We may want to react reasonably, or with tempered emotion, when something challenges your beliefs, but as we all know, it’s easier said than done. If someone tells you they hate your favorite football or basketball team, you take it personally — and why wouldn’t you, it’s your team!
When you’re told you shouldn’t like a thing, you may double down and savor it even more, just to spite the person. Just to reassert to yourself that liking the thing is perfectly fine and good.
Leaks are continuing to trickle out in advance of Huawei’s release of its next flagship that’s likely to happen in October — which is when the Mate 30 Pro, unquestionably one of the most exciting phones still to come this year, will finally arrive. And in addition to some of the early features of the handset’s design we’ve already reported, like the smaller notch at the top and extreme screen edges, a pair of new trademark filings suggests the phone’s camera will be particularly impressive.
When Huawei introduced its zoom lens on the P30 Pro, it opened up a whole new world of photographic opportunity on a smartphone. Now, Oppo’s challenging it with the Reno 10x Zoom, so we’ve found out which is best.
We’ve been talking about Huawei’s upcoming new Android-based operating system for a few weeks now, ever since Trump’s ban came into effect. We’ve even seen the Chinese company register a Hongmeng trademark in several markets, and that’s what we’ve been calling the OS ever since. It turns out that’s what Huawei calls it too, but the company just said that it wants to keep using the real Android on its smartphones.