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Chinese manufacturer Huawei was expected to be showing off the Ascend Mate 7 phablet at its IFA keynote address today. And right on cue, the smartphone has been announced, putting an end to the restless cycle of leaks and rumors. Huawei is touting the design of the smartphone to be one of the key selling points as it apparently lacks any plastic whatsoever. The entire body is made up of more than 95% metal and also has chamfered edges. The smartphone is powerful in every sense, right from its massive 6 inch 1080p display down to the...

Huawei’s upcoming flagship, the Ascend Mate 7 has made an appearance on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, giving us a look at the metal exterior. Although the display is not completely on, we can ascertain from this image that the smartphone will feature slim side bezels, much to our joy. Moreover, the date shown on the phone is from over two months ago, so it might not be the most recent picture of the device. The design is quite similar to the HTC One Max, especially on the back where a fingerprint scanner is placed right under the...

We could be in for quite a treat at next month’s IFA 2014 event if the current schedule of events is anything to go by. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 4, while Sony is all set to announce the Xperia Z3. However, it seems like another big ticket manufacturer could have something for us during the event. A teaser posted by Huawei, hints at a large 6 inch 2K display smartphone breaking cover at next month’s event, which means that the Galaxy Note 4 won’t be the only 2K display phablet on show in Berlin. Although...

Huawei is offering a new deal on accessories from its American online store. This provides a flat 40% off on all qualifying accessories such as power banks, portable speakers, headphones and cases for the Ascend Mate 2 which was launched in the country recently for $299.99. Among the battery packs, Huawei has a 3,000 mAh variant as well as a 5,000 mAh unit for $39 and $49 before discount, so there’s quite a lot of savings on offer. Make sure you head over to the source link below and enter the coupon code HW40OFF during checkout....

Chairman of Huawei, Yu Chengdong, sat down for an interview with the media recently where he gave out juicy information on the company’s upcoming flagship. Believed to be the successor to the Ascend P7, he said that the smartphone will pack a sapphire glass display and even had a unit in his pocket to show. Sadly, no pictures are available of the device at the moment, but needless to say, durability will be one of its strong suits. Given that it’s still early days, we might have to wait a couple of months before the manufacturer launches...

The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 phablet was made available in the U.S. not too long ago. And now, AnTuTu has already revealed the successor in its benchmark listing, suggesting yet another massive device with a decent hardware inside. Expectedly, the manufacturer has gone with its home grown octa core Kirin 920 chipset packing a Mali-T624 GPU, so it’s not all that bad as far as hardware is concerned. The display size is mentioned to be 6.1 inches with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is in line with the current crop of flagships....

Huawei is a company with large global ambitions. So any new device the company launches is bound to generate interest across the world. And to fuel our excitement even further, the company’s long rumored Honor 6 (Mulan) smartphone has just gone official in China sporting flagship level specs in a sleek aluminum frame with heat dissipation. The handset is also the company’s first to sport the homegrown Kirin 920 octa core chipset, which has four Cortex-A15 cores and four Cortex-A7 cores. The Honor 6 also comes with a 5 inch...

The Huawei Ascend P6 is now making the jump from Android 4.2 to Android 4.4, by skipping Android 4.3 altogether. As you would expect, this is a pretty massive update coming from Android 4.2, so things will be substantially different after the update. This is also a testament to Huawei’s commitment towards providing the latest version of Android to its device owners, despite having a relatively poor history with updates. The Ascend P6 is the company’s handset from last year, so customers have been waiting quite a long for...