Huawei Mate

Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro could very well have solved the battery dilemma

It wasn’t that long ago when we had a conversation in the office about how smartphone makers always forced us to choose between having a large battery, or having really quick fast-charging. Even at the flagship-level, this choice was almost always being forced on us. And that wasn’t cool because if you’re going to be paying top dollar for a smartphone, it should have everything, right?

Well, it looks like Huawei thinks so too, because their latest flagship smartphone is the most convincing case in point I’ve seen, of a world where we don’t have to make that tough choice. A world where you can finally have your cake and eat it too.

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Huawei Mate 10: Here are 5 things to expect

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The second half of the year will be an interesting one. Samsung will be unveiling its new Galaxy Note8 while Apple might be launching up to 3 iPhones in the following month. Meanwhile, Huawei is working on their upcoming new flagship that’s expected to be announced later this year.

Today we had the privilege to speak to Bruce Lee, the VP for Handset Business for Huawei Consumer Business Group, where we try to find out what the upcoming Mate 10 has to offer.

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Huawei Mate 10 will take on the iPhone 8 with a full-screen display

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No. 3 smartphone maker, Huawei, is setting its sights on Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 8. Last year, it had shipped 139 million phones and they are hoping to push 140 million to 150 million units in 2017.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Huawei consumer devices chief, Richard Yu says their upcoming Huawei Mate 10 will be released around the same time as Apple’s new flagship and it will trump the iPhone in many aspects.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Huawei’s first Windows 10 tablet


Huawei‘s rumoured hybrid laptop is finally here and the Matebook is set to shake the market as the brand’s first ever fully-fledged computing device that runs like a Surface, but is lighter than your iPad Pro.

Hybrid tablet devices aren’t something particularly new but the fact that Huawei went ahead to produce the Matebook is what ultimately makes it special; because it represents a shift for the company away from just smartphones into the realm of ultra-mobile devices.

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