Chinese mobile maker Huawei has confirmed a new addition to its Android family: the Ascend P2. The P2 is the sequel to last year’s relatively mid-range P1 but puts more power under the hood — with a quad-core 1.5GHz chip — and pairs that power with a more modestly sized screen (4.7 inches) than the pair of phablets Huawei unboxed at CES. → Read More
Neither LG’s nor AT&T’s pre-CES conferences had much to show off in the way of smartphone hardware, but Huawei has just changed all that here at its press event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. The Chinese company finally put weeks of speculation (not to mention a slew of leaks) to rest with the official announcement of the Huawei Ascend Mate and Ascend D2 — a pair of Android… → Read More
Huawei has its sights set on the US market. The Chinese manufacturer aims to be within the US’ top 5 mobile phone companies within the three years. In order to reach that goal the company needs some impressive hardware — and marketing. The Huawei Ascend D Quad is a fine entry into the smartphone race and now, with the MediaPad 10 FHD, Huawei has a legitimate tablet as well. → Read More
Never mind that this is clearly an ad agency video; it’s clever. And smart. After all Huawei has big plans for the U.S. market.
“We’re not known to the general public,” James Jiang, vice president of product and marketing for Huawei, said at CTIA last October. “We’re taking the initiative to build a name for us.” The Chinese mobile company is a major supplier of white label cell phones with a… → Read More
After hearing that Huawei had revealed “the world’s fastest smartphone” in the form of the Ascend D Quad, we knew we had to seek it out. Well, we finally managed to score a little hands-on time with the Chinese company’s newest device, and we didn’t come away disappointed. → Read More
Need a 7-inch Android 3.2 tablet with a 1.2GHz processor? Probably, but I doubt this is the droid you’re looking for. This is the MediaPad, a smallish, horribly advertised tablet from Huawei that, for some reason, caused quite a stir last week. The device has no pricing and it doesn’t look like there will be a Wi-Fi-only model forthcoming, so we shall see how exciting this thing is… → Read More