The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 has been spotted in benchmark testing, and may not be what some had hoped for. The mid-range score hints at a very capable device, but also could mean some lower-end specs than Android fans were hoping for.
Huawei is apparently preparing a new variant of its recently launched Huawei Ascend P6 and it's packing quite a punch, relatively speaking. The new Huawei P6S will be sporting an upgraded processor that almost doubles its predecessor's benchmark performance.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and no one is probably as desperate as Microsoft in getting its mobile platforms on more devices. And if one can't beat them, join them, as the Redmond tech giant has reportedly approached not just HTC but Samsung and Huawei as well to add its mobile Windows versions to their next batch of devices.
Benchmarks are the bread and butter not just of device reviews, but more importantly of fine-tuning and analyzing hardware performance to deliver the best user experience. It is no wonder, then, that device manufacturers are interested in creating benchmarking tools that will enable developers to more properly gauge the device and the platform, and to that end the MobileBench consortium was born.
In what could be reminiscent of laptop PCMCIA cards of old, Huawei has officially unveiled its UltraStick 3G option. The thin card will be a way for tablet manufacturers to use a single design for both WiFi-only and 3G-enabled devices.
Prepaid mobile service provider MetroPCS has just added the Huawei Valiant to its smartphone offerings. While the Android smartphone is nothing extraordinary, the budget price and freedom from contracts might be tempting to some consumers in the US.
As the Internet becomes more and more a staple of everyday life, the need for speed and wider bandwidths has become almost a matter of necessity. With the world beginning to adopt the current 4G network, the race for the next generation high-speed, high-bandwidth network is on, and Huawei plans on being at the forefront.
The Huawei Ascend P6 was inspired by beauty according to the Chinese company, and is currently holding the crown for the "world's thinnest smartphone" on the market coming in at just 6.18mm thin. Announced back in July we've had a few weeks to enjoy this sleek and unique device, test out the camera, and enjoy having a phone thinner than a pencil in our pocket. So read on for our full thoughts, impressions, and loads of pictures.
You probably have never heard of the smartphone manufacturer BBK, but they're a popular Chinese company that has been delivering some top-tier and cutting edge smartphones for quite some time. And coming this month they look to dethrone Huawei and their record-holding Ascend P6 smartphone of the "world's thinnest smartphone" title. BBK is aiming to launch their new Vivo X3 soon, and it makes phones like the Galaxy S4 or iPhone 5 look fat.