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Huawei honor 8 unveiled, comes with dual cameras, glass body

Huawei honor 8 unveiled, comes with dual cameras, glass body

If you presumed that the honor is Huawei's "budget" sub-brand and all the connotation that entails, the announced honor 8 will probably change your line of thinking. Although it's not exactly going to match Huawei's premium flagship, the P9, spec for spec, it pretty much comes close. Like its older cousing, the honor 8 comes with a dual 12 megapixel rear camera, with the same depth-sensing monochrome sensor, but sports a glass body instead of an all metal one.

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Huawei MateBook 2-in-1 now available for order in the US

Huawei MateBook 2-in-1 now available for order in the US

Move over Surface Pro, you've got some competition. Or do you? Huawei tried its hand at creating a sleek 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet and it almost succeeded. Almost. The Huawei MateBook almost checked all the right points in a premium Windows portable PC but faltered on the battery and the keyboard. Unfazed, the tablet that could be has officially launched in the US from different online stores, carrying a price tag that makes you think you're really getting what you pay for, and not exactly in a good way.

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Honor 5X Marshmallow 6.0 update rolls out

Honor 5X Marshmallow 6.0 update rolls out

Android Marshmallow is rolling out to most current smartphones but it is launching on some later than others. If you own the Huawei Honor 5X smartphone your time is finally here. The Android Marshmallow 6.0 update is now rolling out to users. Along with Marshmallow, the update is also bringing EMUI 4.0.

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Huawei Nexus 6P ZeroLemon 8500mAh battery case debuts

Huawei Nexus 6P ZeroLemon 8500mAh battery case debuts

The Huawei Nexus 6P isn't exactly a new device having launched last year. If you are a Nexus 6P owner looking for longer run time from your device, you might want to consider the new battery case that has launched from ZeroLemon called simply the Nexus 6P Battery Case. The case promises 190% charge for your device and should almost double the runtime between charges.

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Huawei fakes P9 phone photo using DSLR camera

Huawei fakes P9 phone photo using DSLR camera

As the playing field between smartphone manufacturers begins the even out in terms of sheer processing power, we're seeing an increasing number of them opt to outfit their phones with impressive cameras. This has been one of the most heavily marketed features of Huawei's new device, the P9. The P9 features a dual 12 megapixel camera that was co-engineered with Leica, and even though the phone's technical specifications aren't exactly bad, it's the camera that has been turning heads.

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Huawei Honor V8 Max hits TENAA with 6.6-inch 2K OLED screen

Huawei Honor V8 Max hits TENAA with 6.6-inch 2K OLED screen

A new Huawei smartphone has landed at TENAA and the device is the Honor V8 Max. This is a larger version of the Honor V8 that we saw cross TENAA back in April. The Honor V8 Max measures 178.8 x 90.9 x 7.18mm and it weighs 219g. The smartphone supports GSM, TD-CDMA, TD-LTE, LTE FDD, and WCDMA networks.

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These Google Phones and Android Nougat make me doubt my iPhone’s future

These Google Phones and Android Nougat make me doubt my iPhone’s future

Today I'm doubting this iPhone in the face of Google's potential with the next generation of Android Nougat devices. Specifically the HTC-made Nexus phones we're looking at today, leaked and everything. Both of the devices have been leaked, as it were, both with very similar details - both looking like really, really good competitors for the iPhone 7. Especially if we're speaking strictly on specifications' terms, the iPhone 7 will need to up its game significantly just to match what Google has here.

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Forget MateBook, Huawei made the perfect MacBook gadget

Forget MateBook, Huawei made the perfect MacBook gadget

The world is full of mysteries, but the question simmering among many is why Apple is still yet to produce a USB-C dock for the Retina MacBook. The port-light ultraportable has demonstrated its commitment to the USB-C spirit with two generations resolutely sticking to the idea that a single port is sufficient, but salvation for those with a handful of things to connect comes from a perhaps unlikely source.

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Huawei MateBook Review: Two big deal-breakers for this iPad Pro rival

Huawei MateBook Review: Two big deal-breakers for this iPad Pro rival

For years, Apple has cornered the market in stylish tablets, but Huawei's MateBook has arrived to steal the iPad's crown. Announced to no shortage of fanfare at Mobile World Congress in February, the MateBook pieces together the style of an iPad Pro, the connectivity of a MacBook, and the flexibility of full Windows 10. Question is, does Huawei's math add up, or is the MateBook too ambitious for its own good?

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Huawei Honor 8 details spilled by TENAA

Huawei Honor 8 details spilled by TENAA

The Huawei Honor 8 smartphone has rolled into TENAA to get the certifications needed to go on sale in China. The press event for the smartphone is set for July 15 and all the details will be officially announced then. Ahead of that event roughly two weeks away, TENAA has offered up some images of the smartphone and details on hardware inside.

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Huawei CEO: we’ll stick to Android as long as it’s open

Huawei CEO: we’ll stick to Android as long as it’s open

Last week, the Internet was abuzz with rumors talk about how Huawei, like Samsung, is building a contingency plan so that it won't be tied to the crutch of Android. This "Plan B" was supposedly prompted by whispers of Google's intent to exert more control over the mobile platform. Company "Rotating" CEO Yu Chengdong (Richard Yu) has taken to Weibo to express continuing solidarity with Android. But with one important caveat. He says that Huawei will keep on using Android as long as the platform remains open.

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Manufacturers should stick to Android, despite Google exerting more control

Manufacturers should stick to Android, despite Google exerting more control

Huawei was recently reported to be in the process of developing its own OS as a contingency plan. It isn't unique nor first in that regard. Samsung has long been believed to have invested in Tizen for that very purpose. Both of these independent pieces of news share a common theme, a common goal: being free of total dependence on Google. That concern has recently resurfaced with whispers of Google desiring to exert more and more control over Android. But whether that is true or not, and it is likely to be true, Android hardware makers will be better off remaining with Android, with or without Google.

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