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.
HiSilicon has launched its new high-end mobile processor (or SoC) known as the Kirin 990 at IFA in Berlin.
Apple’s AirPods are essentially a pair of Bluetooth headphones, and as such, they can be used with any device that supports Bluetooth connectivity. However, Apple has baked some features into it that make it a delight to use with an iOS device, such as faster pairing, being able to check battery levels, and more.
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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 […]
The Huawei Mate X was officially launched earlier this year, but its release was delayed where it was originally expected to arrive in September. However, it seems that the Mate X could be further delayed because during a recent press event held in Huawei’s Shenzhen headquarters, the company alluded that the Mate X could be delayed until November.
Many assumed that Huawei would be in huge, huge trouble following the ban from the US in which the company would no longer be allowed to do business with US companies. This was a huge deal when you consider the fact that Huawei sources many components and software from US based companies.
Google has a couple of smart speakers under its belt in the form of the Google Home series. However, it seems that Google had another smart speaker in the works that they were allegedly developing together with Huawei, but it seems that those plans have since been scrapped following Huawei being placed on the US Entity List.
Huawei is one of the few Android OEMs that have unveiled 5G smartphones this year. The company will now be releasing its first 5G smartphone next month. The Huawei Mate 20 X has already made its debut in the United Kingdom and it will now be going on sale in the company’s home country of China.
Earlier this year, Huawei announced the Mate X foldable phone, the company’s answer to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. However, the handset was delayed in June where Huawei announced that they would be performing additional tests on the handset to ensure that they do not experience the same build quality issues that Samsung did with its Galaxy Fold.
Just like Samsung and Apple, Huawei makes its own chipsets. These Kirin chipsets can be found in quite a few Huawei handsets, although the company uses Qualcomm’s chipsets from time to time as well. However, moving forwards, the company is expected to use more of its Kirin chipsets in future devices.
There have been rumors that Apple is planning on launching a new series of laptops with a 16-inch display. To date, 15-inch seems to be the standard, save for some gaming laptops that have opted for larger 17-inch displays, so a 16-inch laptop could occupy a rather niche space for those who want a larger screen but don’t want to lose portability.
It has been a few months since Huawei showed off the Mate X, its first foldable smartphone. With Samsung delaying the launch of the Galaxy Fold, Huawei also decided to delay the release until September to ensure that its product didn’t run into any problems at launch. With September only a few weeks away, new information has surfaced about this hotly anticipated device.
The U.S. administration said recently that it would ease restrictions on Huawei as the United States and China try to find a way forward from the ongoing trade dispute. According to a new report, the administration may allow companies in the United States to conduct business with Huawei once again within two to four weeks.
As many of you might have heard by now, Huawei is expected to develop its own alternative to Google’s Android operating system. This is in response to the US government who had previously put Huawei on its Entity List, ultimately preventing the company from doing business with US companies such as Google.