This is Huawei Watch GT 2e, a sportier take of the Watch GT 2 introduced last September. Supposedly designed to “inspired an active lifestyle,” it boasts 100 workout modes, ranging from traditional sports to “more trendy forms of exercise” like rock climbing, surfing, skateboarding and more.
For gadget enthusiasts who do not give a darn care about Google services and who care more about mobile photography, Huawei P40 Series is for you. The new P series now comes in three flavors: P40, P40 Pro and a new addition, P40 Pro+ – all of which are powered by HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G […]
You heard the buzz of 5G technology, but just how fast is it? While numbers are good enough indication of its blazing fast speeds, some companies have taken novel approach to demonstrate it, including using it to control a robot dog, using it control Snowbots for a snowball fight, and more.
Do not confuse with the Huawei MatePad Pro you have seen last year. This MatePad Pro is a 5G model, aptly called, well, MatePad Pro 5G. They are somewhat identical, though, save for the key difference in the chip which, on the 5G model, is of course the Kirin 990 5G SoC.
If you are a power user who always must have a smartphone and a tablet with you, and totally in need for multitasking, then Huawei’s new foldable Mate Xs is for you. Or may be not – if your life is overly reliant on Google Services.
If you haven’t already heard, the much anticipated Huawei’s blend of operating system turns out to be one running a TV. At least it is for now. The TV, Honor Vision Smart TV, is also the recipient of Huawei-developed “intelligent” chipsets, which includes Honghu 818 Intelligent Display Chipset, an AI Camera NPU chip[set and a […]
Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei that is supposedly geared towards the younger market segment, has just revealed a new smartwatch, Honor MagicWatch 2. We checked. Honor MagicWatch 2 is not yet a thing in China and that’s quite unusual, given that it is usually China first, then the rest of the world.
Save for Apple and maybe Samsung, companies are not serious about tablets as much as they do with smartphones. Smartphones get all the good stuff. Slim bezel, sleek design and all, but tablets? They have none it.
As much as we love the design and sound of Devialet speakers, we are put off by the prices. Seriously, not many consumers will be willing to part with four figures for a wireless speaker. Especially given the alternatives we have today.
The ban on Huawei by the U.S. has no doubt impacted the China’s telecommunication giant’s business, but thankfully, one product that’s not affected the ban is this: smartwatch. Speaking of smartwatch, the company has just announced a follow up to its Huawei Watch GT, simply called Huawei Watch GT 2.