Huawei unveils new smartphone and tablet in China

Huawei is launching a range of new devices in China, including a new flagship smartphone and a new tablet.

The Chinese electronics giant on Tuesday announced the new models, which it says will be available in mid-May for about $999.

The company also unveiled a new smartphone that it says can take photos and videos with the help of a special lens and a camera that can capture video.

Huawei has yet to release the phone.

The Huawei P8, unveiled earlier this year, is one of the most expensive phones in the company’s portfolio.

The P8 will be sold in China starting on April 12.

Huawei says it will sell the device in the United States, Japan, France, Italy, Germany, Britain, South Korea, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, and New Zealand.

It did not disclose pricing for the new model.

Huawei will be selling the device on two separate platforms: one in China and another in the U.S. Huawei said that it will offer the new Huawei P9 on the two platforms simultaneously.

Huawei’s P9 will be the first Huawei device to be available on the Android platform, which is being promoted as the platform for mobile technology and internet applications.

Huawei also said that the company is working on a new Android smartphone.

Huawei unveiled the Huawei P10 smartphone in March.

It was priced at around $999 and was launched in late June in India.

Huawei is trying to expand its portfolio of smartphones in the Chinese market.

Last month, the company announced a new Huawei smartphone, the Huawei X6, with a price tag of $1,200.