The honor 8 pro is one of the most affordable flagship phablets you can get for under RM2,000. It packs a huge 2K screen and it comes with a large 4,000mAh battery. When it comes to its software longevity, you’ll be happy to know that it will be getting the next version of Android.
If there’s one thing people like more than getting new smartphones/gadgets/toys, it’s finding out that their smartphone/gadget/toy is better than everyone else’s. It’s human nature, or maybe just our egos, but the desire to turn everything into a stick measuring contest has been in our blood for generations.
Well, if one of the sticks you want to measure is your flagship smartphone’s camera performance, this article is for you. You seemed to love our last camera comparison, so we’re doing it again, only this time there’s a twist.
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After the launch of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the next flagship to look forward to is Huawei with its upcoming Mate 10 series. Like the current crop of flagship smartphones, it will feature an all screen display and Huawei believes it is the device worth waiting for.
With about a month away to its official unveiling, a clear photo of the Huawei Mate 10 has surfaced online thanks to a tip to @evleaks.
In China, it’s going to be called the Mai Mang 6 and it will be unveiled this coming Friday, 22 September. Shortly after that, Huawei Malaysia is launching the nova 2i on the following week. Are these two phones the same? Here’s a closer look at what the Nova 2i might look like.
Taking its photography game up a notch, Huawei will be unveiling its Nova 2i smartphone that comes with not one but two sets of dual-cameras. We just received the invite and the Malaysian launch is happening on 26 September 2017.
While everyone’s aboard the hype train for Apple‘s new iPhones, Huawei‘s big flagship Mate 10 announcement is also just around the corner. If you’re wondering why anyone should give a damn, it’s because the company’s device chief says that it would trump Apple’s handset.
Whether that ends up being true or not remains to be seen. However, thanks to the magic of 3D renders, we could have a clear look at what the Mate 10 will look like when it does launch.
Huawei has finally uncovered its new Kirin 970 chipset that will be powering their upcoming Mate 10 flagship. The Kirin 970 is not only faster and more efficient, but it’s also the world’s first mobile AI computing platform that comes with its own NPU (Neural Processing Unit). This promises faster and more efficient AI computing compared to other mobile implementations in the market.
Huawei’s next flagship, the Mate 10, will be revealed only next month at a separate event in Munich. While other brands have launched their devices at IFA 2017, Huawei has decided to showcase its new Kirin 970 chipset that will be powering their upcoming flagship devices.
The Kirin 970 will be their new high-end chipset that will go head on with other 10nm based processors such as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 and Samsung’s Exynos 8895. The new chipset was supposed to be revealed tonight but details are already made public at the IFA 2017 show floor.
You may have heard of Huawei‘s latest teaser where they posted an image with the hashtag #OOOO right in the center. We speculated about what that could mean but today, today we found out something even more interesting.