 40 will launch at the end of March during an event in Paris . This is what Richard Yu, head of the consumer brand branch announced to FrAndroid, during an interview with the French press at the group’s premises in Shenzhen, China. The exact date of formalization has yet to be determined.

For the third consecutive year, Huawei will opt to unveil its latest flagship P series smartphone in Paris late next March. Following in the footsteps of the P20 Pro in 2018 and the P30 Pro in March, 2019, it will be P40 Pro's turn to be officially launched in the French capital.

Charles Chao et al. standing on a stage in front of a crowd: Huawei's consumer business CEO Richard Yu already unveiled the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro in Paris in 2019.© Relaxnews / David Bénard Huawei's consumer business CEO Richard Yu already unveiled the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro in Paris in 2019.

For the presentation of these smartphones, which are mainly designed to appeal to photo enthusiasts, Huawei has traditionally chosen Paris, both for its photogenic charms and also in recognition of the massive presence of snaps of the city on social networks.

Huawei’s answer to the Galaxy S11 will have a never-before-seen design

  Huawei’s answer to the Galaxy S11 will have a never-before-seen design The Galaxy S11 might be one of the most anticipated phones of 2020, but it's not the only flagship expected to launch in the first half of 2020. As in previous years, Huawei will unveil a brand new high-end handset in March: The Huawei P40, with the P40 Pro likely being the top of the line version of the series. Huawei already confirmed that the P40 will be unveiled in March in Paris, France. However, you shouldn’t get too excited about a phone you might not be able to buy in the first place. Not only is the P40 Pro unlikely to hit US stores, but the phone might not even run Google apps, as was the case with the Mate 30.

However, Huawei can’t do this forever. Even if it did pull it off for the Huawei P 40 Pro , consumers would essentially be spending 2020 flagship From then on, Huawei is likely going to be working around the clock to make HMS and its new Harmony OS ecosystem a viable option for replacing

The Huawei P 40 (or rather, the Huawei P 40 Pro ) will be no different. The most credible rumours The Huawei Mate 30 is set to ship running Android 10, sans Google Play Apps and Services, so The Huawei P 40 is undergoing extensive testing ahead of an intended release in March 2020 , according

In the last two launches of this kind, the Huawei P20 Pro and P30 Pro both stood out for their advanced photography features: the P20 Pro was the first ever smartphone to be equipped with a triple sensor, while the P30 Pro was noted for its 5x-optical and 10x-hybrid zoom. At the time, both of these models were hailed as the best photography phones on the market and topped the rankings established by the globally renowned optical measurement specialist DxOMark Image Labs.

Along with exceptional photography and video functionalities and unprecedented design, the P40 Pro is also expected to create a sensation with its battery. According to a number of specialist media sources, it will incorporate graphene materials, which will make it last longer and charge faster than a traditional lithium-ion battery.

It remains to be seen if the Huawei P40 Pro, like the Mate 30 Pro, will be deprived of access to Google services. As it stands, United States sanctions targeting the Chinese manufacturer are preventing Huawei from incorporating many of the Mountain View giant's technologies in its latest models. If this continues to be the case, the new device will simply not be usable in some regions where it is essentially impossible to do without the Google ecosystem.

Huawei hits Verizon with lawsuits alleging patent infringement .
It's alleging the US carrier used 12 of its patents without authorization. The suits were filed in United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Texas. © Provided by CNET Huawei filed two suits against Verizon on Thursday. Angela Lang/CNET © Angela Lang/CNET Huawei filed two suits against Verizon on Thursday. "Verizon's products and services have benefited from patented technology that Huawei developed over many years of research and development," Dr. Song Liuping, Huawei's Chief Legal Officer, said in a release.

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