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News of the week: Huawei says its cell phones will have Android Q, but …


The Huawei P30 Pro will receive Android Q.

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Huawei has released this week through a statement its answers to some frequent questions of its users, and among them shares the list of phones that are updated to Android Q. However, the writing of this information has left us some doubts in CNET in Spanish.

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And it may be a technicality, or that Huawei is being conservative, but the wording in its statement of the answer to the question of whether your phones will receive Android Q He has left us some doubts, and we want you to read it yourself.

"We are confident that our most popular devices, including the P30 series, will be able to access Android Q. We have been working with third parties for many months to ensure that the devices can receive updates from Android Q. The technical preparations and tests have already begun to more than 17 devices. In fact, our Mate 20 Pro has already received approval to receive Android Q when launched by Google, "Huawei said.

Our doubt lies in the fact that Huawei "trusts" that the 17 cell phones are approved to receive Android Q, which makes it clear that they are in a process and that due to current problems, the situation could get cloudy or simply follow its course because they are negotiated petitions before the United States veto enters into force on August 19.

Sources of Honor told us that the series Honor 20 be updated to Android Q, and that the company negotiates with Google the update of the rest of the devices.

In another order of ideas, there is a good time for Samsung, which reports will organize the event of Galaxy Note 10 launch on August 7 in New York. So far the rumors say there will be two cell phones, although we are very aware of more news as the date approaches.

And this week we met Facebook Libra, the Facebook cryptocurrency that is getting ready for a launch in 2020, when the company expects to circulate its own money exchange system, supported by banks and technology companies. After so much fuss, will you trust your money to Facebook?

And we want to close this week with the launch of Harry Potter Wizards: Unite, which is already available and which aims to revitalize Niantic, which incorporates the augmented reality technology of Pokmon Go for you to spend a summer

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