As an official sponsor of the Arsenal Football Club of the English Premier League, Huawei has some unique access to football, er soccer, players for advertising purposes. The result is a fun video from Huawei’s “School of Pronunciation” that ends with an explanation of how to pronounce the company’s name. Presumably this is to help clear up any confusion as Huawei moves to get in front of a larger audience around the world. Read more
In its latest quarterly earnings report, Lenovo become the world’s third largest smartphone vendor. Now, ZTE has its eyes on the title, aiming to become the world’s third largest smartphone manufacturer in three years time.
The Huawei P8, despite being launched less than two months ago, is already seeing its successor receive attention. Alleged acquaintances of Huawei factory workers claim to have knowledge of the upcoming P9’s specifications.
Among all of the hardware manufacturers using Android as their operating system, the Chinese companies seem to be the most reluctant on going all-in with Google’s offering.
Sources in China claim that the forthcoming Huawei-produced Google Nexus smartphone will be based on a prototype of the manufacturer’s Mate 8 smartphone. Previous leaks have suggested the next Nexus smartphone will have a 5.7-inch 2K display which would be consistent with the Mate 8 from Huawei. Read more
The upcoming Helio X20 processor, developed by MediaTek, has reportedly received attention from plenty of the largest Android device manufacturers. Companies that have expressed interest in the deca-core processor include Sony, LG, HTC, ZTE, Lenovo, Meizu, Huawei, and Xiaomi.
Earlier this year, it was said that Huawei was in the running to make the next Nexus smartphone. This device was said to be sporting a 5.7 inch display. Subsequent reports mentioned that this was only one of the two Nexus devices that Google was looking to launch with the second one made by LG. Read more
Huawei unveiled its latest tablet, the MediaPad M2, earlier today at an exclusive press conference in Paris, France. The slate is expected to hit shelves in early June with a price tag of €349 ($250).
Sources in China claim to know some of the specs for the forthcoming Huawei Mate 8 smartphone, successor to last year’s Huawei Mate 7. If accurate, Huawei appears to have a nice device coming to market that will be highlighted by a bezelless 2K resolution display ensconced in the same metal frame design as the Mate 7. Read more
Fans of Google’s upcoming Nexus device are clouded in it. Will it be manufactured by LG or Huawei? Could two be on the horizon–one from both companies? The prospect of a Huawei made Nexus device is exciting, but what’ll put a grin on every Nexus fan’s face is what’s inside. Now, Chinese analyst Pan Jiutang is divulging what hardware could be inside Google’s next big thing.