Is Huawei trying to steal away Samsung’s designers and technicians? If so, you certainly can’t blame them for the effort as Samsung is most certainly poised to have their most successful Galaxy S ever with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The refined and refreshed look of the S6 and S6 Edge seems to have caught Huawei’s attention as reports are coming that the company is not only offering more money, but higher level positions are also being dangled to Samsung’s design engineers. More independence is also rumored to be promised to these candidates which is essentially an engineers/designers dream. If these people were to take Huawei’s offer, you certainly can’t blame them.
Do you guys think Samsung’s own engineers can steer Huawei into a serious contender in the mobile phone industry?
source: Korea Times
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has today launched its latest budget-friendly smartphone, the Honor 4X, in the United Kingdom. The handset is available to purchase from online retailer Amazon for just £144.99 ($220), and will start shipping on April 17.
One of the more impressive wearable devices that was announced at MWC 2015 was the Huawei Watch, the company’s entry into the smartwatch market. The specs were impressive, especially the 400 x 400 resolution screen. However, Huawei did not have estimated pricing or availability ready other than to reveal they were planning to release the Watch in 20 markets around the globe. The Huawei UK Twitter account revealed today that the device is expected “around the middle of this year.” Read more
Huawei’s answer to Motorola’s budget friendly device, the Moto G, becomes official and is dubbed as the SnapTo. The SnapTo will come in two colors, black and white. The black version will be released April 17th, while the white version isn’t due till May 15th. The device will be priced at $179.99 in the US and will be available on various outlets such as Best Buy, Newegg, Fry’s, and Huawei’s official US website. If you’re not familiar with the SnapTo’s specs, here’s a quick rundown: Read more
Chinese manufacturer Huawei has just launched the SnapTo handset in the U.S. featuring Android 4.4 KitKat. But it seems like the company has some other plans for its existing crop of smartphones as well as a few relatively old ones. Read more
Huawei has been making the push to bring more midrange and budget devices to the U.S. The company has now launched the SnapTo handset in the country through Amazon. The smartphone is available in black and white color variants with a price tag of $179.99, thus competing with the likes of the Moto G in the midrange market segment. Read more
Earlier today, Huawei took to its official YouTube channel to tease the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the P8. The video itself doesn’t reveal anything new about the device, nor does its accompanying caption: “Catch light to spark infinite possibilities”. Although, the repeated use of bright colors during the 1 min 47 sec clip leads us to believe that the 13-megapixel camera on board will include a unique light-capturing feature.
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The Huawei Honor 6 Plus smartphone will be available for purchase in the UK starting May 1, according to the company. Interested customers in the region will be able to pre-order the device from April 6, which is this Monday. Read more
The forthcoming Huawei P8 smartphone, expected to be announced as the company’s next flagship at an April 15th event, surfaced in a filing with TENAA, the Chinese equivalent to the FCC. Besides the information about specs that are included in the filing, Huawei also supplied several images giving us an official look at the device. Read more