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Huawei to press ahead with global system

Huawei Technologies, the Chinese technology giant, has emphasized that it will launch the 5G-empowered cell phones amid the final quarter of this current year and press ahead with internationalization plans in spite of the challenging global environment.

The organization made the statement on Tuesday amid the global launch of the Honor 20 cell phones in London.

The Chinese firm has been confronting limitations in markets like the United States after it was added to a trade blacklist. The restriction avoids US organizations from selling components and software to the Chinese firm. Close on the impact points of the US move, Google confined Huawei’s access to Android operating system updates and to some mobile services.

Those controls appeared to have little impact as the Chinese tech giant revealed Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro at the Battersea Evolution venue in the British capital. The gadgets include Huawei’s flagship Kirin 980 processor, quad back cameras, and side-mounted fingerprint scanners, all fronted by a huge, 16 centimeter “all-view” display and 32-mega-pixel selfie camera.

The Honor 20 Pro will retail for 599 euros ($669), while the Honor 20 will sell for 499 euros, which likens to 399 pounds ($505) in the UK.

Zhao Ming, president of Honor, said however the present international situation is challenging, the organization will keep on work hard and attract youthful consumers from over the world with cutting-edge products.

The recently divulged Honor 20 series lineup was at that point certified under procedures known as the Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) and the Vendor Test Suite (VTS) before the trade boycott became effective and, due to that certification, won’t be directly affected by the boycott, at any rate for the present.

In any case, investigators caution that issues may become to be increasingly complex with regards to future security updates.

Huawei Technologies Co affirmed for this present week it will keep on giving security updates and after-sales service for the majority of its cell phone and tablet items, including those that have just been sold comprehensively, and those in stock.

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