Huawei Just Threw Epic Shade At Apple On Twitter

Huawei Just Threw Epic Shade At Apple On Twitter
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In the midst of everyone talking about the new iPhones today, Huawei took the opportunity to talk some smack over on Twitter.

Since the announcement of the new suite of iPhones earlier this morning there has been some talk about how all of the devices are kinda the same, and really not that innovative. And Huawei agrees.

The Chinese mobile vendor called Apple out on its new device offerings, as well as cheekily advertised the Huawei Mate 20 launch that’s happening on October 16.

So. Much. Shade.

While there aren’t really any details around the Mate 20 phone as yet, it was revealed at IFA that it will contain Huawei’s new Kirin 980 chipset.

Huawei has also been quite vocal about wanting to be the first to market with a foldable phone. Could that be what we’re going to see in October? There’s so way to tell, but the timing of the event is rather convenient — just a few weeks before the Samsung Developer Conference.

According to a recent interview with DJ Koh, Samsung will be debuting its own much anticipated folding phone at the conference, which has been nicknamed the Samsung Galaxy X.

No matter what happens when the Mate 20 is unveiled, we salute whoever is in charge of the Huawei social accounts.

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