Huawei's new flagship phones P40 and P40 Pro will be introduced in March next year.
The announcement comes as Huawei Consumer Group CEO Richard Yu told French media that the company's new flagship phones will be introduced during the event in Paris in March.
He also said that Huawei's new flagship phones will have an Android 10 operating system, but new devices like the Mate 30 series phones will also miss Google mobile services.
The phone will be released in the Spanish city of Barcelona a month after the scheduled Mobile World Congress in February, and due to US sanctions, the phone will still miss Google services.
It may be recalled that in May this year, Huawei blacklisted the Chinese company from using US technology and could not obtain a license to use Google software.
Huawei's access to the Android 10 operating system is open source, but licenses are required for Google Maps, Play Store, search engine and other mobile services, which are not being issued by the US government.
Android 10 in the P40 series phones will be integrated with the company's own EMUI user interface.
The Huawei Mate 30 series phones were also lacking in these services and that is why they have not been offered for sale in all countries even though camera setup and battery life were rated as the best.
However, these phones were sold in China too because Google services did not work in China and their users did not care.
According to Richard Yu, better camera setup and battery life will also be made part of the P40 series phones.
Likewise, he claims that his design will be something he has never seen before, a better processor will also be part of it.