Although we don't know exactly what is coming down the pipeline from smartphone manufacturers, there are certain releases that come around every year like clockwork.
In Q2, the slide shows that Huawei may launch three P-series smartphones namely P Plus, P and P Lite.
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We'll hear more about the Mate 10 Pro's USA launch at CES, which is right around the corner, as the company has been teasing on Twitter quite a bit recently. These are just codenames or placeholders, not the market name of the phones. The roadmap also suggests the arrival of the A2 band; a new Huawei Scale body scale, and the Huawei 360 Camera.
Huawei's P11 series is highly anticipated as it will be a new trendsetter for smartphones, with rumors of three rear cameras.
Though the leaked image of the Huawei 2018 roadmap reveals a lot of details showcasing what the company is planning for the next year, there is no authenticity and we can not vouch for the same.
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Huawei has launched a bunch of smartphones this year, of which some are flagships and other are budget devices under its "Honor" sub-brand.
In the second quarter, the company will apparently launch three P series phones, including the Huawei P, P Plus and the P Lite, as well as a second Honor smartphone and the Huawei B525.
The list also includes an MBB or Mobile Broadband device called Huawei B618, which could be a router or a modem. We're therefore taking the Israeli source's word for it, so perhaps take this with a pinch of salt for now.
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