Yesterday, Huawei had a big event in China where it disclosed a set of new products. Among them, we had the spotlights on the Huawei P60 series and the Huawei Mate X3. The two P60 series phones continue Huawei’s legacy in the flagship territory. Despite everything that the company has to adapt, smartphones are to prove that the company still has some of the best technologies in the world. Although they miss 5G, their cameras are there to challenge the 2023 flagships. When it comes to the Huawei Mate X3, continues the brand’s journey in the foldable segment. These devices are set to compete in Europe starting May 9.
Huawei P60 Pro and Mate X3 to begin their journey in Europe
We have to say that it’s challenging for Huawei to compete in the global markets. However, it seems that the company is finding a way to reduce the gap between Chinese and global releases. The Huawei P60 Pro and the Huawei Mate X3 will be revealed in Germany on May 9. They will have to battle the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, iPhone 14 Pro series, and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 series. Despite the lack of 5G connectivity, we can say that these devices have enough hardware to prove themselves in the flagship segment.
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One can argue that Huawei phones are not so relevant due to the lack of Google Play Services. Yeah, this is a must for most international consumers. However, it’s not that hard to bypass this and sideload GMS on these phones. The lack of 5G may still be a hard punch for some users, but there is always another part that will think that 4G LTE is more than enough.
Besides the Huawei P60 Pro and the Mate X3, the brand will also bring the Watch Ultimate and the FreeBuds 5 TWS earbuds. There is no word about the launch of the vanilla P60, or other Huawei devices launched yesterday in China. Details regarding the price of these devices will probably be revealed in the next few weeks.