Yesterday, the official presentation of the Huawei P30 and CEO Richard Yu, CNET after the event, said that none of the mobiles in the series would support 5G. He also noted that Huawei will not even release the 5G version of the Huawei P30, as Samsung did with the Galaxy S10.
Although this year’s 5G has become fashionable in OEM smartphones, it should be noted that one of the biggest markets that will support this model will be America. So, since Huawei does not have access to this market, it has a lower interest in 5G. Of course, although China is a pioneer in 5G networks, it seems Huawei is still not convinced that it is worth launching a device that supports 5G networks.