Huawei Loses Steam in the Run Up to its Event Tomorrow as the Entire Lineup Reportedly Leaks

By Shabana Arif on at

Huawei's having a Google level week when it comes to the leak front, with its smartphone lineup leaking yesterday, and now the rest of the devices it was going to unveil being reportedly outed.

We reported on the Mate 30 series of phones being leaked on Twitter earlier this week, including the Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 Lite, and a Porsche Edition. But now, there's actual video and photos of the handsets - not just pretty renders from promo images - popping up on WeiboTwitter, and YouTube.

Android Headlines has stepped up to drop a load of information on everything that's going to be making an appearance at Huawei's event tomorrow, and has said that the Porsche Edition phone is actually a Mate 30 Pro Porsche Design case that comes with a leather strap that doubles as a kickstand for your phone.

Apparently, Huawei will also be introducing its Huawei Watch GT 2 smartwatch, available in two both 42mm and 46mm, with a 1.2-inch and a a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, respectively, with four colours and styles to choose from. The larger model will sport a 22mm strap, while the smaller model will come with a 20mm strap.

The watches will house the Kirin A1 chipset and will feature Bluetooth, a gyro sensor, an optical heart rate sensor, air pressure sensor, and geomagnetic sensor. While it's unknown if the larger watch will feature a microphone, the smaller one doesn't look like it will include one.

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A new fitness tracker is also on the way, codename "andes", with a built-in USB connector for charging, and it looks pretty nifty!

Huawei will reportedly be revealing its own brand TV that will run on the HarmonyOS, that will have a pop-up camera - although the model variants are unknown. The design is noticeably different to the telly Huawei released with Honor, and looks to be sporting a sound bar.

The MediaPad M6 is going to be a fixture of the event too, having made its first appearance earlier this year when it launched in China. Presumably it will be available in other regions now that it's being included in the lineup of devices.

Huawei's event is set for tomorrow, so we'll know soon enough if this is a load of hogwash or not, but if it is legit, there's not much left for Huawei to razzle dazzle us with. [Android Headlines via The Verge]

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