Huawei has a new smartphone and this time round, it is a pretty decent entry-level Honor 4A that packs modest specs, and an affordable price tag starting from 599Yuan – that’s about RM370.
Huawei seems to be busy registering its products in SIRIM’s database. Today, we spotted the MediaPad X2 there, not long after the Huawei MediaPad M2 appeared in the database as well. Chances are, Huawei is planning to launch these two devices in Malaysia soon.
Huawei MediaPad M2 Could be Launching in Malaysia Soon; Features All-Metal Body and Kirin 930 Processor
In the market for a premium 8-inch tablet? Then Huawei’s new MediaPad M2 tablet could be right up your alley. Powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 930 processor (the very same chipset found in the Huawei P8), this all-metal 7.8mm thin tablet has just been spotted in SIRIM’s database, suggesting that a Malaysian launch could be […]
The Huawei P8 Lite is now officially available in Malaysia for a retail price of RM899, but if you sign up for a contract with redONE, you can get it from as low as RM0.
Aside from unveiling the new Honor 7 smartphones, Huawei has also taken the opportunity to announce the brand new Honor Zero smartwatch. Built with a number of features that are common in smartwatches, it seems that Huawei has put a little bit more effort in terms of aesthetics when it designed the device.
Huawei announced the new Honor 7 smartphone, and it has chosen a novel way to promote its resilience. The manufacturer blew their latest flagship smartphone as part of the promotion; which is quite a refreshing departure from the usual underwater test that has been popular lately.
Alleged images of the Honor 7. More details of the upcoming Honor 7 have been leaked yet again ahead of its unveiling tomorrow. According to this latest rumour, the Honor 7 will supposedly come in more than one variant with a starting price of 1,999 Chinese yuan, which comes up to about RM1,200. In light of […]
The Huawei MediaPad T1 7.0. Huawei did not just launch the P8 and P8 Lite in Malaysia today. Announced alongside them are three new Android devices: the MediaPad T1 7.0 tablet, and the Y3 and Y5 smartphones, which are priced from as low as RM249.
The Huawei P8 is now finally available in Malaysia for a retail price of RM1,799, but you can get it from as low as RM438 when you sign up for a contract with Celcom’s postpaid plan.
Huawei has just launched two of its new smartphones in Malaysia: the P8, the company’s current flagship smartphone, and the P8 Lite, a slightly smaller and more affordable variant of the aforementioned device.
Honor has just released a teaser video of its upcoming smartphone, the Honor 7. In the video, we can see several glimpses of the phone, which revealed a few features of the device, such as a metal frame and a new button design.
In the market for a new Android smartphone? Then great news, the Honor 6 has received a pretty hefty price cut. Previously priced at RM1,059, it is now retailing at only RM899. The new price will take into effect tomorrow on the 4th of June at 3:08PM.
At the regional launch of the Huawei P8, Huawei announced that on top of just getting a device when you purchase the P8, you will also get VIP treatment such as one to one exchange, free delivery service and more.
Huawei has officially launched its latest flagship – Huawei P8, at the on-going CommunicAsia 2015 happening in Singapore. Along with the device, the Chinese company also launched its P8 Lite and TalkBand B2, all of which will be coming to Malaysia in June 2015.
If you’ve been waiting to see the price of the brand new Huawei P8, here it is. The preorder page of P8 on Vmall is now live, offering the device at RM1,799 with free accessories.
The pre-order for the Huawei P8 will begin next week, and Huawei has opened a registration of interest for its latest smartphone. The registration includes a bundle that will allow customers to receive a 30-percent discount on the purchase of a Huawei Talkband B2 as part of a bundle with the P8.
Huawei Marine has announced plans to build an undersea cable system to link Malaysia, Thailand, and Cambodia. The system will have a total design capacity of more than 30Tbps, and is intended to bring increased network bandwidth to the Southeast Asian region.
Google seems to have something interesting planned for its 2015 Nexus devices. A recent rumour circulating the Internet is indicating that there will be two Nexus smartphones made by LG and Huawei this year. Curiously, the rumour is also indicating that there will be no Nexus tablet for 2015.
You read the title correct all right. Huawei has just launched LiteOS, an operating system for the age of the Internet of Things that is only 10KB in size. According to the company, it wants to “provide the connections, not the devices” with LiteOS.