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No Google apps, but more than 200 people still queued up to get Huawei’s Mate 30 phones at the Singapore launch
The first person in line queued up 11 hours just to buy a phone for his wife.
Huawei says its 5G base stations perform better without components from US companies, but it still wants to repair its relationship with America
Huawei has been building new 5G base stations without parts from US companies, and they've been offering better performance, says an executive.
Huawei could have its Harmony OS software ready for smartphones in 6 to 9 months as it prepares for a future without Google’s Android
Huawei's Harmony OS operating system could be ready for phones in six to nine months as the company remains barred from working with Google.
After letting just 200 people in, Huawei is finally releasing more Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro units in Singapore
Only 500 people will get to buy a Huawei Mate 30 or Huawei Mate 30 Pro at the launch event at Somerset.
Huawei is on the verge of releasing its first major smartphone since being blacklisted by the US. Here’s everything we know about it so far.
Huawei is preparing to release its Mate 30 smartphones this month. Here's everything we've heard so far, from its screen size to its quad camera.
By supporting all devices, Harmony could potentially help users create their own massive "super-device".
Trump administration reportedly delays deciding whether to let US companies resume selling to Huawei
The reported move follows China's decision to halt imports of US agricultural goods along with threats to slap additional tariffs on them.
Trump meets with top US tech leaders to discuss sales to Huawei as he moves to soften restrictions against the Chinese tech giant
The meeting between Trump and top tier tech leaders including Google, Intel, and Cisco comes as the US continues to shift its policy towards Huawei.
Huawei abandons its mysterious ‘plan B,’ placing a huge bet on Trump letting them off the hook in trade deal
Huawei's Hongmeng OS was expected to be an Android alternative developed in response to Trump's ban. But a company executive says that's not the case.
The US may approve licenses for companies to start selling to Huawei again in as little as two weeks.