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Isn’t it maddening when you’re just trying to do your job and there’s only one roadblock — someone else not doing theirs? That may be how Huawei feels, as the Chinese tech giant still doesn’t have a clear idea what its fate is concerning Android, and licensing of tech from American companies
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus combines the company’s own Exynos 9825 processor with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. That’s before you augment internal space with a microSD, but you’re probably not going to do that.
The whole world waited in anticipation to see what Huawei will do about it losing access to Google apps and Android. Then they found and removed a backdoor method.
Today Huawei announced to Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro, and they both run on Android while boasting impressive specs.
Everything the Chinese company is set to reveal later this week has been revealed, at least visually. We’ve seen all the pending members of the Mate 30 family. And now, you are about to too