Huawei’s Mate 10 — or to be more specific, three different devices all bearing the name — is coming in just a month. So it’s not that surprising that we’re seeing an increasing amount of leaks about the series, though we still have very little info on the regular Mate 10, rather than its Pro and Lite siblings.
Huawei confirmed it will unveil its Mate series flagship on October 16, and promised that those who wait for its Mate 10 will not be disappointed. Rumor has it, Huawei will announce more devices next month derivative of the Mate 10.
Aside from the standard Mate 10, Huawei is expected to introduce two other smartphones, which haven’t been named yet. An improved version that could be launched as Huawei Mate 10 Pro has the codename Blanc, while the slightly less-powerful Mate 10 Lite (or whatever its name) is known as Alps.
The standard Huawei Mate 10 is only known by its codename …
Huawei Mate 10 is the next big thing for Android fans, and as far as we know, the flagship will be quite the beauty. Although it will be unveiled later than usual, Huawei promised the Mate 10 will worth the wait.
As many of you probably know by now, Huawei Mate 10 will be officially introduced on October 16. It’s unclear when exactly the phablet will go on sale, but Huawei will probably want to make it available as soon as possible.
Even though we know quite a lot of things about the Mate 10 specs sheet thanks to many of the leaks …
If you’re an active person obsessed by calories, biorhythm, heart rate and running altogether, then you’ll be happy to know that there’s another fitness band that can help you keep track of all your “obsessions.”
Unveiled two months ago, Huawei’s Band 2 Pro fitness tracker is now available for purchase in the United States for $69.99. The wearable device is sold by Amazon in three color variations: Black, Blue, and Red.
The fitness tracker features standalone GPS, 5ATM water resistance, continuous heart rate monitoring, …
Think of any device released in the past year or so that has one of those fancy new “bezel-less” designs — notice the one thing they all have in common? All of them — the Mi MIX, the G6, the S8, the Note 8, the V30, etc. — have the edges of their displays rounded off. This is a purely aesthetic choice (even though LG really wants you to think otherwise), and helps reduce the initial shock of the extra tall aspect ratio.
For a very long time, Samsung and Apple have ruled the smartphone industry, not necessarily through innovation, but through the constant high number of smartphones sold each year. However, it looks like other brands are closing in to dethrone the two from their leadership positions.
A new report from Counterpoint Research shows that Huawei is now the second world’s largest smartphone vendor in the world, having surpassed Apple thanks to strong June/July sales.
This is a significant milestone for Huawei, the largest Chinese smartphone brand with a growing …
Huawei itself teased us last month by showing off all of its handsets that featured a dual-camera setup. All of the models had already been released except for the one that had an October 16th unveiling date listed; this is the Huawei Mate 10. The excitement is building for the Mate 10, thanks to the home grown Kirin 970 SoC that will power the phone. Built using the 10nm process, the octa-core CPU utilizes the bigLITTLE architecture with four powerful Cortex-A73 cores and four Cortex-A53 cores to handle light housekeeping.
Besides supporting clock speeds up to 2.8GHz, the Mali-G71 …
In a surprising turn of events, Huawei has decided to remove all EMUI images for its smartphones from its official website. Usually, Huawei smartphone owners could download and flash ROM images from a dedicated website, which came in handy when new versions of EMUI would be uploaded by the Chinese company.
Now when you visit Huawei’s website that was hosting the download links, you are met with a message that informs you all EMUI images have been removed.
To deliver a more convenient and satisfactory update service, Huawei now only provides online updates …
One of the many smartwatches that were updated to Android Wear 2.0, Huawei Watch 2 Sport is now on sale on Amazon. The wearable device is offered along with US warranty to everyone who wishes a decent-looking smartwatch.
For a limited time, the Concrete Grey version of Huawei Watch 2 Sport costs just $194.99, which means customers will save no less than $105 (35%) when purchasing the smartwatch.
The Titanium Grey with Black Hybrid strap version of Huawei Watch 2 Classic is on sale as well, but you’ll only save $83 when you buy it. Even so, the smartwatch …
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