Huawei 6 New Products are Launching at the September 10th Conference

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Huawei will hold a full-scene Huawei 6 New Products international conference. In addition to the Huawei Freebuds Pro headset that has been confirmed to be released, what new products will the conference bring? Today, Huawei’s official public account “exposed” and brought some clues about new products:   

In the future, earphones will be the switch of the ears. Listening or not listening is free. Looking forward to what upgrades will this “switch” have. In the future, earphones are also a new urban fashion. Wearing them is the focus. Quietly, the colours this time are really good.

In the future, the faster the speed of information sharing, the better. What are the gratifying advancements in the interconnection and seamless collaboration between smart terminals? The answer is here.

As another brain, the smart notebook turns faster and is thinner. This time, guess how thin and light this “brain” will be?

Who doesn’t want a watch that is healthier and healthier? This time, the face value is still very high. Here, there is a new member to report. Has the looming appearance been touched by it?

Judging from the official warm-up copy and posters, this conference will bring Huawei Freebuds Pro headphones, new FreeLace headphones, new Huawei Matebook and new Huawei watches.

In addition, the press conference also has One More Thing, which is said to be a new member. From the looming appearance, it can be roughly judged to be a wearable device, but the specific product details are temporarily lacking.

It is worth mentioning that Huawei will also host the 2020 HDC Developers Conference on September 10th. The theme of this conference has three main points-Hongmeng systems, HMS service and EMUI 11 system.

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At present, Kirin 9000 will not show up for the time being, and it is estimated that it will be postponed in the future. As for the Huawei Mate40 series, it is expected to be released in October.

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