We’ve seen in a variety of leaks, that Huawei is looking at announcing the P8 sometime in April without the Ascend moniker. Well two new photos out of China show us a new look at the possible Ascend P7 successor.
Earlier this week, a rumor began to spread that stated Huawei would charge $1,000 for its upcoming smartwatch. Having such a high price disappointed and shocked many people as other Android Wear devices stay around $300 and below. The Huawei Watch does feature a premium look and feel; however, $1,000 seemed far too high.
Fortunately, it will not cost that much for consumers to bring home the Huawei Watch as the company commented on pricing concerns.
A new rumor has surfaced regarding the price of Huawei’s upcoming smartwatch, and it’s pretty ridiculous. If these rumors end up being true, Huawei could price the watch at $1,000, which is significantly higher than any other conventional Android Wear watch we’ve seen. Apple likely wouldn’t even attempt to pull off that price tag with their products. Read more
Huawei has managed to stake a claim as China’s second largest smartphone manufacturer, yet it is a name most U.S. consumers have probably never heard. If they are aware of Huawei, there are decent odds it stemmed from action by Congress a couple years ago to label Huawei a national security threat amidst concerns they would use network hardware for spying purposes. Despite that incident and the potential stigma of being seen as a producer of cheap Chinese goods, Huawei is indicating they have plans to step up marketing and try to make a push into the U.S. market during 2015. Read more
The Mobile World Congress has started in Barcelona, and the pace is beginning to pick the closer we get to the HTC (watch it live here)and Samsung announcements. We’ve just seen Huawei unveil its very stylish Watch, its B2 and N1 TalkBands and now we have Huawei’s stylish 7-inch MediaPad X2 making an appearance. In its press release, Huawei called the MediaPad X2 the First Ultra Octa-core 4G LTE-enabled Dual-SIM Phablet. Join us after the break for the specifications and full press release. Read more
In addition to the Huawei Watch that was officially unwrapped at MWC 2015, Huawei announced two other wearable devices as part of their portfolio. The Huawei TalkBand B2 is the company’s second generation TalkBand product, combining activity tracking capabilities with Bluetooth headset capabilities. The Huawei TalkBand N1 is a Bluetooth headset for sports enthusiasts who love their music. Read more
We already knew Huawei was going to be announcing their new smartwatch at MWC 2015 from the greeting air travelers to the event received and the videos that were released a short while ago. The official announcement had the potential to be anti-climatic, but the official press shot of the device and details did not disappoint as the Huawei Watch appears to be a solid entrant into the market that should interest buyers looking for a nicely designed wearable. Read more
Tomorrow, Huawei will be one of the companies holding a press event at MWC 2015. Among the expected devices is the Huawei Watch that already exposed itself in Barcelona. Now, two promotional videos were posted on the company’s official YouTube account. The first video shows a man exploring a frigid and snowy environment with his Huawei Watch being a guide. The other involves Huawei employees providing insight to the Watch’s design. Both do highlight the elegance and technological prowess expected from the Huawei Watch.
Hit the break for the two videos.
This weekend will see the the arrival of new phones, tablets, wearables, and more as hardware manufacturers head out to Barcelona for MWC 2015. Spotted inside Barcelona Airport by incoming press members is the advertisement seen above. It shows an unannounced smartwatch belonging to Huawei promoted for everyone to see. That’s right, Huawei has exposed its own product prior to any sort of official announcement.