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Weekly Recap: Huawei P70 Launch Delay, Case Leak, Mate 70 5.5G, AI, Nearlink and More



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March 10, 2024, Here’s a new weekly recap of the month featuring the Huawei P70 which reportedly delayed the launch to April but it’s speculated that the unveiling is not affected by the supply chain issues.

But Huawei is saying that the company has not even decided on the launch date and it is not bound to a fixed date in March similar to previous generations of devices.

The device reportedly brings new technologies for the camera system and better imaging capability compared to the predecessors. It has new improvements to the CMOS sensor in this new model.

This phone could be equipped with better periscope zoom camera technologies. The current generation of Huawei P60 Pro has a periscope with a 3.5X telephoto zoom range.

Ahead of the Huawei P70 series unveiling, Huawei is making some amendments to the price of the Huawei P60 series. This change is only limited to Chinese customers.

Leaked third-party cases for the Huawei P70 series show a triangular camera system, which is new to the lineup.

Mate 70:

The Mate 70 series could upgrade the chipset network technologies to 5G+. The Chinese tech maker has been working on 5.5G network gear for its customers and there have been rumors about this technology coming to smartphones this year.

This new Mate-series device may bring improved AI capability and Nearlink wireless technologies.


Huawei started selling refurbished P50 Pro and Enjoy 50z smartphones in China through its official Vmall online store. The Huawei P50 Pro is available in three storage versions and the Enjoy 50Z has two memory versions in store. Check their pricing here.

MateBook 2024:

The company is planning to launch a new MateBook labeled notebook that could come alongside the Huawei P70 series flagship around the first quarter of the year. But there’s no official confirmation available.


A week ago, Huawei released a new multi-purpose Max 66W wired charger with dual output. It is compatible with PD, PPS, QC, and other charging protocols.

The charging brick has USB-A and USB-C cable support for different types of devices. For Huawei devices, it could fill about 94 percent of the battery within 30 minutes. This device is currently available in China.


Huawei keeps on getting good numbers in the Chinese automobile market with its partners. The company is preparing to launch a new version of the AITO M5 SUV and there are some optimizations made to the design as well as its features.


Huawei Band 9 smart band has received Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) with a model number KIM-B19 and it has a Bluetooth connection.

Furthermore, the Huawei Nova 12 SE and 12i are the next in line to certify with TDRA with model BNE-LX1 and CTR-L81 respectively.

That’s it for this week’s Weekly Recap, we’ll bring more of the weekly news collection next week.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.