Huawei is one of the Chinese smartphone OEMs that has been currently attempting to make 5G innovation accessible to end users. At the forthcoming Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWCS) 2018, Huawei CEO Eric Xu affirmed that the organization intends to be prepared with its first business 5G solution and smartphone chips by March, a year from now. This will make it conceivable to make a big appearance its initial 5G smartphone by June 2019.
Huawei is known for propelling P-series of flagship phones by the first quarter of the year, though the Mate series leader is made authority toward the beginning of the last quarter. Consequently, the 2019’s Huawei P30 is probably not going to convey bolster for 5G network. Notwithstanding, there is a probability that the Mate 30 that is theorized to make a big appearance by October 2019 could be the organization’s first 5G smartphone.
The Chinese firm will settle issues identified with low inactivity and system network before the current year’s over. Once these obstacles are settled, the advancement procedure can get a move on essentially. Xu is of the view that Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) can become altogether through 5G. Be that as it may, he didn’t uncover any plans on entering the VR and AR markets.
As far as the 5G enabled Huawei phone that is expected to debut by June 2019, it is now being speculated that it could be a mid-range smartphone. The Mate 30 arriving towards the end of 2019 may feature the high-end Kirin 1020 that will be enabled with support for 5G connectivity.
In related news, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has also confirmed that the company is prepping up to debut its first 5G phone by June 2019. Hence, the OnePlus 7 could be one of the first smartphones to arrive with support for 5G connectivity.