Huawei have finally unveiled the much anticipated Huawei P9 and P9 Plus, created in collaboration with Leica; the dual-lens P9 sets a new standard in smartphone photography.
The Huawei Mate 8 is a big, powerful and very efficient device for those who are on the market for those things combined without a compromised design. When you bring in battery life into the equation of a slim, Android and a device that is capable of running processor intensive apps, you’ll have a bulky device in mind, but no, Huawei have managed to give us a device we actually want, with tiny little qualms here and there. The size of the Mate 8 means it’s not for everyone, but there are some features on there also that makes is very easy to use one handed or even dual screen when you need to. How well did it perform? Read on to found out more about our review:
The Huawei Watch is designed to be part of your look, and part of your life. It pairs with any Android phone and it’s also one of the first watches powered by Android Wear to work with iPhone.
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The Huawei P8max builds on the beauty of the P8 design and features a larger 6.8-inch screen, longer battery life and a unique camera with light tracing for any environment. It also inherits the elegant ID design and extraordinary light painting capabilities of the P series devices. Together, these features deliver more fun to consumers through Huawei’s new large screen smartphones.
Today, Huawei unveiled the Huawei P8 smartphone, a perfect blend of technology, sleek styling, usability and revolutionary low light camera features. The Huawei P8 is the culmination of the P series’ rich heritage of style and functionality, and is once again redefining the smartphone market with easy-to-use features that amaze and inspire consumers.
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The Huawei Ascend P7 is finally here, after a few months of leaks and rumors,…