Hauwei The Chinese smartphone giant, the world’s second largest smartphone producer, launched its Huawei Mate 20 Pro smartphone at an event in London.
The 6.4-inch flagship phone, costing €1,049 (£919), includes a fingerprint sensor built into the screen.
It also aims to go one step further than Apple. The phone has wireless charging, meaning it can be boosted with a charge pad, but the company claims it is so powerful it can “reverse charge” other smartphones, including the new iPhone Xs.
Huawei by this has laid out its challenge to Samsung and Apple, launching a smartphone that is powerful enough to charge its rivals wirelessly.
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