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Japan’s Three Major Operators Restarted Huawei’s Mobile Phone Sales

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Guidance: Japan's three major operators restarted Huawei's mobile phone sales

NTT Docomo, Japan’s largest mobile operator, announced Tuesday that it will accept Huawei’s P30 Pro smartphone booking from 21. So far, the three major Japanese operators have restarted sales of Huawei mobile phones.

NTT Docomo announced on the same day that the new Huawei smartphone P30 Pro HW-02L, which had stopped accepting subscriptions before, would resume booking from 21 and is expected to be officially sold in September.

NTT Docomo originally planned to officially start selling Huawei’s P30 Pro smartphones this summer, but in May, Ducomo announced a postponement after the U.S. Department of Commerce announced export controls on Huawei.

KDDI, a Japanese mobile operator, began selling Huawei’s new smartphone, P30 Lite Premium, to the whole country on 8 th this month. In response to previous users’concerns that Huawei mobile phones could not update the Android operating system, KDDI said that the Android system could be updated and used normally.

According to media reports here, another operator, Softbank, also restarted Huawei’s mobile phone sales on the 8th.

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