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See how unbelievably far the Huawei P30 series can zoom in and why they're worth the wait

See how unbelievably far the Huawei P30 series can zoom in and why they're worth the wait

This isn't the first time that Huawei has been caught faking the results of its smartphone camera images.

Huawei India on Tuesday launched its latest smartwatch, Huawei Watch GT. Huawei has big plans for 2019, the company is actually planning on selling 250 million smartphones this year in order to close the gap with Samsung, and in 2020, the company's goal is to hit the magical 300 million mark. And it's also available as a stock photo on Getty Images, where Huawei likely licensed it from for the ad.

The Watch GT is now available from €199 (RM920.80), while the Huawei Watch GT Active and Watch GT Elegant are reportedly likely to be more expensive, at €229 and €249 respectively. According to the report, Yu Chengdong, the CEO of Huawei issued a statement along with the information stating, "In four and a half months, Huawei's Mate20 series shipments broke 10 million units!"

Like any other smartphone, Watch GT too packs in sports activity tracking including indoor and outdoor exercises, running, mountain climbing, and even swimming as the Watch GT is water-resistant up to 50 metres.

The original stock image of the first
The original stock image of the first

With Black and Blue as color variants, it's priced at Rs.4,699 and shall go on sale from March 26th onwards.

The current Huawei Watch GT has a ceramic bezel and a stainless steel case. While that's something we're not yet able to test, we'd be willing to bet one of our limbs that the Huawei P20 successor won't be quite good enough to impact DSLR sales worldwide. Image Source: Huawei via GSM Arena The new campaign advertises the upcoming P30 launch, and the sample images tease the zoom features of the upcoming phone. The handset will come with a screen resolution of 2340x1080 pixels. Huawei claims that the Watch GT can last 14 days on a single charge and 22 hours of continuous fitness tracking with the Global Positioning System and heart-rate monitor turned on.

The Watch GT supports 24-hour continuous smart heart rate monitoring, and can detect the user's exercise status before entering the exercise mode, Huawei said.

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