Huawei. This is their new flagship quad-core HD tablet, the MediaPad FHD. As the name implies, you have full 1920 x 1200 HD resolution on this 10-inch slate, rocking Huawei's own 1.4 GHz quad-core processor. Read on to see our initial thoughts and first impressions.
T-Mobile, at least if the latest leak from TmoNews is to be believed. A new roadmap is giving us possible release dates for a bunch of devices, including the LG Optimus L9. According to the roadmap, the Optimus L9 should be hitting T-Mobile's shelves on October 31, so if you're a T-Mobile customer who has been waiting to get their hands on an L9, you might not have much longer to wait before it becomes available.
Huawei made a big splash with their new Ascend D Quad smartphone. This being their own in-house quad-core processor that was set to take on the likes of NVIDIA, Qualcomm and more. Today we have the new and improved Ascend D Quad XL smartphone to quickly unbox and give everyone a good idea of what to expect. Have a peek below.
ZTE and Huawei were facing accusations of being a potential threat to US national security by the House Intelligence Committee. In a nutshell, the Committee said that both companies could potentially help the Chinese government spy on the US in a report that followed a year-long investigation. Naturally, ZTE and Huawei (along with China for that matter) didn't take too kindly to the allegations leveled in the report, and today ZTE is hitting back with a full statement in an attempt to clear its name.
ZTE and Huawei are getting some unwanted and rather negative attention from US lawmakers today in a new report from the House Intelligence Committee. The report, which is the product of an 11 month investigation, is claiming that the two companies could potentially allow the Chinese government to spy on the US. As if that accusation weren't bad enough, these lawmakers are also urging US businesses to avoiding using hardware sold by either company, and recommends that mergers or acquisitions involving ZTE or Huawei be blocked by the US.
Huawei and their new flagship smartphone is finally ready to grace consumers hands. They've teased their upcoming quad-core powered Ascend D1 Quad more than a few times, but starting later this month it will finally be available to consumers. After making a splash at Mobile World Congress then getting delayed -- it's finally seeing the light of day.
Huawei was busy making announcements about upcoming smartphones and tablets, and right now we have the best one of them all. It's called the MediaPad 10 FHD and we've talked about it before. It was originally announced back in February and currently available in China. This full 1080p HD tablet rocks a quad-core and Ice Cream Sandwich. Oh and has a keyboard dock like the Transformer series too.
Huawei just made a large set of announcements today to go along with a few product releases in Berlin, Germany, for IFA 2012. One being their brand new smartphone to grace their popular and growing Ascend line. Meet the Ascend G600 with its large 4.5-inch IPS display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Springboard here in the U.S. you're about to get an update. Today the folks from T-Mobile have announced they'll be pushing out a software upgrade for the Springboard bringing it to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.