Huawei’s network equipment business appears to be in a bit of pickle these days. Amid growing concerns that the equipment may allow the Chinese government to carry out spying operations, mobile carriers in a couple of countries have decided against sourcing them from Huawei. A new report claims that Japan’s SoftBank is now considering replacing the Huawei equipment on its network.
Huawei is done with its flagship product launches for 2018 and many of its fans are now looking forward to the upcoming models of its P series. There haven’t been a lot of rumors about these devices just yet. A source in the know suggests that the Huawei P30 Pro is going to have a curved OLED display with a notch.
Huawei could be thinking about entering the smart TV market if a new trademark filing is to be believed. The company has filed to protect the “Huawei AI Window” term. The trademark description mentions that it may be used for smart TVs and LCD panels. Earlier reports have suggested that Huawei may launch a new smart TV under its Honor sub-brand.
Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro is one powerful handset based on our reviews, and a recent blind smartphone camera test saw it beat out the competition which included Apple’s iPhones. So the question is, with all these accolades and power under the hood, will it beat the iPhone Xs Max in a speed test?
As some might have heard by now, countries around the world are slowly starting to decide that they don’t want to use Huawei or ZTE’s communications equipment anymore, with concerns over alleged spying due to Huawei’s ties with the Chinese government. These decisions are no doubt helped along in part by the US government who has been trying to convince their allies to follow in their footsteps.
Huawei and ZTE, at least before they started to become known for their smartphones, would supply many a communications device to companies around the world. For example there mobile hotspot dongles sold by carriers around the world would be made by Huawei, so safe to say that in addition to smartphones, such as behind-the-scenes communications tools are a core of their businesses.
Several smartphone manufacturers will soon be launching new smartphones with a unique kind of display. There will be a hole in the panel itself for the front camera. This would eliminate the need for a notch and all these manufacturers to really push the display to the very edges on these devices. Huawei is due to launch its device on December 17th and some photos of that phone, the Huawei […]
When you think of smartphone cameras that are supposed to be good, you might think of brands such as Apple, Samsung, Huawei, and more recently even Google is giving these companies a run for their money. This means that in theory in a blind test, it should be pretty clear who the winners are, right?
Reading for most of us isn’t much of an issue, but when it comes to those who are deaf or hearing impaired, especially if they are only kids, then it can pose a challenge as parents or teachers might not necessarily know sign language well enough to convey information on a page to the child in question.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a fantastic phone that pushes the limit where it matters: amazing battery, advanced camera, performance, and display. The overall package is nothing short of an exceptional handset.
Many companies run bug bounty programs to incentive ethical hackers to try and find vulnerabilities in their products. This allows the companies a chance to find out about those vulnerabilities and patch them before they’re used by hackers. Security researchers and ethical hackers also stand to receive payouts for their disclosures. Huawei has now launched a Vulnerability Reward Program which will provide payouts of over $140,000 for serious disclosures.
Samsung isn’t the only company that will soon launch a smartphone with a new kind of display. We are used to seeing notched displays now. They’re the little islands, for lack of a better word, at the top of the display where the front camera and other sensors are housed. The camera hole in display finds a way around the notch. The Nova 4 will be Huawei’s first smartphone with […]
Samsung revealed the four new kinds of display technologies it has been working on at its recent developers’ conference. The Infinity-O display is one such technology. It places the front camera in a hole that’s drilled in the display area itself and thus eliminates the need for a notch. It’s unclear when Samsung will use this panel for a smartphone but recent reports have suggested that Huawei has a similar […]
Huawei’s networking equipment is not welcomed in the United States. The administration has already banned its use and it’s reportedly even calling on the nation’s allies to not use Huawei’s equipment. It’s of the view that the company’s products enable the Chinese spy agencies to snoop on foreign targets. New Zealand appears to harbor similar concerns.