It's no secret that Huawei is intent on joining the big boys in the smartphone arena, and the Ascend D Quad is undoubtedly its most promising attempt yet. The manufacturer is determined to make some serious headway into the world of handset relevance dominance, and the Ascend D Quad -- alongside its larger-battery XL brother -- are ready to play ball in the specs game. With a homegrown 1.
Huawei may have somewhat taken a backseat the past month or so, but now it's prepping for its next big reveal, with the Chinese manufacturer teasing its Paris media event. Meanwhile, the Huawei Ascend P7 is already showing up in non-blurry leaked photos ahead of the scheduled announcement. This new batch of photos reveal the Ascend P7 in all its entirety.
What is a flagship? For some companies, it's about cramming as many features into a device as physics allows. For Huawei, it means something else entirely: Though it creates smartphones for the power-hungry crowd, its most eye-catching devices typically favor mass appeal over brawn. Exhibit A: theAscend P7, a smartphone that emphasizes design and user-friendliness over a blowsy spec sheet.
Huawei has opened up a new website for the Ascend Mate 2 ahead of an eventual U.S. debut. From the looks of things, the Ascend Mate 2 will be sold directly to U.S. consumers; pricing and availability are unknown. Initially unveiled as CES a few months back, the Huawei smartphone features 6.1-inch 720p display, quad-core 1.6GHz processor, 2GB RAM. 16GB internal storage, and a 4050mAh battery.
With theAscend P6, Huawei looked to build a smartphone that emphasized design and material quality over performance. Unfortunately, it shipped without LTE at a time when networks were making a big push on the new standard, and so marginalized the P6 in favor of devices from rival manufacturers.
Most camera geeks agree that Sony needed to make up for the NEX-F3, and that it did so with style by producing theNEX-5R. When we placed this in the hands of our in-house camera guru, he was "thrilled." In fact, he described it as one of the best compact ILCs of 2012-2013, and that people should keep it in their mind the next time it came time to buy a camera.
It's not uncommon at all for us to see images of an unannounced smartphone hit the web, it happens all the time. Typically, when it does happen the photos are blurry and it's hard to make out details at time. Some images of a new smartphone from Huawei have hit the internet this week and they are crystal clear. The images are said to be of the Huawei Ascend P7.
With each new day, a new skeleton tumbles out of the NSA closet; today we look into the news about spying on Huawei and the Chinese Government. It is common knowledge that the US government has been inquisitive about what is happening in China - so tracking former Chinese President Hu Jintao, the Chinese Trade Ministry and banks is predictable.
Ren Zhengfei might seem to us like a man of mystery; a quintessential "elusive figure" about whom we know very little beyond the facts that he foundedHuaweiand has had some (partly refuted) connections to the Chinese Communist Party.
Rumors have been suggesting Huawei has plans to announce the Ascend P7 during Mobile World Congress. The company has yet to confirm that, however given the recent increase in rumors, that could likely be when an announcement comes. Anyway, what is believed to be press renders of the Ascend P7 Sophia have recently surfaced.
You might have been distracted by Microsoft's colorful glossy Nokia X2 reveal, but Huawei will grab your attention with its somewhat strangely named Honor 6 flagship. Aside from sporting what is touted to be a processor as fast as Qualcomm's beasts, this smartphone boasts of a incredibly thin bezels that give more space to the device's screen. That screen measures 5.
According to US officials that spoke with The Wall Street Journal , South Korea has fallen in line with US requests that sensitive communications be routed to bypass Huawei network equipment. The reason, as with similar movements that have happened elsewhere, revolves around US concern about possible spying.
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Chinese manufacturer Huawei has promised to "unlock possibilities" this coming MWC 2014 but, based on this photos, it might not be the possibility that many have in mind. If the speculation behind prove to be correct, we might be staring at what Huawei has envisioned its smartwatch to be. It should come as no surprise that Huawei is said to have a smarwatch prepared for next week's big tech event. After all, almost everyone is getting on the smartwatch train as fast as they can.