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Nexus 6P press photo pops up, retail boxes confirm names

Nexus 6P press photo pops up, retail boxes confirm names

In just less than a week, Google has a scheduled event where it might possibly reveal the two new Nexus smartphones, one from LG and one from Huawei. Naturally, leaks and rumors are ramping up to beat the deadline. This latest batch seemingly confirm some of the things we've been seeing and hearing about, particularly the rather odd design on the back of Hauwei's Nexus. Alleged retail boxes of both Nexus smartphones have also appeared, confirming the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P monikers leaked earlier.

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Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P names tipped for new Google phones

Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P names tipped for new Google phones

Google's next set of Nexus devices have had details leaked on hardware, software, and now naming schemes before launch. Word today is that the smaller of the two devices will be called Nexus 5X - that's the LG-made device. The larger of the two smartphones is said to be called Nexus 6P. Does the P stand for "Prints"? Or maybe it stands for "Power". Or it could stand for nothing at all - we wouldn't be entirely surprised whatever it ends up being.

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Moto 360 (2015) vs Huawei Watch hands-on: so similar, so shiny

Moto 360 (2015) vs Huawei Watch hands-on: so similar, so shiny

This week we've received two watches in the mail, one Moto 360 (the new one for 2015), and a Huawei Watch. Both devices work with Android Wear, and both devices are very, very similar. So similar that, had we gotten the same color materials for the Moto 360 as we do here the Huawei Watch, we'd have trouble telling the two apart at a glance. Up close, of course, you'll see the Motorola logo on the single button on the Moto 360, and the shapes are slightly different - but inside, they're largely the same.

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Alleged Huawei Nexus with Snapdragon 810 gets benchmarked

Alleged Huawei Nexus with Snapdragon 810 gets benchmarked

A lot more attention as probably been given to LG's rumored third Nexus smartphone, but Huawei's entry into the family has more implications for Google. That's not to say, however, that this first Chinese-made Nexus won't have interesting points. Rumors speak of its larger 2K resolution, for example. But those same rumors also betray a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, one of the most infamous chips of recent days, running inside. Now a GeekBench sighting might be giving eager Nexus fans something new to worry about: performance.

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Pre-orders for LG, Huawei Nexus tipped to start 13 October

Pre-orders for LG, Huawei Nexus tipped to start 13 October

Google still hasn't actually announced a late September event that will herald the coming of two new Nexus smartphones, but if you're well rooted in the Android world, it's hard not to get even just a wee bit interested in the two. Now word on the Internet street is that the two smartphones, to be made by LG and Huawei, will start their pre-order phase on October 13. Whether that is actually the shipping date remains to be seen, but at least we now have a second date to look forward to.

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Huawei G8 might be an affordable alternative to the Mate S

Huawei G8 might be an affordable alternative to the Mate S

Huawei may have just made a big splash at IFA 2015 to announce its new Mate S and finally launch the Huawei Watch, but apparently that's not all that it had to show. Almost rather silently, it also revealed the Huawei G8, which seems to bear many characteristics of both the Honor 7 and the new Mate S. The difference? Some slightly lower hardware and the absence of some fancy extraneous features that could make the Huawei G8 a more convincing and affordable option for those starting to root for Huawei's products.

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Huawei Mate S features Force Touch, knuckle gesture recognition

Huawei Mate S features Force Touch, knuckle gesture recognition

Huawei is using its stage time at IFA 2015 to announce its latest smartphone, the Mate S, clear shot at rivaling Apple's forthcoming iPhone "6s" Plus. First off, the device features a 5.5-inch display, down from the 6-inch Ascend Mate 7 from last year, but it's also touting Force Touch, the same pressure sensitive touchscreen technology that Apple debuted in the Apple Watch and Retina MacBook, and is expected to be a big part of this year's new iPhones.

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Huawei Watch priced for $349 Apple Watch battle: Hands-on

Huawei Watch priced for $349 Apple Watch battle: Hands-on

Huawei is going all-out with the Huawei Watch, aiming to raise the Android Wear bar as well as directly take on the Apple Watch in pricing. The new wearable goes up for preorder today, kicking off at $349, and is one of the few Android Wear watches to come in a relatively wide variety of styles and finishes. All get a bright, responsive 1.4-inch AMOLED touchscreen.

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Huawei Honor 7 Review

Huawei Honor 7 Review

If your perception of a Chinese-made smartphone still involves plastic and cheap knockoffs, then you might not have paid attention to the market for past year or so. Quite a few names have risen above the ranks to show the might of the East and their ability to innovate and blaze their own path, a path that sometimes takes them to the West. Take for example Huawei, one of the biggest names in China. With the entry of the Huawei Honor 7 into the European market, the manufacturer is trying to stay one step ahead of its compatriots. But how does it fare? Read on to find out.

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Huawei Nexus leaks again: Snapdragon 810 and USB-C

Huawei Nexus leaks again: Snapdragon 810 and USB-C

Huawei's Nexus has seemingly leaked again, the second time in less than 24 hours, confirming some of the much-rumored smartphone's hardware specifications. The alleged in-the-wild shots from China's Weibo social network follow earlier images of the new Nexus in-hand. While the phone is covered in a plastic shell - either for protection or to give some degree of privacy from prying eyes - its bootscreen does confirm some of the headline hardware.

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Huawei Nexus 6 pics leak

Huawei Nexus 6 pics leak

Google has been offering Nexus devices for a long time now. These smartphones are made by different manufactures and are generally hopped up with all the software and services that Google has to offer. Some images of a new device wearing the Nexus brand have turned up online. The interesting part is that the Nexus branded smartphone has the Huawei brand underneath.

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Huawei Honor 7i has a slick 13MP rotating main camera

Huawei Honor 7i has a slick 13MP rotating main camera

Huawei has rolled out a new smartphone that has an interesting feature. That interesting feature is a main camera that is able to rotate 180-degrees from the front to the rear of the smartphone to act as both the front and rear cameras. The upside to this feature is that you get a 13MP camera on the front and back of the phone.

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