Huawei is working on a consumer-grade pair of augmented reality glasses, as confirmed by Richard Yu, the Chief Executive Officer of the technology giant’s consumer electronics division. In a recent interview with CNBC, the industry
Huawei’s President of Consumer Business for Europe, Walter Ji, got interviewed by Android Pit, and in that interview, Mr. Ji actually revealed some of Huawei’s plans for next year. The company’s President of Consumer Business
It seems like Huawei’s overview screen needs some work, at least on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the company’s current flagship, and based on my colleague’s experience with it
The Honor 8X is a true successor to the sub-$200 Honor 7X, with a larger screen, more storage, better battery life, and an improved camera.
Honor’s X lineup of smartphones have been crushing the
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Rumors from China claim that a new SoC from HiSilicon, called the Kirin 990 chipset, will debut in the first quarter of 2019. The Kirin 990 will be manufactured using the second-generation 7nm process node
It seems like Huawei is planning to join the companies who are planning to make holes in the display in order to trim down bezels even further, as the company has applied for a new
Huawei has just announced that the Mate 20 Pro is in high demand, especially in Western Europe. The company says that the Mate 20 Pro managed to beat P20 Pro’s 10-day pre-order record by a
In short: Huawei’s first foldable phone that will also have 5G capabilities may resemble the Mate 20 X (pictured above), an Android flagship announced earlier this week. “Before the foldable phones, we are introducing the
Huawei is presently in the process of laying off employees “across the board” in the United States, a source familiar with the matter told AndroidHeadlines. The information hasn’t been verified independently and the company has yet to provide an official confirmation. The insider speculates the job cuts are a result of Huawei’s recent issues with Washington, […]
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