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All eyes on Huawei after Mobile World Congress

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

3rd March, 2019
Richard Yu of Huawei at last week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

With Mobile World Congress (MWC) concluding in Barcelona, attention next turns to the end of the month: Huawei is set to unveil its latest flagship phone, the P30 and its sister phone the P30 Pro, in Paris on March 26.

The Chinese phonemaker has been at the centre of geopolitical battles between the US and China over the past year, but its share of the smartphone market continues to grow.

Last year, it overtook Apple as...

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