After releasing two high-quality smartphones, the big-screened Mate 8 and the flagship P9, Huawei decided to focus on some more affordable offerings. This is why the company, while taking advantage of the IFA 2016, announced two new mid-tier phones, Nova and Nova Plus. Although neither of the unveiled devices can boast about sporting any innovative feature, both phones are solid and stylish tools of communication and entertainment.
Having ambitious plans to win the US market Huawei cannot afford twiddling their thumbs. Using the perfect occasion to attract public attention given by the CES 2016, the company launched two new mid-range smartphones that will be available to US customers. The new Huawei GX8 and Honor 5X are expected to hit the US shore in the first quarter of 2016 packed with promising hardware and labeled with a comparatively budget-friendly price tags.
After stealing the MWC 2015 show the long-awaited Huawei Watch somehow sank into the ground keeping its premiere date, availability and pricing details in secret for months. Right now, the desired by millions, the Huawei Watch has been finally announced and available for purchase from day one for a price starting at $349. Open for pre-order today, the watch is scheduled to ship in two weeks. If you plan to get one for yourself, here’s where to buy it.
Google’s Nexus phablet from Huawei live photos reveal an intriguing bump housing the device’s camera
This year for the very first time Google wants to break up with its tradition and release not one but two Nexus smartphones. We’ve already seen unofficial photos concerning the alleged 5.2-inch Nexus made by LG, today we get another portion of leaks on the Google’s Nexus project. This time the leaked photos regard the bigger 5.7-inch Nexus from Huawei and unveil an intriguing bump housing the device’s camera sensor.
Huawei Honor 7i gets official sporting a flip-out rear camera that goes all 180 degrees to transform into a selfie shooter
Last week we came across a leak that hinted that Huawei was working on a new phone with a rather unconventional camera. The device passed TENAA a few days before which clearly suggested that it would go official pretty soon. It just did. Huawei announced the handset called Honor 7i sporting a flip-out rear camera that goes all 180 degrees to transform into a selfie shooter.
Huawei has two more phones in the works: Honor 7i featuring sliding camera and the compact Ascend Mate 7 Mini
With recent talks on Huawei Nexus phone our interest in this China-based company has escalated and now we’re hungry of any news coming from the manufacturer. Not so long ago Huawei released the Honor 7 and right now they preparing to launch two more phones. Leaked just few days ago, the Honor 7i will feature an innovative sliding camera that should attract attention of all selfie enthusiasts, whereas the nicely-specced Ascent Mate 7 Mini will be an alternative to all these over-sized handsets that recently flooded the mobile market.
According to recent rumors Google is gearing up refresh its popular Nexus family and launch not one but two new Nexus phones later this year. If the rumors turn out to be true it will be the first time in history when the company release two phones belong to Nexus lineup within a one year. Expected to be manufactured by Huawei and LG, both handsets will differ in terms of size and specs, however, will run the same Android M software out of box. Today, a new portion of leaks surfaced the net unveiling some more details concerning the Nexus devices for 2015.
It looks like our yesterday’s prediction regarding the Honor 7’s launch date were spot-on. As expected, earlier today at an official press event, Huawei debuted the Honor 7 featuring some impressive specs such as a 20-megapixel rear camera and fingerprint sensor. What we didn’t expect was the multitude of variants. It turns out that instead of the rumored two models, the Honor 7 will actually come in three versions: low priced, dual-SIM and the one offering massive storage for your apps, games and photos.
Huawei has launched a number of successful devices in the past; however, it’s still not the first brand that comes to mind when you think about high-end phones, at least in the US. It may change very soon, though. The next-gen Honor phone from the Chinese company, the Huawei Honor 7, is expected to be announced tomorrow, on June 30th, and might have multiple versions. One of the models allegedly will be a premium offering.
It came to our attention that two major Chinese smartphone makers, Huawei and Oppo, are about to release new devices. Both companies have launched a bunch of interesting phones in the past few months and apparently they won’t stop there. How do we know? Because the Huawei Honor 7 and the Oppo A51 just got certified by TENAA – China’s federal agency equivalent to the FCC in the US.
