Huawei Mate 60 or P60 series will support 5G network

Huawei Mate 50

Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is one of the most innovative smartphone brands worldwide. However, for obvious reasons, Huawei is only a shadow of itself. Many thanks to the ban by the U.S. and its allies. Despite the bans, the Huawei smartphone business is still holding on to its own. The company recently released its latest flagship series, the Huawei Mate 50 series. Huawei’s recent smartphones can not directly use the 5G network at the moment. However, there is a communication case that converts its 4G network to 5G. After the launch of the Mate 50 series, the company is now looking toward the Huawei Mate 60 series or the P60 series.

Huawei Mate 50 series / Huawei Mate 60

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Huawei to launch a 5G smartphone next year

There are indications that Huawei will be able to launch a 5G smartphone next year. A Weibo tech blogger claims that Huawei will likely launch 5G models next year. Nevertheless, this will only happen if everything goes according to plan. The report claims that there will be some chip surprises in the second half of next year. From this report, it is very likely that the Huawei Mate 60 series or P60 series will support 5G networks next year.

In addition, not long ago, a blogger reports that 5G will be stable next year. At the time, his statement reads “P60 is only a prediction, but Mate 60 must have an internal product meeting held by Huawei”. From this statement, we can expect the Huawei Mate 60 series to support 5G out of the box.

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It is worth mentioning that at the Huawei Fully Connected Conference in 2021, Huawei’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun responded to the future development of Huawei’s mobile phone business, he said, “Because of chips, Huawei’s mobile phone business is indeed facing great challenges. If you want to buy Huawei’s 5G mobile phone, you can’t buy it”. Xu Zhijun also claims that Huawei is working hard to get the mobile phone business back on track. 

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