Huawei is a brand that many of us are familiar with when it comes to smartphones, and to a certain extent, Honor as well who used to be under Huawei’s banner. However, the company has since been split off from Huawei and it looks like they wasted no time in launching their first smartphone – the Honor View40 5G.
Already launched in China, the two most recent Honor devices, a laptop and smart band, are re-launched for the rest of the world at CES 2021. These are the first product announcements since the brand has been sold to Chinese investors and will be separated from Huawei, its original parent family.Honor MagicBook ProThe 16.1-inch Honor MagicBook Pro laptop is absolutely exciting, as it is a $1000 computer that seems designed […]
Most computers these days are powered by Intel’s processors, but AMD’s Ryzen series has been gaining in popularity in the past few years, so it doesn’t come as a surprise to see more computer makers turn to AMD. Honor is such a company as they have officially unveiled their latest laptop, the Honor MagicBook Pro 16 that is powered by AMD’s Ryzen 5 CPU.
One of the symptoms to show that you might have contracted the COVID-19 virus is a fever. Of course, a fever could mean a lot of other things, but these days, it’s always good to check. Now thanks to a rather clever idea by Honor, they have decided that with its Honor Play 4 smartphone, they will be baking a body temperature sensor into the phone itself.
Huawei recently announced a refresh to its MateBook X Pro laptops. These are designed to be high-end laptops, but in case you don’t have the need for such a laptop and would like to save yourself some money, not to worry because Honor (a sub-brand under Huawei) has since announced their own lineup of affordable laptops.
Honor has come up with a new lineup of the View30 series. The View30 and View30 Pro are Honor’s first dual-mode 5G smartphones.Both smartphones have a lot in common – of course, with some add-ons for the Pro version.The smartphones will be powered up by Kirin 990 AI chipset coupled with 8 Gigs of RAM. You will get the storage options as 128 GB / 256 GB.They sport a 6.57-inch […]
Ubergizmo’s Best of IFA AwardsEditor's Pick
IFA is officially going on until Sept 11, but if you haven’t had time to follow all the IFA news, our Best of IFA 2019 is what we want you to take away from this show. These are the products that caught our attention for their quality, novelty, usefulness, or daringness.
Honor demonstrated its Honor Vision Smart TV at IFA 2019, which is a first for two reasons. First, it’s Honor/Huawei first television, and secondly, it is the first device to use HarmonyOS (codenamed HongMeng), Huawei’s proprietary cross-device operating system that may become an Android alternative someday, although it’s not the preferred option.
Honor 20 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
Key Camera Specifications and Uber-G Camera HW Score Rear Camera System (4 cameras) Primary: 26mm 48-MP f/1.4 wide (Primary) +OIS Zoom: 78mm 8-MP f/2.4 zoom +OIS Ultrawide: 17mm 16-MP f/2.2 ultrawide Macro: 27mm 2-MP f/2.4 wide The technical specifications show a rear camera system which is inspired by the work done on the Mate 20 Pro (the best mobile camera of 2018), but redesigned around new components, especially the 48 […]
Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 Just Launched in LondonEditor's Pick
At an event in London, Honor just launched two new Android smartphones aimed at the “Premium” market ($450-$600), the Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 handsets. The brand has been doing very well in that market for the past 2-3 years, taking share away from competitors.
Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro TeaserEditor's Pick
Honor, a Huawei subsidiary, is teasing upcoming Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro handsets, after launching the Honor 20 Lite earlier this month. Although they share the “Honor 20” name, they likely address different market segments and have very different performance characteristics.
Honor View 20 Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
The Honor View 20 was the first phone to launch in December with the new Sony 48-Megapixel IMX586 camera sensor, which includes the Quad-Bayer technology.
Huawei will soon be jumping on the 5G bandwagon as well with a flagship smartphone and its sub-brand Honor has 5G ambitions of its own. The company has revealed that it’s going to release a smartphone in the second half of this year which will be able to take advantage of the next-generation mobile networks.
Honor View 20 ReviewEditor's Pick
The Honor View 20 brings incredible value and performance for photo lovers and gamers but watch out for the price in your market
Ubergizmo's Best of CES 2019Editor's Pick
Goodbye CES 2019, this was Ubergizmo’s 14th CES! It was difficult to navigate the avalanche of new products and technologies announced there. Including the pre-show work, it took out a huge chunk of December and all of the Holidays, but the chips have fallen, and here are the best products and technologies we’ve seen at CES 2019, in no particular order!
We were in Hong Kong as Honor announced the Honor View 20, the successor to last year’s Honor View 10 phone. The Honor View 20 will feature a full-display design with a punch-hole for the selfie camera, while the rear camera gets a new Sony 48-megapixel image sensor.
If notches were the big trend in the smartphone market this year, it seems like the camera hole will have all the hype in 2019. Four different companies have already teased new smartphones with a hole in the display for the front camera and we can only expect this number to grow. Honor is the latest company to suggest that it has a smartphone with a camera cutout in the […]
Honor teased its new device a couple of months ago. It gave us a peek of how it’s going to ditch the notch. Honor’s solution involves a slider that houses the components that you would find on the notch. The Honor Magic 2 has now been officially launched today. It comes with a grand total of six cameras.
Honor, a sub-brand by Huawei, is due to launch the Honor Magic 2 smartphone on October 31st. That may not be the only device it unveils that day. It appears that the company will also be unveiling a new Honor smartwatch on October 31st. A teaser of this smartwatch has surfaced on Chinese social media network Weibo.
The Honor 8X is an affordable phone with a 6.5-inch full-screen design that looks like a high-end smartphone. When you hold it in, the phone doesn’t feel cheap, and many people would be surprised to learn how much it actually costs.