One year after the successful launch of the Huawei P20 flagship series in Paris, Huawei returns to the French capital in March to reveal its 2019 P30 series of Android smartphones. A tweet submitted by the company this morning marks the official start date of March 26, accompanying the news with pictures of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame de Paris with the promise that "rules were made to be rewritten. "In particular, the teaser video provides a leap to a tight zoom on each of these images, suggesting new and improved zoom features from Huawei's upcoming P30 smartphones.
The most immediate effect of this invitation to mark our calendars is that it signals that there will be no Huawei's flagship phone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Given the relative lack of leaks associated with new Huawei phones, it could have been for a given, but now we know for sure that one month before revealed by P30. So again, with all the Huawei Mate 20 Pro's high specifications and performance, the company can feel comfortable even after the MWC concludes that it already has one of the leading smartphones on the market.
With Samsung hosting a special event on February 20, a few days before the MWC, to launch its new Galaxy S1