Huawei launches Mate 50 smartphone, Aito M5 electric car in China


Richard Yu, CEO Huawei’s consumer business and automotive technology unit, revealed the Huawei Mate 50 series on Tuesday. The Chinese giant’s smartphone business has been hurt by U.S. sanctions over the past two years which has cut the firm off from key technology.


Huawei launched a flagship smartphone that it claims is the first device that’s able to connect to China’s Beidou global navigation satellite system.

It comes as the company seeks to remain relevant in the mobile market after U.S. sanctions crippled its mobile phone business.

The Chinese technology giant took the wraps off the Mate 50 smartphone on Tuesday, alongside the MatePad Pro tablet and Watch GT 3 Pro…


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