Huawei is known for making mid-range and entry-level smartphones for carriers to rebrand, but it seems that the Chinese smartphone OEM's ambitions for its products has gone beyond that of merely supplying phones to its partners. Apparently, word has it that Huawei plans to release a new budget Android smartphone under its own brand in
Huawei has announced the availability of its new Android-powered Vision smartphone for consumers. Sporting what the company calls a new “3D carousel user-interface, the Vision is touted as a smartphone which is capable of offering consumers the “perfect combination of technology and style” in a single package. More details, after the break…
It was just two weeks ago when Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company, Huawei, introduced their new range of Android smartphones. This afternoon, Huawei had a global launch of their MediaPad, which touts to be the world's first 7-inch dual-core tablet to run Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS.
With so many tablets popping up on the market like how popcorn pops from kernels in a hot pan, it really should be of little surprise that there is yet another tablet slated to make its grand appearance soon, especially if Huawei's recently-released teaser video is of any indication. However, with little to no details
Huawei recently had an event in Singapore to introduce their new wireless modem and smartphones including the IDEOS X3, X6 and Boulder. Read on for the coverage.
The world's second largest supplier of communications infrastructure, Huawei, has had enough of being accused of being linked to Chinese intelligence services. It has just issued an open letter asking the US Government to vet its operations. Read On.
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., the largest telecommunication equipment supplier in China and the world’s number 2 in the mobile equipment industry, had recently worked with Google to release their first-ever Android 2.2 powered smartphone, IDEOS. Touted as the world’s first affordable smartphone, let us take a look and see how it performs.
The IDEOS S7 Android tablet from Huawei was spotted at the Communicasia trade show in Singapore, earlier June this year (and was known as SmaKit S7). Today, the China-based telecommunication and networking company has officially announced the tablet in Singapore.