The Nexus 6P, after another bend test, truly has some structural flaws


YouTuber JerryRigEverything earlier posted a video of him doing a scratch, burn, and bend test on the Huawei-made Nexus 6P. It wasn’t received very well, particularly because of users questioning the legitimacy of the video. Some claimed it was “fake” because they couldn’t see any logos on the back as well as other reasons. As a result, JerryRigEverything is back with yet another bend test video to clear the air.

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Carphone Warehouse announces the Huawei Y3, the UK’s lowest priced smartphone

Huawei_Y3_CPW_UK dwellers in the market for an affordable, no-nonsense handset might be interested in the country’s lowest priced smartphone; the Huawei Y3 which is available from Carphone Warehouse. The handset is available on CPW’s iD network from just £5 per month with no upfront charge on a 2-year contract or £59 SIM-free. While for many it won’t be suitable as their main handset, the Huawei Y3 could do a job as a secondary, backup device. Read more

[Deal] Save $50 on the Huawei Watch… by buying a Nexus 6P


Two of the hottest devices Android devices on the market today are made by Huawei. The company designed both the Nexus 6P and the appropriately named Huawei Watch, clearly a sign that Huawei wants to be a global brand on the same level of Samsung, Apple, and LG. Its Nexus handset and Android Wear smartwatch are available from multiple retailers, but only Huawei has a sweet offer that saves you some money. One that encourages you to buy the Nexus 6P and Huawei Watch together.

Hit the break to learn more.

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Huawei’s Honor brand to receive Marshmallow update in February 2016


It’s always good finding out when your phone’s manufacturer is planning on rolling out the latest version of Android to your handset, and today it’s the turn of Huawei’s Honor brand of smartphones. According to a tweet by @HiHonorIndia, the company will begin pushing out the final version of its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to selected handsets in February next year. Read more

Nexus 6P gets the teardown treatment


The folks over at iFixIt have finally managed to get their hands on the brand new Nexus 6P following shipping hold-ups, and have dismantled it in their usual fashion just to show us how difficult it is to repair. The handset can be taken apart in 16 relatively complex steps, earning it a repairability score of 2 out of 10, which isn’t great when you consider its sister smartphone, the Nexus 5X, weighed in at 7 out of 10.

Hit the break to see a few key images from the teardown.

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