New Huawei Cellular Phones For 5G

New Huawei Cellular Phones For 5G
September 20, 2019 10 Comments Uncategorized Jack Stephens

Released September 19, 2019

Huawei 5G phones

Huawei’s newest models released today are the Mate 30 5G and the Mate 30 Pro. Huawei is the world’s third largest producer of cell phones, only surpassed by Samsung and Apple. Huawei’s newest 5G phones were introduced by Richard Yu Chengdong in Munich. This is a laudable feat, given the uneasy atmosphere currently experienced between the United States and China.

Some hindrances this tense international political situation causes are that, at this point, Huawei has to sell these phones with an open-source version of the Android operating system. U.S. restrictions placed on Huawei will not allow the most recent version of Android to be used. Huawei is about to release its own operating system called HarmonyOS, but it was not ready for release at the time these newest Huawei 5G phones were ready for sale.

Other features affected by the sanctions and restrictions are that the phones will not include Google apps such as Google Maps, Playstore, Gmail or YouTube. These will be replaced by Huawei’s Android-based interface, EMUI, which will apparently allow downloads of some apps like Whatsapp, Instagram and Facebook. How this works out remains to be seen.

The dimensions of the phones will be similar. The Mate 30 5G is 6.62 inches long. Its screen resolution is slightly lower than the Mate 30 Pro and it features a camera system, a “dark mode” for subduing backgrounds for easier viewing and reverse wireless charging. It is powered by Huawei’s Kirin 990 processor which gives the phone its 5G capability. Its back cameras are 16 MP, 40 MP and 8 MP. It can also be used as a charging pad for compatible devices. It comes in 4 colors – black, silver, green and purple with an optional vegan leather finish. It has a 4,200 mAh battery.

The Mate 30 Pro 5G is only slightly smaller than the Mate 30, measuring only 6.53 inches but it is the more technologically loaded version. It boasts a curved “Horizon Display” OLED display screen, excellent screen clarity, and its quad camera system has a 40MP ultra-wide cine camera, a 40MP super-sensing wide camera, an 8MP telephoto lens and a 3D depth-sensing camera. The speaker is built into the screen. Volume is controlled by tapping and sliding your finger on the screen. It comes in a variety of colors, finishes and textures. It has a 4,500 mAh battery. In its 5G version, it will also have an internal 5G modem.

Mate 30 Pro 5G

Both phones will be available in Asia and Europe as early as October 2019 and possibly in the U.K. at a later date. At the present time, due to the economic conflict between the U.S. and China, don’t look for them to be found in the States any time soon. For a more detailed look at these newly released devices, visit https://www.techradar.com/news/huawei-mate-30-pro .

Also, click here to view 5G cell phones that may be available to you right now!

 

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    Charles

    Thank you for this great post, Very easy to comprehend, I really like the Huawei Mate 30 5G, it camera features is great and the size is nice. I do hope this conflict of a thing between USA and china comes to an end so that the phone can be readily available here in Florida.

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      Jack

      Well, as I mentioned in my post, I wouldn’t look for a Huawei product to be available in the U.S. any time soon. It isn’t just the China/U.S. trade war, but the U.S. government has certain legal issues with Huawei itself. I would recommend evaluating one of the 5G phones on my website’s page about what 5G phones are available now. Maybe look at a Samsung or LG model.

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    C

    Thank you Jack. I have never heard much about the Huawei Company until recently where I heard that they couldn’t have Android apps. But I still didn’t fully understand the situation. Thanks for explaining some of the political issues which are creating issues for this phone company. Also, I had no idea that they were the third largest cell phone producer in the world.

    right now I use a Samsung phone and so does my dad and my sister. I’m not sure if we would switch to a new brand of phone, but the certainly sounds like an interesting one, with the OLED display and high-tech features. Thank you for this great post about it, I have learned a lot from your website today and will definitely be back.

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      Jack

      Thanks for your kind comments. Please keep in mind that Huawei phones probably won’t be available in the U.S. for quite some time, if ever. I don’t know where you are in the world, but always pay close attention to which systems the phone you are considering is compatible with. Samsung is an excellent choice with the 5G models they have introduced so far. See my page on what 5G phones are available now.

      https://5g-cell-phones.com/what-5g-phones-are-available-now/

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    Henry

    Hi Jack! These phones come at a time with so much tension between the United States and China. I really like the features of both phones, but I prefer Mate 30 Pro 5G. I have heard that this open-source version of the Android operating system is quite good. But not having Google Maps, Playstore, Gmail or YouTube is a hard blow. Do you know if this will impact these phone’s prices? Thanks. 

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      Jack

      Yes, the 5G phones will have a higher price tag, but that is understandable. What surprises me is the emphasis China has on 5G when it will be quite some time before China will have it over most of the country. I would say the U.S. and maybe some European countries and the U.K. will be first to have sizeable parts of their nations fully converted to 5G.

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    grea8J

    Jack, this is a very trending news. Job well done to Huawei for their consistent innovation. And this phone has got excellent features, the one that got my interest the most is the ability to control the volume by sliding my fingers on the screen. Generally, I like the idea of 5G phones since they promise us super fast internet speed but I also want to ask if there could be any possible risk especially on our health by 5g phones?

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      Jack

      No. Not at all. The major scares of the past couple of “G”s regarding causing cancer are all unsubstantiated, no matter what YouTube video or article you may see or read. And when it comes to 5G, due to the millimeter wavelengths involved, these waves cannot even penetrate human skin, let alone cause cancer. You get more radiation in your body by simple stepping out into the sun! So if you are in an area that is or will soon be 5G, enjoy!

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    RSI Guy

    Hello,

    It’s crazy how things happen with world events.  Due to the political situation, what are the chances these newly released phones are outdated by the time everything is resolved? With the upgrades you mentioned, I really have to wonder if one of these would be worth the investment over what I already own, knowing it will probably need to be upgraded within a year or two.  You reladed some good information. Thank you!

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      Jack

      I think what you will find is going to be the same thing that happens when you bring a 4G LTE phone into a 5G area. You will still have your 4G LTE signal and might even receive a side benefit of a little more speed since some of the traffic will be on 5G wavelengths and your 4G will be able to perform closer to its maximum. Upgrades happen all the time and usually don’t do anything but further enhance what you already have. I would expect this to be what will happen in the situation you mentioned. I am not the one who decides these things, but I am sure companies are aware of the potential problems and will make the changes as smooth for their customers as posslble. You should check with your service provider or phone manufacturer to be sure.

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