Due to US sanctions, Huawei has lost access to advanced chips, including those with 5G support. The company, however, has found a way around this limitation.
It is reported that the case for Huawei was made by the Chinese manufacturer of network solutions Soyealink. The accessory is a ready-made solution for Huawei phones, so far only the P50 series.
The renders show that the design of the case is quite close to the usual back covers of smartphones. However, the accessory makes the devices thicker and heavier.
The case has a gray color and leather inserts that make the case more comfortable to use. Before installation, users must enable the eSIM service in order to access the 5G network.
Next, you need to set up the device according to the instructions.
The manufacturer plans to adapt this solution for more smartphones in the future. The cost of the cover is 799 yuan (US $118.6 at the current exchange rate).
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