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Huawei Premia brings “premium” experience to MetroPCS

Huawei Premia brings “premium” experience to MetroPCS

With the Huawei Premia you'll soon be blowing up your MetroPCS spot with 4G LTE and a lovely dual-core processor on a 4-inch display for just $149 off-contract. That's without any contractual obligations, free from worry, and with some relatively cool innards to keep your smartphone experience forward-leaning. Along with the 1.5GHz clock speed on the SoC, you'll have 1GB of RAM and LTE Mobile Hotspot capabilities right out of the box.

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Samsung finally tops the smartphone market in China

Samsung finally tops the smartphone market in China

Samsung has finally taken the top spot in China's smartphone market. It has been gunning for the position since 2009, and has not only taken the top spot, but has taken it by a landslide. The company has reported that it has sold a whopping 30.06 million smartphones in China in the last year alone, a figure that is 3 times the 10.9 million smartphones it had sold back in 2011. The huge boost in sales is attributed to Samsung's renown branding in the smartphone market.

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Huawei plans to top Apple and Samsung in mobile market

Huawei plans to top Apple and Samsung in mobile market

We all know that many companies, like LG, Sony, and HTC, are gunning for the 3rd place position in the smartphone world. But would you ever guess that Huawei wanted to gun for that highly coveted position as well? Well not only that, but Huawei hopes to beat out Apple and Samsung for the #1 spot in the mobile market place in the coming years. Wan Biao, Chief Executive of Huawei's device division discussed with The Telegraph Huawei's goals for the future.

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MWC 2013 Post-Mortem

MWC 2013 Post-Mortem

Mobile World Congress 2013 scrambles to a close, a week of new phones and tablets, a shiny new venue, and more questions as to whether the days of the big trade show are numbered. It's been a show where the divisions between the mobile upstarts and the current key players have been sharply defined, with ZTE, Huawei, and Nokia all pushing to corner the market, while Samsung and HTC were notable by their relative absence of announcements, favoring their own, standalone events. Nevertheless, there's plenty to wrap up, and seldom has a headline been so accurate in so many ways.

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Firefox OS launching globally with 18 operators

Firefox OS launching globally with 18 operators

Firefox OS devices will launch on 18 operators all across the globe and they will be the World's first "Open Web Devices". The first markets that will launch the devices include: Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, Sebria, Spain, and Venezuela, with more market places coming shortly after that. Mozilla is working with handset makers Alcatel, Huawei, LG, and ZTE to develop their Firefox OS smartphones, and all of the smartphones will utilize Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors.

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Huawei Ascend P2 hands-on

Huawei Ascend P2 hands-on

As night follows day, so Huawei's Ascend P2 follows the original P1, a slimline smartphone launched at Mobile World Congress today. Aesthetically similar to its predecessor, the Ascend P2 does pack some more interesting specifications - such as a 13-megapixel camera on the rear - but there's a catch, since the display isn't the 1080p slab of loveliness we were hoping for.

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Apple and Samsung grab over half smartphone share as phone sales slim in 2012

Apple and Samsung grab over half smartphone share as phone sales slim in 2012

Apple and Samsung now collectively dominate more than half of the worldwide smartphone market by sales, according to new research, though the phone market as a whole shrank slightly in 2012, year-on-year. Samsung held pole position, Gartner said, in both smartphones and phones generally, with almost 385m global sales in the year; Apple's sales reached 130m units for the same period. Meanwhile, Huawei managed to snag the number three spot in Q4 2012, though Gartner points out that it's far from a stable position.

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Huawei MWC 2013 press event invite tips Ascend P2 and 8-core CPU

Huawei MWC 2013 press event invite tips Ascend P2 and 8-core CPU

This week Huawei has made their Mobile World Congress 2013 presence official with an invitation to their main event. This event will quite likely continue to reveal the Ascend lineup of smartphones running Android with high definition displays and powerful processors under their respective hoods. We saw the massive Ascend Mate 6.1-inch display-toting beast as well as the lovely Ascend D2 with 5-inch 1080p display at CES 2013, and as it was tipped by Huawei CEO of Consumer Business Group's Richard Yu, the next step may be the Huawei Ascend P2. This device has been suggested to be coming with a processor packing 8 CPU cores.

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Huawei to offer budget-friendly 4Afrika Windows Phone handset in Africa

Huawei to offer budget-friendly 4Afrika Windows Phone handset in Africa

Microsoft has announced a partnership with Huawei, a Chinese manufacturer known for its lower-end smartphones, to produce a budget-friendly Windows Phone handset for Africa called 4Afrika. The smartphone will only cost $150, and will be launched in seven countries, with more to follow. The handset will be first introduced in Cairo, Nairobi, Lagos, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and Johannesburg.

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