Last year brought us tones of changes to the mobile industry. The 2017 phone design trends included almost invisible bezels, ultra-sharp OLED displays and pro-like dual cameras. What’s particularly interesting, all those features weren’t reserved to only high-end flagship devices, as some of them come down to the budget phones. And with a new year just round the corner, a new generation of new handsets is waiting to revolutionize the mobile market.
When preparing our ranking of top five Android smartphones under $200, we listed the Huawei Honor 5X as an option proper to those looking for a close-to-flagship phone for cheap. With the Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Huawei have thought about all those in love and announced a special deal within which you may grab the handset for just $1. But this is just a tip of the iceberg of promotions the company prepared to celebrate love.
Announced last year in November the Huawei Mate 9 was originally planned to hit Asia, the Middle East and European markets with no word about the US. This week Huawei shared the news that the giant phone will soon port to the States distributed nationwide by majority of big retailers. As of yesterday, the phone is ready to buy through Amazon and Best Buy. The phone is ready to be used on AT&T and T-Mobile networks. Additionally, except for it’s beefy specs the Huawei’s latest flagship offers pre-installed access to Amazon’s Alexa.
Targeting at young audience the Huawei Honor 8 provides its users with an eye-catching design, solid optics and, above all, affordable pricing. Considered one of the best mid-range phones of 2016 the Huawei Honor 8 is now within your reach even cheaper if you hit Newegg. Right now the big retailer sells the handset significantly discounted and throws in a bunch of freebies to every purchase. This is probably the best deal on Huawei Honor 8 you may get this holiday season.
Huawei got in action by announcing its new P9 and P9 Plus phones featuring Leica-designed camera system
The Huawei’s P8 has finally received a successor. Today’s at a special press conference held in London the Chinese mobile maker introduced its newest flagship, the Huawei P9. Featuring a slim, elegant design the phone offers solid hardware and dual-camera system that was created in partnership with Leica. What’s particularly interesting the P9 debuts accompanied by a bigger sibling P9 Plus. Sporting similar specs both devices will hit selected markets in following weeks.
Huawei announced a 6-inch smartphone dressed in a beautiful, expensive-looking body – meet the new Mate 8
After weeks of nervous awaiting the Mate 8 has finally made its first official public appearance. Announced today’s morning in Shanghai the new flagship handset from the rising Chinese manufacturer comes with a ginormous 6-inch display and Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the board. Although so far the phone is a China-only offering, Huawei promises to release its international version within the following months.
It’s not unusual for a manufacturer to announce two or even more device at a time, however, Google typically doesn’t do that. This year is different, though. The company decided to please all its customers – those who love regular size phones as well as phablet aficionados, and unveiled two devices during a special Nexus event in San Francisco. In addition to the Nexus 5X, Google also made official the Huawei Nexus 6P Android Marshmallow phone.
Today at its special press conference within IFA 2015 trade show, Huawei announced its newest Android-based flagship, the Mate S. Speaking a design similar to the last year’s Mate 7 the phone is a real good-looker sporting iPhone 6 style additionally packed with killer specs, including a big display with Force Touch technology. No wonder then the Huawei Mate S is considered a serious rival to the popular iPhone 6 Plus.
Two months ago Huawei unveiled its latest flagship, the P8, that debuted accompanied by its bigger phablet sibling, the P8 Max. Today the manufacturer added another device to the P8 line-up, the Huawei P8 Lite. Being the most compact of the all three phones, the P8 Lite comes as an affordable and hence slightly trimmed down alternative to the P8. The unlocked phone compatible with any GSM carrier, such as AT&T or T-Mobile, is now on sale in the US via third party retail stores.
Recently, rivalry on the Asian mobile market is getting more and more intense. A great number of local manufacturers wants to conquer hearts of masses of new customers offering them incredible value for money. Huawei is no exception here. The Chinese company has just set new standards for budget-friendly smartphones by launching the Honor 4C, a smartphone combining a package of decent specs sold for an incredible low price. If you looking for a nicely specced and extremely affordable smartphone, stay with us because we’re going to take a close-up at the Huawei’s new device.
