Starting today, residents in the United States can pick up Huawei’s latest oversized smartphone, the Ascend Mate 2, in either black or white for $300 from third-party independent retailer, Newegg.
Huawei launched their high-end Honor 6 (also known as the Glory 6) back in June and are still rolling it out to other markets, but that hasn’t stopped them from announcing a successor in the form of the Glory 6 Extreme Edition. The main difference is the superior Huawei Kirin 928 octa-core processor clocked at 2GHz, trumping the original’s Kirin 920. This model also ships with a minimum of 32GB of internal storage, besting the original’s default 16GB, though both are expandable.
Huawei announced their Honor 6 smartphone back in June, and the device will finally available for purchase in India. The phone features the same specs that were shown off at the launch event, so you’re still getting a 1080p 5-inch display (with on-screen buttons!), an octo-core Kirin CPU, a 13 megapixel rear facing camera with a 5 megapixel front shooter, plus 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, and Android 4.4 with Huawei’s Emotion UI on top.
The device features a solid aluminum alloy frame and a 3,100 mAh battery, and it’s arguably one of the most well-designed phones Huawei has ever sold. If you’re interested, it will go on sale on Flipkart on October 6th for Rs. 19,999.
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Huawei has today taken the wraps off its Honor Tablet — an 8-inch slate with a ‘twist’. According to the Chinese manufacturer, the device has been designed to supersede your smartphone, therefore, you’re able to make and receive phone calls, send SMS text messages and browse the internet with this unit.
During IFA 2014, Huawei officially announced the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 smartphone. The phone comes with a 6-inch screen powered by Huawei’s own octa-core processor. Two variants of the device are being produced. The first is a 3GB of RAM version that comes with 32GB of internal storage. However, consumers that want to save a bit can get a 2GB of RAM version that only has 16GB of RAM installed. Huawei has started taking pre-orders for this second, lower-spec version through their virtual mall today.
Coming off IFA 2014 in Berlin and the announcement of the Ascend Mate 7, Huawei isn’t stopping its momentum. Today the company announced the China market bound Honor Play 4. The mid-range device sports a 720×1280 (720p) 5-inch screen, a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor with 1 GB of RAM. It also has 8 GB of internal storage. As far as cameras are concerned the Play 4 sports an 8MP rear shooter with a 2 MP front camera. The battery is removable and comes in at 2,000 mAh. It’s dual-SIM capable, has NFC and LTE onboard. The device costs 799 yuan (roughly $130). We have a gallery for you after the break. Enjoy.
After months of rumors, Huawei has finally officially announced the Ascend Mate 7. The Mate 7 boasts a 1080p, 6-inch screen with some extremely tiny bezels and some pretty decent specs.
The phablet is powered by Huawei’s own custom octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and an enormous 4100 mAh battery. You’ll get 16 GB of internal storage space plus a microSD card slot, a 13 megapixel rear shooter and 5 megapixel front camera, and the typical WiFi, Bluetooth, and other radios. Huawei also included a fingerprint scanner located on the back of the device.
Huawei’s much awaited Ascend Mate 7’s release is imminent, and looks to be happening this Thursday. To hold you over until then, some pictures of the device have been leaked showing the front and back of the 6-inch monster.
Earlier this month Huawei Device Chairman and Consumer BG CEO Yu Chengdong suggested a variant of the Huawei Ascend P7 equipped with a sapphire display could be on the way to market. This is part of the company’s intent to release “shocking products” that will push the boundaries of the market. That suggestions seems to have moved from suggestion to certainty after Yu posted a new image of the Ascend P7 on Chinese social site Weibo and indicated the company is adding a Sapphire line to their portfolio.
Aside from the addition of a Sapphire display to the device, no other information was shared indicating other hardware will change. Yu also did not say anything about pricing or a release date. However, Huawei may want to reveal the new variant at IFA 2014 next week when they can get a jump on other major industry players by being first to market with a sapphire display.