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Huawei Ascend Mate 7S to be unveiled at IFA next month

Nothing is certain yet about the specs of the latest mystery flagship phone from Huawei but we're almost certain of its launch during the upcoming IFA 2015 in Berlin this September 2. An invitation was recently spotted and we're excited to see what the new Huawei phone will be. Aside from the Huawei Watch, Huawei Nexus, Huawei Honor phone, and the Huawei Ascend Mate 8, we're also anticipating for what's believed to be the Ascend Mate 7 Plus or the Ascend Mate 7s.

Huawei Watch apparently just “round the corner”

The clock has been ticking now for almost 6 months ever since Huawei announced its first Android Wear smartwatch back in March during the Mobile World Congress. But since then, we haven’t seen any indication as to when the round-faced will actually come out in the market and also how much it will retail for. However, it looks like it might be coming soon as a sign-up page has been announced on their website, although it is just for people who are interested in updates about their first wearable.

Possible Huawei Mate 7 Plus or Mini hits AnTuTu benchmark

Huawei is expected to release a new phone at the upcoming IFA event next month. A lot of companies are set to unveil new products and devices in Berlin this September and Huawei is one of those many brands getting busy with preparation. Last week, a video of the purported new Nexus device was leaked. Over the weekend, a new image was sighted of what's believed to be the yet-to-be-unveiled Huawei Mate 7 mini or the Huawei Mate 7 Plus.

Video of supposed new Nexus device from Huawei leaked

While Google hasn’t confirmed yet that the new Nexus device will indeed be manufactured by Chinese brand Huawei, a 10-second blurry video has been leaked and purportedly, it is the rumored smartphone. While the video is too short and unclear to learn specific details about the supposedly upcoming smartphone, we did learn a few more things about it, including what looks like a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device.

Xiaomi regains top smartphone position in China; Huawei a close 2nd 

The Chinese smartphone market is truly a different animal from almost the rest of the world as their local OEMs dominate both sales and shipments. According to figures by Canalys, Xiaomi has regained the top ranking, taking over from Apple which was first the previous quarter. In fact, one of three phones shipped in China were either from Huwaei or from Xiaomi, which is now in second place. Apple falls to 3rd, while Samsung and Vivo round up the top five.
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