The thing with rumors is that while usually they can give you an insight into phone’s specs weeks, or sometimes months, before the device is launched, they can also be misleading on certain occasions. That’s what happened with Huawei’s new handsets. We were led to believe that one of them will be a Lite model, but it turns out that we got it all wrong. As expected, two phones were announced at an event in London, but none of them is ‘lite’. In addition to the Huawei P8, the Chinese company also introduced the Huawei P8 Max phablet – a supersized version of the flagship phone with a monster 6.8-inch 1080p display.
Huawei P8 flagship smartphone for 2015 goes official, coming to the US with AT&T and T-Mobile friendly LTE bands
As the year progresses, more and more manufacturers are announcing their flagship phones for 2015. Today belongs to Huawei. At a special event in London, the Chinese company made official its most anticipated product of this year – the Huawei P8. The device will be coming to the US with AT&T and T-Mobile friendly LTE bands.
As the number sequence suggests, the Huawei P8 is a successor to last year’s Ascend P7, but it can also be treated as the first member of a new lineup. For the last two years Huawei released the P series phones under Ascend name. Starting with the P8, however, the moniker will be no longer used. New name aside, the P8, as you would expect, comes with significant upgrades over its predecessor.
Last year Huawei won the hearts of thousands of folks across the world with the Ascend P7 – a slim, durable and well equipped smartphone. Even though the device is still more than capable of delivering excellent performance, it’s almost a year old so it’s time for an improved version to bring joy to smart technology enthusiasts. Known as Huawei Ascend P8, the handset is rumored to feature a ceramic frame as well as duo camera and fingerprint sensor.
Some time ago we discussed the very first leaks concerning the Huawei Ascend P8. Today, we get another portion of the P8 materials popping up the net. The latest leak shows the soon-to-arrive Huawei next flagship in live photos presenting the phone in its whole beauty. What’s more the leak doesn’t only show the pictures, but as well brings us a list of the handset’s likely specs. Let’s check what the upcoming Ascend P8 is allegedly to offer its potential users.
Huawei seems to be very busy recently, only this month they unveiled the Ascend Mate 7 during IFA trade show and the Ascend P7 Sapphire Edition, later they’ve announced the Honor 3C Play and just right now the Chinese company presents another device called Huawei Honor 4 Play. The handset features a 64-bit Snapdragon processor and a 5-inch HD display. The Honor 4 Play is said to be available online from September 23rd at a incredibly low price of $130 without contract. Feel interested in the offer? Let’s take a closer look at the device.
During the IFA 2014 press conference, along with the flagship Ascend Mate 7, Huawei also announced a mid-range player – the Ascend G7 . The smartphone stands out with its beautifully crafted, elegant metallic design. What’s most impressive is the built of the device with sleek, brushed metal frame available in three colors silver, grey and golden. Let’s take a look at the specs of the device.
In the latest interview for the Chinese 21st Century Bussiness Herald, the Huawei’s CEO Yu Chengdong announce the company’s bold plans for the nearest release to the world, including plans on introducing a spin-off of the popular flagship Ascend P7 sporting extremely durable sapphire glass display. On the basis of what he said, we may notice that the manufacturer wants to join premium league in mobile electronics taking on leaders such as Vertu or Apple.
Huawei seems to keep themselves busy with their bold launching plans assuming unveiling of several new devices this year. Recent leaks suggest that one of this products, aside the Huawei C199 and Honor H60, can be the sporting a colossal 6-inch screen Ascend Mate 3, the next member of the Ascend family. The Ascend Mate 3’s premiere is reportedly scheduled to take place this September at IFA.
All signs in the sky say that the lately launched budget-friendly Huawei Ascend Mate 2 smartphone will have its successor pretty soon. The Chinese website IT168 reports that the Ascend Mate 3 might be officially announced as soon as September. The phone that we have know so far appears under the codename of Ascend D3 making the leak quite creditable since the Chinese manufacturer plans the Mate-series to absorb the D-series entirely.
Earlier today at an event in China, Huawei made official two new additions to the Honor lineup, the Huawei Honor 3X Pro and Honor 3C 4G Android smartphones. With its latest phones, Huawei seems to follow Xiaomi’s selling credo, which is to offer decent hardware at affordable prices. And that’s exactly what the new Honor 3X Pro and the Honor 3C 4G are all about – low prices and not bad specs.