Huawei has officially confirmed its Honor 7 smartphone for the European market, where the company will be hoping for even some of the success the device has enjoyed so far. Nine million units have been pre-ordered in China, and while that is not a guarantee of purchase (as it would be in other countries) it does mean plenty of people are interested in the new mid-range device.
Huawei has raised the curtain on its newest smartphone, the Honor 7i, a mid-range smartphone that has been leaked plenty of times in recent weeks. You may remember that this is the quirky device with the sliding front facing camera, and those rumors were indeed true. However, while it was predicted to be a sliding camera, it is actually a flipping system that delivers the weirdest camera idea since Oppo's N3.
A post on Chinese social network Weibo gave as a glimpse of Huawei Honor 7i, a handset that comes with a quirky unique feature and is reported to be launching August 20th. Overall the device will be solidly spec'd, while its design sticks closely to what we would call "standard candy bar". However, this handset will have one aesthetic feature that makes it stand out... literally.
Huawei is being a bit cheeky with its promotion of the P8 flagship as it has been revealed that the company is making the landscape bezels thinner than they really are in promotional shots. If you look at the image above you will see an officially Huawei shot of the P8 with very thin landscape bezels, so thin in fact that they are almost non-existent with the powered up screen almost meeting the edge of the device.
Huawei has a new smartphone ready to launch at its scheduled September 2nd event at the IFA trade show in Berlin, but the handset getting announced is unlikely to be the Mate 8. When the press event was first teased it was thought that the Mate 8 would be the subject of the launch, but it now seems a revamped version of the current Mate 7 will be launched instead.
Huawei has launched a new smartphone today and it is the latest from the company to offer solid specs for an affordable price tag. In fact a very affordable price tag, under $100 in fact, making the new Honor 4A very much a budget device.
It is pretty clear by now that Chinese company Huawei is building Google's next flagship Nexus device, taking over from Motorola's Nexus 6. Recently Evan Blass (famed @evleaks tipster) has been back in action and his latest info suggests that the Huawei made Nexus will be a beast of a smartphone and will bring some first to Google's range.
Huawei has officially raised the curtain on its tablet version of the P8 flagship, the MediaPad M2, a slate that is an interesting blend of premium looks and high end specs. The M2 is certainly a major upgrade over its predecessor, as Huawei said it would be when the Chinese company first revealed the device last month.
Huawei is launching its new Honor 7 high mid-range smartphone today and it will arrive in three different variations. The premium looking device will be available in China this summer and consumers can choose between three versions, with connectivity and storage options defining each variant.
Huawei has announced an official press event on June 30th that will be used to launch the company's new Honor 7 smartphone. The Chinese company will unveil the high mid-range model at the event and if previous reports are anything to go by, the Honor 7 will be a very appealing smartphone.