The company's leaked 2018 roadmap spells out the company's quarter-by-quarter product plans, most of which are spread fairly far apart.
If the leaked roadmap turns out to be accurate, Huawei will make the Mate 10 Pro and Mate 10 Lite smartphones available for purchase in more markets in the first half of 2018. The CEO of Huawei's Israeli distributor broke the news at the Huawei Mate 10 launch event in a country, revealing the company's road map for its upcoming devices as well.
In addition, the company will also likely unveil three new smartphones during the three-month period, including Maya, Salina and Honor 1.
Featuring a dazzling 5.9-inch screen, the Huawei Mate 10 Lite offers a great viewing experience that contributes to the sleek design of the device to make it easier and more comfortable to carry, it is created to include a high-quality FHD+ screen that gives consumers seamless communication with social media, video viewing, book reading, gaming and web browsing. These could be placeholders or codenames and not the actual names of the upcoming Huawei smartphones. The roadmap suggests that Huawei's planning to launch the A2 Band, a fitness band; a new Huawei Scale body scale; and the Huawei 360 Camera, a 360-degree camera accessory. Honor 2 and Huawei B525 MBB device are also planned to see the light of the day.
Though the leaked image of the Huawei 2018 roadmap reveals a lot of details showcasing what the company is planning for the next year, there is no authenticity and we can not vouch for the same.
The only device listed under the Q3 was the third Honor-branded smartphone for the year.
Considering that the validity of the image can not be verified at this moment, it's better to take the alleged roadmap with a grain of salt.
2017 has been a busy but good year for Chinese manufacturing giant Huawei.