Huawei's 2018 roadmap leaks showcasing the company's plan for the next year

Huawei's 2018 roadmap leaks showcasing the company's plan for the next year

Huawei announced earlier this month that it would be shipping the current flagship, the Mate 10, to U.S. carriers starting next year. The company launched a whole range of smartphones throughout the year, having unveiled a couple of handsets in this month itself.

Huawei is reportedly planning to launch three new smartphones as part of its 2018 roadmap.

Considering you're reading an Android blog, you likely already know that Huawei's devices have been on sale in the United States through unlocked avenues, but this would be the first time a flagship launch would take place via a USA carrier.

The new Huawei Mate 10 Lite comes from the Huawei Mate series, with its attractive design and performance that makes it the best category to meet all users' needs, whether for personal use, browsing or even finishing tasks. These could be placeholders or codenames and not the actual names of the upcoming Huawei smartphones. Huawei A2 band, Huawei Scale and Huawei 360 Camera are also scheduled to arrive in Q1.

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Huawei trails Samsung and Apple by handset shipments at a global level, but it leads the market in China. While there is no confirmation on the same, a presentation detailing all the launches for the next year was spotted online.

The list also includes an MBB or Mobile Broadband device called Huawei B618, which could be a router or a modem. Along with the three P series phones, Huawei plans to reveal in Q2, a second Honor smartphone will be announced, along with the Huawei B525 (probably another router).

Moving onto the third quarter of the next year, it looks like the company has chose to keep it barren except for the launch of the third Honor smartphone.

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