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Huawei teases smartphone launch for Berlin

News by Luke Jones on Thursday July 31, 2014.

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Huawei invite
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Chinese mega brand Huawei has today teased a product launch for a new smartphone, with an event that will take place at 15:00pm on September 4th. The launch will be held during the IFA show in Berlin, Germany, where a number of smartphone vendors will be releasing new products.

The invite has the title tagline "Empowering a Future of Exciting Possibilities" which hardly rolls off the tongue. Huawei hints a little towards the new device with some blurb that says that the upcoming device will be about speed, design, and personalization. We assume that the Chinese company is talking about a smartphone, but here is a left field theory.

If you look at the hands holding the title, they are fairly wide apart, so could that mean that Huawei will launch a new tablet? Food for thought we think.

Smartphone or slate, whatever the device is, Huawei says in the blurb that people around the world will experience the new product, which hints that it will get a global roll out. Those familiar with the company will know that is not always the case as Huawei does not enjoy huge market presence in Europe and the US.

The company is massive in Asia and has been constantly attempting to crack Western markets, perhaps with this new device the company will have another stab at it. If the new product is indeed a smartphone, then it would make plenty of sense for it to be the Ascend Mate 3, a handset that has leaked plenty of time over recent weeks.

The Ascend Mate 3 is due to be another typically blockbuster smartphone from the company.

source: NDTV

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