Honor, a sub-brand of the Chinese manufacturer Huawei, waved something of a magic at a press event on Thursday, when it announced the Honor Magic, a smartphone equipped with artificially intelligent assistant that aims to anticipate your needs before you do. “The Honor Magic […] marks the culmination of Honor’s extended R&D efforts in bringing the best of technology to its customers,” Huawei said in a statement.
Huawei Honor Magic is priced at 3699 yuan (approx $531.89/₹36,108) in China and will be available starting 8pm today(China time). Continue reading →
Black Friday is just a couple of days away and companies are giving everyone the low down on the deals that will be coming. Huawei has joined the bandwagon today and is giving everyone a glimpse, and you definitely won’t be disappointed if you’re looking for some new devices.
Huawei is offering some great deals on the Honor 8, Huawei Fit, Huawei Watch, MediaPad M3 and the MateBook + through popular resellers for their holiday sale. The sales start today and run until December 2. Here is what you can get, where you can get it and how long the deal will last. Continue reading →
Huawei made a major push into smartphone sector just six years ago, but already sits behind only industry stalwarts Apple and Samsung in terms of global sales. And by its 8th year in the business, the Chinese tech-and-telco behemoth expects to overtake Apple.
If you thought Huawei’s plan to be the number one in smartphones was ambitious, wait till you hear about their SuperPhone concept, that Huawei predicts will happen by 2020. According to Huawei, the smartphone-to-superphone evolution will take place within a 12-year cycle similar to the one that saw Motorola invent the first feature phone in 1995 and Apple end that cycle by inventing the first smartphone in 2007. Continue reading →
BLU, an American manufactutrer, had already acknowledged yesterday that a number of their phones had been affected, but also dealt with through a software update, other manufacturers were simply mentioned, including OEMs like ZTE and Huawei. Today, ZTE USA has confirmed that none of their phones in the U.S. have been affected by the Adups software. Continue reading →
Huawei has been on the rise ever since it became the first Chinese OEM to partner with Google on a Nexus. The company hasn’t looked back and is now openly threatening the market leaders, Apple specifically. Huawei’s Galaxy S7 rival, the Huawei P9 has sold over 9 million units in only 8 months.
The Huawei made Nexus 6P was also one of the best Nexus devices and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Huawei was Google’s first choice for the Google Pixel. However, Huawei later backed out of the project for an unspecified reason. A Huawei executive has now spoken out about the decision. Continue reading →
The Huawei Mate 9 is still fresh in everyone’s mind, but that doesn’t mean that the ambitious smartphone maker isn’t working on their successor to the P9 – a phone with the dual 12MP Leica cameras on back, a powerful Kirin 955 chipset under the hood and 3GB of RAM inside – which has sold 9 million units in just 8 months.
Huawei has likely been working on the P10 for months if not years, at this point. As smartphones are generally worked on for at least a year or more, before they are actually made public. The latest information comes to us via GFXBench listings, where a Huawei LON-L29 smartphone has been spotted. Continue reading →
You can download the stock wallpapers of Huawei Mate 9 below. There are total 21 wallpapers, and all are available in high-resolution. It has a huge 5.9 inches IPS display which carry a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, though the company should have supplied with a Quad-HD resolution at such a price range. It is expected that Mate 9 will run on Android 7.0 with EMUI 5.0 UI.
Download them individually by clicking the images to get the full size or just grab the zip containing all full res images. Continue reading →