First spotted at China’s TENAA certification body a couple of weeks ago, the Honor 5C has been officially unveiled at an event in China. Honor is Huawei’s budget-minded sub-brand and most recently launched the reasonably priced 5X (reviewed here). Replacing the 4C, the Honor 5C offers a 5.2-inch Full HD display, 13MP rear camera, and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow for 899 Yuan ($139). Read more
We’re expecting Huawei to unveil the newest member(s) of its Honor series on May 10th. Today, we were able to obtain some details regarding the upcoming handset(s) thanks to its TENNA certification.
Besides launching handsets such as the P9 and P9 Plus that are aimed squarely at the premium segment, Huawei (pronounced “Wah-Way“) also has a sub-brand called Honor offering smartphones at reasonable prices without too many compromises. The Honor 5X is its latest budget-friendly smartphone, featuring a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a first-rate fingerprint scanner, and a premium, metallic finish for $199 in the U.S. and £189/€229 in Europe.
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It seems that 2016 will be a busy year for Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor, having already launched the budget-friendly 5X earlier this year (keep an eye out for the review). The Honor 5C will officially launch on April 28th, and now it seems that there’s another new handset on the horizon, the Honor V8, with a May 10th launch date. Read more
By now, you’ve probably heard and read a fair bit about Huawei‘s newest flagship devices, the P9, and P9 Plus, that launched at an event in London a couple of weeks back. While the presentation focussed heavily on Huawei’s collaboration with Leica in developing the P9’s dual-camera setup, the handset’s part in Huawei’s ambitious plan to sell 140 million handsets in 2016 was also mentioned, as well as a hint as to when the company’s next flagship will be announced. Read more
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The Huawei P9 Lite hasn’t been officially announced just yet, but it’s already showing up as for sale from a retailer in Europe.
Huawei at a press event today announced the Huawei VR, a direct challenger to Samsung’s Gear VR headset.
A new trademark application has surfaced in the U.S. government’s database in which Chinese manufacturer Huawei has filed for protection on the name “Huawei 7P”. This has triggered considerable conjecture about what Huawei may have in store for the U.S. market, especially since it is a market the company is keenly interested in. Read more
Huawei has certainly raised its profile in recent times with the Nexus 6P that it developed in partnership with Google, and its latest flagships, the P9 and P9 Plus that launched in London last week. And let’s not forget about its budget friendly sub-brand, Honor, that launched the 5X to great acclaim earlier in the year. It seems that there may be another device being launched in the coming weeks, with the Honor 5C going through the certification process in China (TENAA). Read more