The Huawei Ascend P6 was announced only 10 days ago, but Huawei has already backtracked on its original statement that it would not release a "Google Edition" of the Ascend P6. The company now says it might be willing to release an Ascend P6 Nexus User Experience edition.
Huawei is once again attempting to lay claim to having the world's thinnest smartphone with today's announcement of the Huawei Ascend P6, an Android 4.2 device that measures only 6.18mm and weighs 120g.
MetroPCS today announced a new Android device to its 4G LTE portfolio. Continuing its trend of low-price midrange smartphones, the new Huawei Premia 4G joins the network for the low price of $149 without contract.
Huawei has decided that being big isn't big enough, so the Chinese manufacturer today announced the Huawei Ascend Mate, a smartphone with a 6.1-inch screen. Just in case you were wondering, that's not a typo; the Ascend Mate has a 6.1-inch display.
Huawei went big with today's announcement of the Huawei Ascend Mate, but the company also decided to deliver some impressive hardware for another big phone it plans to release this year, the Huawei Ascend D2.
Think smarphones are getting too big? Think again. Chinese smartphone developer Huawei has revealed an Android smartphone with a 6.1-inch screen that it will debut next month at the Consumer Electronic Show.
Huawei today announced that its Ascend G 330 phone will soon launch in the UK. Beginning in December, the G330 will be available at TalkTalk for free when purchased with a 10 GBP tariff. The phone features a 4-inch screen, a 1 GHz dual-core processor, a 5 megapixel camera, and a 1,500 mAh battery. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with Huawei's HAP 5.1 interface, and comes pre-loaded with the BBC iPlayer, BBC News, and EA Sims Freeplay apps.
Cricket has announced a new Huawei Boltz 4G LTE modem for use on the company's LTE networks in Las Vegas and Tucson.
Huawei has struggled to overcome U.S. suspicion that it has ties to the Chinese government. The telecommunications giant is now considering becoming a publicly traded company to help ease fears that it might be used to disrupt the U.S. communication infrastructure.