This weekend Huawei quietly launched the MediaPad M2 in Paris. Being a successor of released last year MediaPad M1, the device is the manufacturer’s flagship tablet for 2015. Labeled with the price tag of something round $390 it comes with a package of powerful specs, including an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 930 SoC and 4G LTE connectivity and design inspired by the company’s flagship smartphone the Huawei P8. Here’s everything you want to know about the slate’s hardware, pricing and availability details.
Spotted at Amazon few days ago, the SnapTo Android smartphone has been quietly introduced to the world by Huawei. Build to be a serious competitor to the Motorola’s Moto G in terms of price sector as well as hardware parameters, the new Huawei phone now becomes available for pre-order in the US priced $179 without contract. Accessible exclusively via Amazon online shopping platform, the unlocked version of this entry-level handset is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile’s LTE networks.
Though the yesterday’s Huawei’s show at Mobile World Congress was stolen by the company’s new wearables, it doesn’t mean that the manufacturer has nothing more up in their sleeves. Today, on the second day of the expo Huawei unveils the new 7-inch MediaPad X2 tablet sporting a highly attractive metal body shell and a full HD screen. Additionally, this cellular enabled slate supports all the connectivity options you would expect to find in the latest smartphones, including talk service enabling the tablet to make phone calls.
Announced during this year’s MWC the Huawei TalkBand B1 is officially hitting the US market. The Huawei’s first smartwatch is an innovative gadget with an inbuilt perfect workout assistant that counts your steps and calories you’ve burned that has been within your reach starting from November 14th. Don’t know where to buy it? The TalkBand B1 is being distributed by third-party vendors like Amazon, Newegg and Fry’s Electronics labeled with the price tag of $129.99. Feel interested in the gadget? Let’s take an insight into the TalkBand B1’s details.
To compete against the monopoly of Xiaomi in the Chinese market, the brand Huawei Honor has come up with a new device called Honor 4X also known as Huawei Honor Che1-CL20. Xiaomi has been a huge success in the Chinese market, winning against Samsung earlier this year for providing quality products at pocket friendly prices. The Chinese certification agency TENAA leaked the Huawei Honor 4X smartphone today, saying that this device has great features combined with an extremely affordable price, giving Xiaomi a run for its money.
Huawei has just introduced the 8-inch Honor Tablet to the Malaysian market. The compact slate is said to be closer to a large smartphone than any other tablets. The Honor Tablet is capable to make and answer phone calls just as well as type and receive text messages. The pre-orders start in Malaysia on October 29th with price starting as a equivalent of $184.
The original Huawei Ascend P7 was launched four months ago, almost to the day (on May 7th to be exact). With attractive design and powerful hardware, the phone was, and still is, an interesting offering capable of successfully competing with many famous brands. However, the Chinese smartphone maker apparently thought that it still has more to offer and has just announced a new version of the Ascend P7 called Sapphire Edition which was first rumored about a month ago and was later confirmed by the manufacturer itself.
Huawei announced its new flagship smartphone, the Ascend Mate 7 running on the fastest LTE Cat 6 network
Today at IFA in Berlin, Huawei announced the numerously rumored Ascend Mate 7 joining the company’s lineup of high-end smartphones. The 6-inch phablet powered by a hefty processor is said to run on the fastest LTE Cat 6 network, which along with its fingerprint scanner makes the phone the first league player. Let’s take a look at this beast.
The very first uncovered pics of the intensively rumored Huawei’s Ascend Mate 7 have just popped on the net. Unlikely the previous leaked during the TENAA certification process photos presenting the handset in ugly plastic case, those pics showcase the new Ascend Mate 7 in its whole beauty including biometric security and super-slim side bezels. With Huawei having already sent the invitation to their press event, we may safely assume that the phablet will debut at pre-IFA trade show days on September 4th.
As mobile making companies try to attract more and more customers and overtake Apple, we witness more devices hitting the market, including smartwatches and cell phones with amped up specs. The China based mobile and telecommunications equipment maker told Engadget in an interview, that it is planning to launch a sapphire screen mobile device Huawei Ascend P7 Sapphire Edition soon.