Huawei Technologies has announced its plans to unveil a smartwatch, a new smartphone, and two new tablets at the Mobile World Congress later this month in Barcelona.
Despite offering up some cutting edge hardware in stylish and svelte designs Chinese manufacturers have yet to make their mark in Western markets. We take a look at why that is.
Global smartphone shipments surpassed the one billion unit milestone last year. Surprisingly, Lenovo, LG, and Huawei were some of the best performing manufacturers, while Apple failed to keep the pace.
Five cable companies are attempting to get Rockstar to stop bullying tech companies, while in a motion filed this week both Huawei and Rockstar jointly requested dismissal of the patent lawsuit which Rockstar brought against Huawei last year.
Huawei has very quietly released its next mid-tier smartphone, the Ascend P6S. However the P6S appears to be only a slight upgrade to last year’s Ascend P6.
At CES 2014 Huawei unveiled its plans for its own OUYA-like micro-console, the Huawei Tron. Unlike the OUYA, this Android-powered device has a Tegra 4 CPU and is aimed specifically at the Chinese market.
At CES 2014 Huawei showed off its new Ascend Mate 2 4G. Join us as we go hands-on to give you a preview of what to expect from the next-gen Mate!
At their CES press conference, Huawei officially announced the Ascend Mate 2 4G, a 6.1-inch 4G LTE-capable handset with a 4050 mAh battery.
It looks like its not just the big manufacturers that are gearing up for KitKat. Huawei has now announced that the Ascend P6 will be making the jump from Android 4.2.2 over to Android 4.4 KitKat this January.
Last week we reported that Microsoft was attempting to convince HTC to put Windows Phone on its Android devices. Apparently a similar deal has also been offered to Huawei and Samsung. Keep reading for more details!