This year, Xiaomi has proven that its possible to turn a profit from low-cost smartphones. Other OEMs look set to follow suite with their own e-commerce only products.
Night is engulfing the northern hemisphere, but the world of Android is never truly sleeping. This week Google pushed big updates to some of its core apps, we’ve got a peek inside the relationship between Cyanogen and OnePlus, Micromax launched its first Cyanogen OS device, Huawei introduced the camera-centric Honor 6 Plus, Android 5.0.1 rolled out, Android 5.0.2 broke surface, and news emerged about Android M integrating deeper into car dashboards everywhere.
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Huawei has uploaded a small but impressive collection of pictures taken with the 8 megapixel dual rear cameras found in its new Honor 6 Plus smartphone.
Huawei has just launched its 5.5-inch Honor 6 Plus, which features the company’s own octo-core Kirin processor, 3GB RAM and dual 8MP rear cameras for only CN¥1,999 (~$320).
In a recent report, one Taiwnese firm has estimated that Chinese OEMs have shipped almost 40% of the world’s smartphones in 2014, with more room to grow.
In a recent interview, Huawei took the opportunity to spell out its feelings on US allegations of national security risks and of interest in the future.
In a recent interview, Huawei made no secret of the profitability of Windows Phone 8, or the lack thereof. Let’s examine some of the OS’s problems.
Having decided to forgo Kitkat just a few weeks back, Huawei has decided it’s USA Ascend Mate2 will indeed be receiving Lollipop in the first half of 2015.
We take a look at the data and figures for the third quarter of 2014 to analyse the biggest smartphone market trends this year.
A new leak allegedly detailing Huawei’s 2015 product line-up offers some very interesting details. The future Mate 8 looks tame compared to the powerful D8. Samsung watch out.