If you’re a (former) Warcraft (or Starcraft) player, you probably know what “Samsung Gosu” means. Gosu is a Korean term used by hardcore keyboard warriors with regard to a highly skilled player which dominates the game. And speaking about dominating the “game”, the Korean tech giant Samsung managed to ship over 80 million smartphones in the second quarter of 2016, dominating (as in “pwning) “the big game” authoritatively.
The Huawei Honor Note 8 is a gigantic smartphone with a mammoth 6.6 inches wide display (something between a phablet and a regular tablet) and today’s piece of news is that it will be officially unveiled on August 1st in China during a special event.
We recently learned a new contender was headed stateside from Huawei next month. Just in case you needed further proof, the device known as the Huawei Honor 8 has rolled through the FCC in the U.S.
If you remember that old hubbub from 2012, i.e. the suits and counter-suits between Apple and Samsung, today’s piece of news will make you smile, as Samsung just took Huawei to court over a claimed patent infringement.
It seems like we don’t go more than a few days without covering something from Huawei or in this case, their Honor series. The Huawei Honor EDI-AL10 has just passed through the gates of TENAA, and we’re here to tell you what you can expect from this very interesting smartphone.
Just yesterday, we told you about a new smartphone headed for the U.S. with the ZTE Blade A910. Huawei also has one ready to hit the streets in the Huawei H1611, which has just passed through FCC certification as well.
The latest Huawei Honor 8 was announced in China just a few days ago and we’ve just found out that it will also become available for US customers one month from now, give or take.
We may be halfway through the calendar year, but there are still plenty of high-powered handsets headed our way. The Huawei Honor 8 is one of them, and we are pleased to announce the device is official with a solid price tag that starts at $299.
There were reports of a brand new phone that Huawei was about to release on July 14th. The invitations to the event showcased the device that looked an awful lot like the Mate 8, but didn’t have anything about its hardware capabilities. The phone is called Huawei Maimang 5 and it has just passed through Chinese Telecom Authority, TENAA, and we’ve got most of the hardware specs of the phone now. The phone is targeted towards the younger crowd, or at least that is what the slogan says.
The brand new Chinese flagship Huawei V8 Max just became official and it’s nothing short (pun intended) of a gentle giant. This interesting device which pushes the boundaries between a phablet and a regular tablet was certified by the Chinese regulator TENAA boasting a huge 6.6 inches wide display and a humongous laptop-sized 4400 mAh battery