Huawei has been busy this week, announcing several new products and even dropping a device onto Newegg. Well, you can now add another smartphone to their ever-expanding roster with the Huawei Honor Holly which is gearing up to launch in India.
Huawei is a busy company, and we’ve talked about the Huawei Ascend Mate2 several times since it was released. The company has put out several handsets since that time, but the Ascend Mate2 can still hold its own against similar handsets and it’s just gone on sale for $300 on Newegg.
If you’re a techie that flips over specs, you’ve probably already read the new handsets coming our way with 64-bit mobile processors. Well, you can now add another phone to that expanding list as the Huawei Honor Play 4 has just been announced.
A lot of manufacturers are starting to turn towards 64-bit chips this year, and we expect to see a lot more of them in 2015. Huawei looks to be the latest company jumping on the 64-bit bandwagon, and one of their upcoming devices just got benchmarked and photographed.
We just told you about the newly announced Ascend Mate 7, but that’s not the only device Huawei is announcing at IFA. If you’re looking for something a little smaller, and a bit cheaper, the Huawei Ascend G7 may be just the thing for you.
Day two of IFA 2014 is underway, and Huawei is busy showing off its new wares to the world. The company has just made the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 official, and it has everything you’d want from a high-end flagship.
Metal. It’s the material everyone wants, but it’s something we usually don’t get on our new handsets. A new Huawei Ascend D3 leak shows the upcoming devices backside, and it’s definitely metal with an interesting cut out to boot.
It wasn’t long ago that we we’re talking about the Ascend Mate 2, and comparing it to devices like the Galaxy Note 3. The comparisons were mild as the Mate 2 could only hang with the Note in the display department. That may not be the case with the Huawei Ascend Mate 3, a handset that’s just shown up on a benchmarking site.
Huawei and Xiaomi are two names that are starting to come up more often in the West, and both companies continually crank out handsets in an attempt to outdo the other. Looks like its Huawei’s turn as they are holding an event next week on the same day Xiaomi is expected to unveil the Mi4.