The Huawei Mate 8 just might be one of the smoothest, most powerful devices we've used in recent memory - but it isn't without its glaring flaws. Join us as Nirave gives you his thoughts in the written review and Josh shows off the Mate 8 in our video review.
Huawei’s not a company known for its subtlety, preferring to break world records rather than innovate understatedly. That being said, the company’s newest version of software for Android seems to be a happy confluence of sensible features and unique design.
The official launch of the Huawei Ascend P6 is just a week away, but that's not stopping new information from heading our way. We now get a look at new spec details and screenshots of the newest version of the Emotion UI.
Huawei’s Emotion UI simplifies Android for the consumer [Video preview and interview]
We earlier wondered why Huawei's Emotion UI ditched the app drawer in favor of a different home screen setup. Over at the IFA 2012 in Berlin, our very own Darcy LaCouvee had the opportunity to interview Huawei's phone unit vice president Lars-Christian Weissewange, where the executive explained the concepts behind Huawei's design decisions.
Hands-on with Huawei’s new Emotion UI. Why isn’t there an app drawer?
Some of you may have silently wept as news emerged that Huawei was coming out with its proprietary user interface to run atop Google’s stock launcher. While the name Emotion UI has become more familiar to the ears ever since, not too many have seen its real life implementation. Here’s a brief walkthrough of Huawei’s first take on Android skin.