Huawei already had a foldable smartphone last year – the Mate X, which was pretty impressive.Even though you may not be able to get one for yourself now, Huawei has announced a successor to it – the Mate Xs.It may not be a complete overhaul but a refined version of Huawei Mate X.To start with, it features the powerful Kirin 990 5G SoC coupled with 8 Gigs of RAM. Keeping […]
Are foldable phones the next big thing in smartphone design? Will foldable phones represent the new standard of smartphones moving forwards? That’s hard to say, but it seems over at Strategy Analytics, the company’s analysts are pretty optimistic about foldable phones, especially over the next five years.
With the US government seemingly not wanting anything to do with Huawei and its 5G equipment and technology, this means that they will need to look for other companies to fill that void. In fact, according to US Attorney General William Barr, he has floated the idea that the US government should invest in a stake in other companies in the 5G race.
Just because of the US/China trade war, Huawei was banned from using Google’s apps/services on its smartphones.It is almost more than a year now to that announcement. Even though things seem to be settling down. Huawei seems to have a different plan.Huawei, in response to an Australian newspaper Der Standard said that they will not return to use Google’s services even if the trade ban lifts.And, you might have already […]
As some of you know, Huawei is currently on the US government’s Entity List. As such, US companies such as Google have been banned from doing business with Huawei. It also prevents Huawei from accessing certain features and services that they relied on in the past, one of which is Google Maps.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has technical specifications that make heads turn, so we were excited to make it go through our Uber-G Camera IQ image quality analysis to see how it stacks up against the iPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy Note 10 and others.
It is widely expected that Huawei will be announcing their new flagship handsets in 2020, but we did not really know when. However, the company has since confirmed that come March 2020, they will be officially unveiling their next flagship smartphones, the Huawei P40 series, in Paris.
Back in 2018, YouTuber MKBHD decided to run a blind smartphone camera test in which he pitted a variety of phones released in 2018 against each other, where users would then vote on social media which is their favorite photo. The results were very surprising in which the budget (but flagship) Pocophone F1 nearly walked away the winner.
Come early 2020, it is expected that Huawei will be taking the wraps off its next flagship smartphone, the Huawei P40 and the P40 Pro. That being said, given that we’re nearly towards the end of the year, it also means that it is ripe for the rumor mills to start churning out P40-related rumors and leaks.
In recent years, a company by the name of Devialet has made a name for itself with a futuristic-looking speaker in the form of the Devialet Phantom. The speaker, known for its unique design, also boasts the ability to produce sound that would otherwise cost customers thousands of dollars to replicate, which is truly impressive considering its overall size.
As some of you might have heard, Huawei is currently placed on the US government’s Entity List. Companies that have been placed on this list are basically banned from doing business with US companies. This clearly puts Huawei in a bind as they do rely on hardware and software in its various products and services that are made by companies in the US.
As many of you might have heard by now, Huawei has been banned from doing business with companies in the US. However, a few months ago, the US government announced that they would be softening their stance and while Huawei will continue to remain on the government’s Entity List, they will be granted exemptions.
As it stands, the US government has banned Huawei from supplying equipment for its 5G networks. They have also called upon their allies to do the same, where they cite national security concerns where there is the fear that somehow, Huawei’s equipment could allow China backdoor access.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold has been released to mixed reviews, where there are some who praise its foldable display tech, which is impressive, but at the same time its overall design does leave a lot to be desired. Will Huawei fare better? The semi-good news is that we should be able to find out soon enough.