In the next few months, Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, will unveil its latest flagship – the Mate 40 Series. However, it appears that the Mate 40 Series will not be alone.

According to recent reports, Huawei has recently started an internal test of two new applications “Unseen”/”Unseen Editor”. Presently, the exact details of Huawei Unseen remain under wraps.

Speculation claims that the Huawei “Unseen” App is a new intelligent application that uses AR technology to build a parallel virtual world on top of the real-world and experience the future of technology. Users can explore AR gameplay, experience surreal X planet, build graffiti forest, and feel the convenience of intelligent technology. This is an app for experiencing the offline digital world. It is also for information enhancement, visual navigation, virtual interaction, virtual advertising decoration, offline activities, and other interactive methods. According to the source, the “unseen” App seems to be a branch of Huawei Hetu. He further speculates that this feature will arrive with the Huawei Mate 40 series. Join GizChina on Telegram


Most recently, Huawei has been in the news for multiple reasons. Firstly, the U.K banned the Chinese company from its 5G network despite the fact that it will need up to £1 billion to completely eliminate Huawei from its network. Subsequently, the Chinese tech giant responded by saying the U.K is only bowing to the needs of the US and it is not about security issues. Furthermore, there were also reports that the U.S. is threatening to impose a visa restriction on Huawei employes. In this regard, Huawei’s disappointment is high. It claims that its employees work towards the development of technology globally. They do not deserve to experience such restrictions.

Despite all these, the company is doing well in all ramifications. Its businesses are thriving whether it is the smartphone, 5G, or its internet business. Most recently, it toppled Samsung to become the world’s largest 5G smartphone company in terms of shipment. According to South Korean SK securities estimate, Huawei’s 55 million shipments are ahead of Samsung’s 51 million units. This record is for the second quarter of 2020 (April – June). This is coming after it displaced Samsung as the top smartphone company globally for April and May 2020. Interestingly, there are still some major economies that are not banning Huawei despite the pressure from the U.S.

Furthermore, the tech giant has decided to fight back the U.S. and gained what it has lost from American companies. The Chinese manufacturer has a huge patent bank and no doubt, it must have cases against American companies if it looks closely. Now, American companies like HP, Verizon, and Cisco will be the first to meet Huawei in court. Most likely, these will not be the last American tech companies to battle it out with the Chinese manufacturer in court.