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Huawei launches Honor 7 smartphone, unibody metal design

More and more China-based manufacturers are getting on the budget flagship niche, also known as the upper mid-range market. Truth be told, Chinese manufacturers seem well-placed to provide these kinds of devices – with robust specs at a very aggressive price point. Huawei’s recent announcement of the Honor 7 smartphone is evidence of this, a premium-looking phone for a lower price.

Huawei working on another Nexus as Google plans to be bigger in China

We will only believe an information if a company has made an official announcement. Even a teaser will make us believe that something new is coming as long as it is from the brand itself. However, any news even from an employee is considered a rumor. And so this idea that Huawei has already confirmed that it's working with Google to release the next Nexus--still a rumor.

Huawei Honor 7 to launch this June 30 with fingerprint sensor

We're only waiting for Huawei to finally reveal the Honor 7 which was recently leaked by TENAA. We've previously seen a teaser that the new smartphone from the Chinese company will come with a fingerprint scanner. We earlier expected a June 8 launch but sadly, still no Honor 7 in sight. But recently, a new teaser was released and now with June 30 as the reveal data.

TENAA leaks Huawei Honor 7 with fingerprint scanner

June 8 is still a few days away and that is when Huawei is expected to announce their new smartphone, which will most probably be the Honor 7. A lot of rumors and speculation have been floating about this new device. But documents released on China's TENAA certification website has somehow confirmed some rumors that have been floating around, which includes the metal build and a fingerprint sensor, one of the first aside from Apple and Samsung to have this tech on their device.

Huawei P8 lite shows a new way to buy unlocked in the US

Not all smartphone manufacturers are able to strike it big in the US. One of the biggest obstacles is actually getting the devices into the hands of consumers, who mostly still prefer the convenience, if not the safety net, of their carriers. And carriers are not so willing to take just any brand or model under their care, unless they're sure it's a big one. Huawei, however, has a plan. It's launching its latest "mini flagship", the P8 lite, in the US market, but it's offering the benefits of a carrier purchase, without the carrier.

Huawei Talkband B2 parties with Jawbone UP for US launch

The P8 lite, with its interesting anti-subsidy strategy, isn't the only Huawei product that's coming to the US this week. Introduced last March at MWC 2015, the Talkband B2 wearable is finally taking flesh. But arriving in the US isn't it's only pleasant surprise. Huawei is revealing that its fitness tracker will be compatible with Jawbone's UP platform, allowing wearers to keep full track of their activities, their sleep quality, and everything else that they need to know to keep up with a healthy lifestyle.

Huawei finally testing out Lollipop for Ascend Mate2

We love that the smaller China-based and Asia-based manufacturers have stepped up in a really big way to challenge the smartphone and tablet hegemony of the bigger established companies like Samsung, Apple, LG, Sony, HTC and others. But a smaller company usually (we say “usually”, not all the time, don’t kill us) means slower software development, and that has been true to an outfit like Huawei and their quest to bring Android Lollipop to their devices. But there is good news.

Google to launch two Nexus phones but no tablet this 2015

We've been saying that Google might release two new Nexus phones simultaneously but we're silent about the next Nexus tablet. Truth is, we haven't heard any information yet and looks like we know the reason why: there will be no Nexus tablet this year. After Huawei was tipped to be manufacturing the next Nexus phone, LG was soon rumored to be making another Nexus phone. We're expecting two units this year and we'd probably hear about them at the upcoming Google I/O conference.

Last chance to join the Huawei Watch Giveaway [DEALS]

With all the focus on the big players in the smartwatch industry, it might be too easy to forget the relatively smaller players that have products that are just as interesting, sometimes even better. The Huawei Watch didn't exactly make a big splash, but we found out for ourselves that it was a little hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. And now you can discover that yourself, for free even, if you get to be the lucky one in this Huawei Watch Giveaway that is quickly coming to a close.

Power your mobile devices with Huawei’s 13000 mAh powerbank

The batteries of our tablets and smartphones are constantly being tested by our constant use and by the numerous apps that keep appearing in the market. That's why one of the must-haves for anyone who owns a gadget and who's constantly on the move, is an external battery, a battery case or a powerbank. One of the newest ones in the market (well, at least the Indian market) is from Huawei, and it just might be the one with the biggest capacity in the market.
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