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Some Huawei Phones To Get Graphics Boost With An August Update

Good news, Huawei smartphone users! Some of the more recent handsets, such as the Huawei P20, Mate 10 and Mate RS – just to name a few, will be receiving a free GPU Turbo update that will give the handsets a significant graphical boosts. We do not know how it works, but according to Huawei, the GPU Turbo is akin to how turbocharger in a car works (presumably, a boost that kicks in only upon the demanded by an app, or certain threshold), which will “able to accelerate performance by optimizing system utilization of software and hardware resources.Continue reading Some Huawei Phones To Get Graphics Boost With An August Update

Huawei P20 Pro Is Like An iPhone X With A Three Camera System

Behold the future of smartphone is… iPhone X lookalike with the notch. Yup. Following Vivo, ASUS and the lot, Huawei is in it too with its new P20 and P20 Pro smartphones. Oh mine. I wonder how many acid tongue Android loyalists have spewed hate on the notch, but look what we have here. Notch on almost all the new phones we have seen thus far. On the bright side, Android users who loathe Apple’s autocratic approach with their OS can enjoy similar aesthetic with more liberty on the OS aspect. I guess its a win? Maybe. Continue reading Huawei P20 Pro Is Like An iPhone X With A Three Camera System

Porsche Design’s Huawei Mate RS Has An In-screen Fingerprint Sensor

Hold up, folks! If you have not bought a Huawei Mate 10, or the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 10, then you may want to stop because, Huawei has just unveiled a new Porsche Design-branded Mate device inspired by the iconic Porsche 911 GT3 RS, called Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS. This is one of the rare times where acronym synonymous with sports car is used on a smartphone and like the RS of the automobile world, this device has quite a bit to shout about. Continue reading Porsche Design’s Huawei Mate RS Has An In-screen Fingerprint Sensor

Here’s Another Edge-to-Edge Display Smartphone For Under 200 Bucks

With smartphone prices breaking the thousand dollar price point, it is much to consumers relief that there are still affordable options without sacrificing on specifications. The DOOGEE Mix we saw last month was one brilliant example and now, you have yet another option: The Honor 7X Phone. For the uninitiated, Honor is a sub brand of China telecommunication giant, Huawei, and so, they are not just anybody. They are somebody. Honor 7X is the first smartphone from Honor to boasts Honor FullView Display, a 5.93-inch FHD+ display with 2,160 x 1,080 resolution in 18:9 aspect ratio packed inside a compact body of 156.5 x 75.3 x 7.6 mm (6.16 x 2.96 x 0.30 inches). So, yeah, it is near bezel-less which, until today, is still quite a sight to behold. Continue reading Here’s Another Edge-to-Edge Display Smartphone For Under 200 Bucks

Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

If you don’t already know, what makes Huawei smartphones stand out (or not) from the sea of competitions is the use of proprietary processor manufactured by the company’s wholly-owned fabless semiconductor company, HiSilicon. Up till today, the handset arm of China’s telecommunication giant has been relying on HiSilicon-made processor. Normally there’s really nothing to talk about because, they are just processor, but today, that changes when Huawei Consumer Business Group introduced its first AI mobile chipset, the Kirin 970. Continue reading Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

Huawei Maimang 6 Android Phone Has As Many As Four Cameras

When it comes to mobile imaging, Huawei spares no expense in making it the best, even the device in question is not a flagship handset. Case-in-point, the new Huawei Maimang 6. While clockwork is only of a Kirin 659 SoC (with octacore processor, however), it does has not two, not three, but four cameras. We are talking about a dual camera setup around the back and a dual camera setup at the front. That’s something you don’t see often on flagship handsets, much less on non-flagship variety. Also on the front is the now-trendy edgeless display that stretches 5.9-inch across diagonally, packing 2,160 x 1,080 pixel resolution in also now-popular 18:9 aspect ratio. Continue reading Huawei Maimang 6 Android Phone Has As Many As Four Cameras

KFC China And Huawei Launches $162 Commemorative KFC Phone

In what could be the weirdest collaboration in the mobile phone industry is this striking red smartphone from Chinese telecommunication equipment maker Huawei. While Huawei fans could see that this in fact the Enjoy 7 Plus, the red speaks of something else. Something… how should we say? Finger lickin’ good? Yep. What you see here is KFC phone by Huawei. And yes. Colonel Sanders now has a phone under his name, well, kind of. Announced by KFC China on its Weibo page (China’s Twitter equivalent). The Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus Special Edition Commemorative KFC Phone was announced to mark the American fast food chain 30 years of presence in China. Continue reading KFC China And Huawei Launches $162 Commemorative KFC Phone

Here Are The First Laptops From China Telecom Giant, Huawei

To everyday consumers, Huawei is probably known for its mobile devices, but today, or rather, a couple of days ago, that changes as the China telecom giant introduces a line of laptops called MateBook. If don’t already know, this is the first foray into laptop market for Huawei and with many gadgets coming out of China of late, they are looking pretty sleek. Or should I say, a little MacBook-ish kind of sleek. The line up, which includes a 13-inch fanless laptop (Huawei MateBook X), a 2-in-1 (Huawei MateBook E) and a 15.6-inch portable (Huawei MateBook D), is slated to be available in summer 2017 for 700-1699 euros, depending on the models and configurations. Continue reading Here Are The First Laptops From China Telecom Giant, Huawei

Huawei Flagships P10 And P10+ Have Leica Camera On The Front Too

And when thought handset maker like Huawei is content with awesome Leica-engineered main camera, the China communication titan have its newest flagships, P10 and P10+, equipped with a Leica front camera – and that’s addition to the Leica Dual rear shooter. How well those performance remains to be seen, but theoretically, it should be pretty up there and a brilliant news for Leica fans, maybe? Anywho, Hybrid Zoom is in order too and so is 3D facial detection. Huawei is really banging on the duo. The handset giant also go to length to coat the devices with specially selected Pantone colors co-created with Pantone Color Institute: Pantone Greenery and Dazzling Blue, which the company described as “captivating deep blue shade.” Tasty. Continue reading Huawei Flagships P10 And P10+ Have Leica Camera On The Front Too

Huawei Watch 2 Has 4G Support That Lets You Use The Watch As A Phone

Major tech trade show is heaven on earth for tech enthusiasts, but it can be a pretty brutal event for manufacturers. Why? If a brand launches something new, it’d make sure the company are all geared up in the marketing aspect, or else it risks being drown out by a whole other drool-worthy tech. Speaking of which, the Huawei Watch 2 was one of the many gadgets announced during the early part of this year’s MWC 2017 in Barcelona, but for some reasons, we feel that it is not getting the love it deserves. In any case, if you haven’t heard, yes, the 2-year-old Huawei Watch finally has a successor and it is called, well, Huawei Watch 2, naturally. Continue reading Huawei Watch 2 Has 4G Support That Lets You Use The Watch As A Phone