INTERNATIONAL - Huawei [HWT.UL] launches what could be the world’s most powerful and feature-packed 5G smartphone later today, but the fate of the device in Europe will hang on whether it can overcome a U.S. ban to give customers the Google software they expect. The Chinese telecoms giant will showcase its Mate 30 range in Munich, Germany, in its first unveiling of an all-new phone since President Donald Trump hit the Shenzhen-based company with an export ban in May. “The launch will be the most watched ever,” said telecoms and media analyst...Full Article
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