Huawei’s presence at MWC 2015 was exceptionally large. In addition to its consumer-oriented products booth, the Chinese company had another massive area in another hall for Huawei guests and business partners. While we were not allowed to enter the invited guests-only hall, we did find plenty of interesting products at the consumer booth. Notably, we […]
The Honor 4X has been teased by Honor Malaysia on its Facebook page, indicating that the smartphone will be arriving in Malaysia very soon. This mid-range smartphone from Huawei’s sub-brand could just give other budget smartphones a run for their money with its respectable specifications and affordable price tag.
Previously, we have written that the Huawei Watch could possibly go for as high as RM3,655, which, needless to say, is an extremely high price to pay. Fortunately, prices revealed by a German online retailer have given us a more modest price range, which starts from 349 Euro (approximately RM1,365).
Image based on previous leak If you were wondering why Huawei did not announced the much rumoured Huawei P8 during MWC 2015, that’s because they want to launch it in their very own event of course. The Chinese company recently teased something on its Weibo page, with the number 8, and something about the battery.
In the latest rumour surrounding the next Nexus smartphone (or in this case, smartphones), Huawei and LG will apparently be manufacturing a Nexus device of their own, giving consumers the choice of two different Nexus smartphones. Turns out our previous post regarding a Chinese manufacturer building a Nexus smartphone has some truth to it.
The Huawei Watch is arguably one of the best-looking Android Wear device that has been unveiled. However, if this rumour is any indication of its retail price, even its good looks will not justify such a massive price tag. According to a source, the Huawei Watch will allegedly cost a whopping US$1000 (about RM3,655).
On top of new wearables and an Android Wear-powered smartwatch, Huawei also announced two new mobile devices – the 7” MediaPad X2 tablet, and an LTE-enabled entry-level smartphone, the Y635.
Huawei has officially unveiled its first Android Wear device, the Huawei Watch. After most of its specifications have been leaked earlier, more details of the device have been announced. Among the things that are now confirmed is a 1.4-inch 400 x 400 AMOLED display and a “scratch-proof” sapphire crystal lens.
The next generation of Huawei TalkBand smartband, the TalkBand B2, has been revealed at MWC 2015. It looks nothing like its colourful predecessor, instead choosing a more blockish design and duller colours. All that means it looks more like a regular watch that people can wear all the time.
Huawei has revealed the TalkBand N1, a set of wireless earphones that also function as a media player and fitness tracker. The wireless capabilities allow it to travel with the user without the need for a smartphone, although it does have limitations when not paired with a proper device.
Huawei, out of all manufacturers, could have designed the best-looking Android Wear device yet. Dubbed the Huawei Watch, the new device has been leaked in a series of videos ahead of its likely official unveiling at MWC 2015 later today. It has also been spotted in an advertisement at Barcelona’s El Prat airport.
Mobile World Congress 2015 is just around the corner but Huawei has already made a pretty exciting announcement at its event in London – a 4.5G smartband. Claimed as the first LTE-M wearable, the smartband sports an LTE-M chip capable of speeds up to 1Gbps.
Maxis is now offering the gold-coloured version of the Huawei Mate 7 from as low as RM599 when you sign up for a contract from the telco. Retailing at RM1,999, the variant of the Mate 7 offered by Maxis is the premium version that comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Huawei is apparently working on an Android Wear smartwatch and have confirmed that it is due for release this year with an official announcement due at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. The company currently has the Talkband B1 as its only wearable, and is looking to expand the range in 2015.
After opening an online store and multiple flagship stores last year, Huawei Malaysia kicks off 2015 by unveiling its first exclusive service centre here in Kuala Lumpur. In addition to that, the company has also announced several additional initiatives in its effort to strengthen its aftersales services in our market.
Last night was a big night for Huawei’s sub-brand Honor as not only it is celebrating its first anniversary as a separate entity but also the launch of several new products under its wing. We have discussed two of them – the Honor 6 Plus and Honor Box – earlier today, so now it is […]
Apart from launching Honor 6 Plus and the octa-core variant of Honor 4X (more on that later), there is one more new Honor product that Huawei has launched earlier today. It is not a smartphone though but instead, it is a streaming media box called the Honor Box.
U Mobile has signed a deal with ZTE and Huawei to further improve its network coverage. This is the first of many upcoming plans by U Mobile to be on par with the leading players in the industry by the end of 2015.
The WiFi only variant of the Huawei Honor Tablet has appeared in Malaysia on the local version of Huawei’s official online store. It is being sold for RM100 less than the 3G version of the tablet, although that is to be expected. However, it also has half as much internal storage.