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Huawei to unveil an all-screen phone next week
« on: October 11, 2019, 11:56:42 AM »

Is Huawei about to unveil an all-screen smartphone? A tweet from a gentleman named Jeb Su (via BGR) contains a teaser from Huawei showing an illustration of such a phone. The image says that the beleaguered Chinese manufacturer will announce such a device on October 17th in France. Su says that the phone will feature an in-display selfie camera and fingerprint scanner. He happens to be VP of Advanced Technologies, Principal Analyst and Technology Futurist at Atherton Research. The firm is a global technology research firm.

If such a phone is unveiled by Huawei this month, it isn't clear when such a device would be released. The company unveiled the Mate 30 series last month and the foldable Mate X could be released this month. Besides the backlog, the technology used to produce an in-display camera is in its infancy. This could push back the release of Huawei's all-screen phone to sometime in late 2020 or even 2021. Huawei could remain on the U.S. Commerce Department's Entity List when this phone is released; that would prevent it from accessing its U.S. supply chain and force the company to repeat how it handled the lack of the Google Play Services version of Android on the Mate 30 family. The latter runs on the AOSP open-source version of Android with Huawei's App Gallery used for app distribution. That could limit the appeal of such a device outside of China. As a result, it might behoove Huawei to show off the device now but hold off on an actual release to stall for time and hope that the Trump administration removes it from the Entity List. Some believe that the U.S. intends to use Huawei as a bargaining chip in an attempt to get better terms out of China in any new trade agreement between the two countries.


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