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.
Huawei is likely to introduce the Honor 7 when it holds a press event on June 8th, the device has already passed through TENAA (China's body for passing products) and revealed itself to be packing a fingerprint scanner. The certification also came with a photo, as is the norm for TENAA it is low quality, but oh well.
As well as launching the P8 Lite smartphone in the United States today, Huawei also launched its fitness tracker come hands free kit, the TalkBand B2. The Chinese company has made an awful lot of changes (read improvements) to its wearable too, but it retains its quirky take on this particular market. By that we mean that the device can still be detached from the wrist and turned into a headset for voice calls.
Huawei has announced a smartphone that will be launched in the United States, a rarity for the Chinese company. The handset was rolled out in the U.S. today and is called the Huawei P8 Lite, a device you may already be well familiar with. However, before discussing the launch, there is some history to clear up... bear with us.
Chinese megabrand Huawei has scheduled a media event that will be held in New York City on June 2nd. While it is unclear what device/s the company will be launching at the event, it is being widely speculated that the P8 flagship will be confirmed for a release in the United States. Some Chinese outlets are even suggesting the full P8 range will launch, including the Huawei P8 Max and Huawei P8 Lite.
Huawei has launched a new tablet that is called the MediaPad M2, the slate made its debut today with the Chinese company making an announcement. The device is a follow up to last year's MediaPad M1 and like that earlier product it features decent high end specs.
The Huawei P8 was announced earlier in the month, the Chinese company's newest flagship that looks a little like the iPhone 6. It is a fantastic smartphone in terms of design and specifications and it seems as though consumers in Huawei's Chinese homeland agree. The device will not be available around the world until next month, but today Huawei launched the P8 in China via its Vmail online store.
Huawei is in rude health. The company has contended with Xiaomi in its homeland and still managed a stellar sales performance through 2014. The company has today raised the curtain on the Huawei P8, the brand's new flagship that will take the fight to Xiaomi and could prove a solid alternative to the Galaxy S6's and iPhone 6's of this world.
We have heard plenty about Huawei's next flagship the P8, a sequel to the Ascend P7 with the company opting to drop the Ascend branding. The company has now announced that the handset will be announced on April 15th at a special event in London. Huawei said that it would start selling smartphones in the United States officially this year, so could the P8 be the first flagship widely available from the company in the U.S.?