Smartphones from Huawei usually go unnoticed in global markets due to lack of proper availability. But that could change soon as the company is reportedly planning to bring a 2K resolution handset to the market. This is the first time we’re hearing of this device, so take it with a grain of salt for the time being. It is believed that this new flagship will belong to Huawei’s popular D series of smartphones.
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Mobile World Congress 2014 kicks off on Monday, February 24, and Cult of Android will be live from Barcelona. In addition to regular posts covering all of the announcements, we’ll also be running a live blog throughout the event that will bring you the latest from the show floor.
So not only will you get breaking news and hands-on coverage of the latest products, but also an insight into what it’s really like to attend MWC. Here are some of the things we’re expecting.
Huawei’s rumored smartwatch could be more of a smart band if the leaked photograph above is anything to go by. Interestingly, it comes directly from a Huawei official, who posted it online to show off his new “toy”.
A new leak has shown off Huawei’s MediaPad X1 tablet yet again, but this time with a unique looking smart cover attached to it. This high end tablet will reportedly break cover during Huawei’s extensive media event at next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
A new leak has just revealed the Huawei Ascend P7 smartphone in a press render accompanied by a few live shots as well. The render gives us a better idea of what to expect from the new flagship, along with the color choices that will be available during launch.
The Huawei MediaPad X1 has leaked on a couple of occasions in the past, but the most recent shares details on its specifications as well as showcasing its design. It comes from Chinese certification database TENAA, and it gives us an early look at the tablet from all angles.
Huawei is planning to unveil a number of new devices at Mobile World Congress next week, and for some strange reason, the Chinese company thought it would be a good idea to tease them with a fake iPhone running an embarrassing Siri clone.
Huawei isn’t exactly the manufacturer that comes to mind when we think of tablets; the Chinese manufacturer is synonymous with midrange and high-end smartphones and phablets — mostly limited to Asian and European markets. But it could now be making the switch to slates according to a new leak, which hints at the launch of a 7 inch tablet called the MediaPad X1.
The leak also reveals a rendering of the tablet along with the hardware specs sheet and it looks fairly impressive for the most part.
Today, Huawei discreetly released a slightly more powerful version of it’s flagship smartphone of 2013, the Ascend P6. The revamped handset’s design appears to be identical to the original smartphone, though the technical specifications on the Chinese manufacturer’s website suggest that the S version is actually 0.3mm thicker, but things get a little bit more interesting when you start to look at the internals.
Huawei unveiled its 2014 flagship smartphone, the Ascend Mate 2, at CES in Las Vegas just a few days ago, and now an independent Chinese retailer is selling the factory unlocked version for 2,688 Yuan, which is approximately $445.