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New fashion collection is co-created using the AI from the HUAWEI P30 series

Huawei has today launched “Fashion Flair”, a new smartphone based approach to fashion design that combines the power of smartphone Artificial Intelligence (AI) with...

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro’s Dual-View Camera Mode Now Available Overseas

With the recent introduction of EMUI 9.1 and its B153 version being rolled out gradually in overseas markets from today, Huawei has given HUAWEI...

Review: Huawei P30 Pro it’s got “Zooming Magic inside”

With the Huawei P30 Pro is billed as the 'ultimate evolution in mobile photography' by its CEO Huawei Consumer Director Richard Yu, Huawei also...

Northern Lights come to London for the launch of the Huawei P30 series

Huawei is bringing the Northern Lights to the skies of London this weekend, with a mesmerising laser art installation to mark the UK launch...

Huawei adds benefits for P30 series owners with exclusive services

To celebrate the launch of the P30 series, HUAWEI will bring a range of mobile services benefits to every HUAWEI P30 device including increased...

Unboxing of the Huawei P30 Pro (Midnight Black)

Here is a quick unboxing of the new announced Huawei P30 Pro (sorry about the bad lighting in my hotel room in Paris after...

Huawei reveals the P30 and P30 Pro with 10 times Hybrid Zoom

Huawei has just announced the Huawei P30 and the P30 Pro in Paris, with more improved cameras, larger batteries in both the P30 and...

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