Huawei revealed that it will introduce several top-of-the-line products to the global market soon, possibly at a large in-person event.
In the last week, the Chinese manufacturer presented the Mate X3 foldable, the P60 line and other interesting equipment, such as the Watch Ultimate, the TalkBand B7 and the FreeBuds 5 headphones.
According to new information, some of these products will be launched globally, going beyond the Chinese market, despite the absence of Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the HarmonyOS operating system.
The GMSArena website revealed that Huawei has sent press invitations regarding a future event, indicating that it will be in person and not a broadcast. The stars of the presentation would be the Mate X3, the P60 line, the Watch Ultimate and the FreeBuds 5.
However, there is an interesting detail in the invitation: Huawei only mentions the P60 Pro as the representative of the line and not the P60 or the P60 Art. However, the global website of the Chinese manufacturer brings the three devices.
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For comparison, Huawei did not list the Pocket S on its global website, which launched in November in China. This could indicate that the P60 and P60 Art won’t launch globally, but it’s too early to make that claim.
Huawei’s presentation on flagship products coming to the global market will take place in may 9. Over the next few weeks several details should be released.