Huawei debuts high spec Honor 6
Jun24

Huawei debuts high spec Honor 6

Huawei still does not get much recognition in Western markets, despite the Chinese company's best efforts to get noticed. However, the brand makes very good handsets on a consistent basis and covers many price points, so while the company may not trouble the likes of Samsung and Apple in the US, it is a major player in China.Take this Chinese exclusive handset for example, the Honor 6, a handset that will place itself nicely at the...

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Huawei’s latest smartphone finds its way online
Jun09

Huawei’s latest smartphone finds its way online

Huawei is still a brand struggling to make a name for itself in western markets, apart from being once tangled up in a Chinese spying accusation by the US. The company is however one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, even if its core customer base is in Asia. Huawei also makes excellent devices, and the company's upcoming flagship will be the best yet and could well be among the best smartphones ever made. Okay,...

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The Beast Comes Home: Huawei Honor X1 First Impressions

At Mobile World Congress, Huawei announced a few new devices but none grabbed my attention more than the 7-inch -- that's right, I said 7-inch -- Honor X1 smartphone. While I still don't know if it's a large phone or simply a tablet that makes phone call,s I do know that it's now mine. (Thanks eBay!)  I have used it as my daily driver for a few days, not long enough for a full review, but long enough to have few thoughts... First this...

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Huawei says Android and Windows Phone dual OS devices make more sense

Huawei has most of its eggs in the Android basket, but the company has shown some support for Windows Phone as well. The Chinese manufacturer says that it is "committed to making Windows Phone devices," but that may not be the best solution for supporting the operating system going forward. It might make more sense to offer Android as the primary phone and Windows Phone as a secondary option. Trusted Reviews spoke with Huawei Chief...

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Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G is an Android phone and a Phone Charger?

Huawei has officially announced its latest device, the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G. While it's not mindblowingly different from the original Ascend Mate, there are a few cool new features worth discussing, including its whopping 4,050 mAh battery that will also allow you to charge other devices from it. Here is the spec run down: 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400  2GB of RAM Bluetooth 4.0  5MP front-facing unit 13MP Sony BSI rear facing...

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Huawei Ascend Mate 2 photos appear online

The Huawei Ascend Mate was among the first ridiculously big Android smartphones, and images of the Ascend Mate 2 show that nothing has changed with the follow-up. The phone once again has a display above 6-inches, runs Android, and has specifications that are common for smartphones of the time. It also has some features that are sure to draw comparisons to what Samsung is doing. In the photos from Sina Weibo below, the Huawei Ascend...

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