On August 13, Huawei officially announced the debut of its global flagship store but didn’t announce the date and the venue of its opening and today Huawei consumer business head answered the leftover questions with a teaser.
On August 16, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO, Yu Chengdong forwarded a Weibo on a question about Huawei’s flagship store launch date and a poster including binary code deciphered as “September Shenzhen”, which are possibly the venue and the launch of the store.
On this particular Weibo, Yu added a comment “Giving everyone a hint, September”. Other users on the platform speculated that this could be the launch of Mate 30 flagship slated for September. Although, it wasn’t confirmed by the official.
The previous report also says that Huawei Mate 30 series will be released next month and will be powered by new 7nm EUV processed Kirin processor that will be released at IFA 2019 (officially starting on September 11). Also, the phone will come pre-installed with EMUI 10 and there’s dual 40MP camera for new photography experience.