Huawei launch brand new Mate 30 Series
The prices for the devices have also been revealed.
On Thursday, Huawei unveiled its brand new Mate 30 Series at an exclusive launch event in Munich.
The Mate 30 series will be Huawei's first smartphone series to hit the market since being put on a trade blacklist by America earlier this year, cutting off its new products from access to Google apps and services.
As a result of this, the Mate 30 phones will come with Google's open source Android operating system, but won't have access to the Google Play Store or apps like YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps.
The devices feature integrated quad-camera includes the SuperSensing Cine Camera, a dual main camera system designed for improved photographic and videographic results, while the Huawei SuperCharge and EMUI10 offer long-lasting battery life for heavy mobile users and an "enhanced user experience".
Prices for the phones have also been revealed:
- Mate 30: €799
- Mate 30 Pro: €1099
- Mate 30 Pro 5G: €1199
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, said: "The Huawei Mate 30 Series unleashes the full potential of the smartphone.
"Designed to stand out, it challenges convention while delivering an unrivalled user experience.
"The era of 5G is an opportunity to rethink smartphone technology and the Huawei Mate 30 series is the ultimate expression of what’s possible."
Huawei's latest announcement comes just a week after Apple released information about their new series of iPhones.