Huawei and the internet-of the future is here and they’re about to roll out it, and the first things you’ll be able to do with it are install an app, take a picture, upload a video and, if you want to, listen to music.
The app-store, which Huawei calls ‘the internet of things’ is not yet available but is already up and running, and in a few days it’ll be integrated into the device itself.
The concept is that of an internet-connected home and your phone.
It’s not just that you can install an internet service provider on the back of your Huawei device and start watching Netflix, for example, but also that it allows you to share photos with friends.
The idea is that you don’t have to buy a separate camera to take pictures of things in your home, and so they’re actually more convenient and easier to use than they would be with the camera on a separate phone.
The Huawei Mate 10 is already out and available to buy on Amazon and Google Play, but it’s expected to go on sale later this year.
Huawei is looking to roll it out over the next three to five months.
There are already a lot of products out there that offer similar functionality, including Huawei’s own smartphone, the Mate 10.
But there’s also a Huawei device called the Huawei Mate 9 that you may not have heard of.
The Mate 9 is the first smartphone to be launched by Huawei, which launched its flagship device in October last year.
The phone was the company’s answer to the Xiaomi Mi 5 and is currently the best-selling Huawei smartphone in the world.
The device comes with Android 8.1.1 Oreo and comes with a camera module that can record 1080p video at 30fps, or 720p video with HDR at 120fps.
Huawei’s Mate 9 will also include a fingerprint scanner, a front facing stereo camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera and a 12-megapixels camera on the front.
The camera module itself has a 1.4-inch sensor, a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and a resolution up to 1080p.
The handset has a 5.1-inch screen and a QHD+ resolution.
Huawei says the Mate 9 can record 2160p video in 4K at 60fps, with HDR up to 120fps and 4K video at 120p.
Huawei also announced that the Mate device will come with a fingerprint sensor and a front-mounted camera module.
It’ll come with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 2,700mAh battery and a 10-megabyte microSD card slot.
It will be available in three colours – Black, Silver and Pink – and the handset will be priced at $1,299.
Huawei has not yet confirmed the launch date of the Mate devices, but in the past Huawei has also been accused of not keeping up with the latest smartphone trends.
The Mate 9 has also attracted a lot more attention than the Mate 7, which was launched last year in March and sold out within a few hours.
The price for the Mate 8 was also significantly cheaper than the other devices.
It was launched with a price tag of $1.8, but the Mate 11, which is being launched in the US later this month, is only $999.
Huawei currently has six Huawei devices in the market and three in development.