With IFA coming up we will likely start to see a lot more leaks for new devices.
The latest is from @RODENT950, who only states that these are upcoming devices from Huawei and Honor in Europe soon.
I am not sure what events Huawei has planned for IFA yet, but Honor has an event planned on the 4th of September. Their teaser image indicates a tablet, smartwatch, smart band, laptop and a phone with a pop-up camera. Whether these represent actual products being launched remains to be seen.
Devices that may launch at IFA 2020
The list of devices includes:
|Huawei Mate40 Lite E||FRL|
|Huawei P Smart 2021||PPA|
|Huawei P Smart Pro 2021||FRL|
|HONOR HUNTER V700||FRD-WFD9|
|HONOR MagicBook Pro||–|
Some may wonder why there is no mention of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, but this would make sense if it is a list of things launching at IFA. Traditionally Huawei announced their latest chipset at IFA, which may be the Kirin 9000 this year. Then they launch the Mate 40 Pro a few weeks later, last year it was in Munich, and the year before London.
Huawei Mate 40 Lite E
Not much has been said about the Mate 40 Lite, but it recently received a EEC certification (Eurasian Economic Commission). This reveals no information, but it at least confirms its existence and that it is likely to launch soon.
Honor Hunter V700
Perhaps the most interesting item on the above list, with it being what seems like a brand new product.
It looks like Honor Hunter is a gaming orientated brand, and it has been revealed recently that a Honor Hunter gaming laptop will be launched soon. The laptop has been teased on Weibo for the Chinese audience, so I would assume this is the same thing.
With Honor being quite an affordable brand, this could be a superb entry into the gaming laptop market for the UK.
Huawei Watch Fit
This wasn’t on the list, but Evan Blass (@evleaks) has previously leaked the new Huawei Watch Fit extensively.
This will almost certainly use the same Lite OS you find on the sporty Huawei Watch GT2e, so it is more of a feature watch than a smartwatch. The display is a 1.64-inch AMOLED panel with a 456 x 280 resolution, and it is surrounded by a frame which we hope is metal with a silver, grey, or gold finish.
The design looks like an elongated Apple Watch and water-resistant up to 5ATM, and its battery will have an endurance of up to 10 days. The smartwatch will be compatible with Android 5.0+ and iOS 9.0+ devices and have a GPS, Accelerometer, and Barometer on board.
Apparently, it will sell for €119 making the RRP lower than the GT2e and the GT2.