New Huawei phones go on sale | The Standard – Hong Kong Standard

New Huawei phones go on sale |  The Standard – Hong Kong Standard

Chinese tech giant Huawei yesterday began selling two models of its high-end Pura 70 series of smartphones, which many analysts expect to feature an advanced chip made in China, like its Mate 60 handset .

The price of the series starts at 5,499 yuan (HK$5,950).

The Pura series has advanced cameras and is known for its sleek design, while the Mate series emphasizes professional performance and features.

The launch of the Mate 60 series last year was celebrated in China as a triumph over US sanctions against the company, as the handsets contain an advanced chip made in China that is considered only a few generations behind the cutting-edge chips used by Western tech giants like Apple and Google in terms of computing power.

Eric Xu, Huawei’s acting president, said at a forum in Shenzhen that the company also plans to roll out a Mate 70 smartphone this year.

The Pro and Ultra versions of the Pura 70 were available yesterday, while the Plus and basic versions will begin sales on April 22. The phones were out of stock on Huawei’s online store just a minute after sales began, and hundreds of the brand’s fans lined up. in Huawei stores in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.




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