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    We asked recently if 2016 will be the year of the mid-range phone. With flagship phone sales maturing, the competition at the mid-range and entry level is heating up. The most visceral battle for smartphone sales happening around the $200 threshold. Encouragingly, these devices are now packing tech which would have been bleeding edge three years ago, but often they can't elicit the same desirability as more expensive options. Huawei is aiming to change that with the Honor 5X, clad in aluminum, and bringing some nifty tech features to the party. Using this budget friendly solution for the ...

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    When we first laid eyes on the Huawei Mate 8 at CES 2016, we were only mildly impressed. While its clean industrial design and oversized battery were welcome additions to the Mate family, the phone still came with software quite literally designed for another continent – and its overloaded feature set seemed more at home on a Samsung phone from 2012 than a modern Android flagship. A week with the Mate 8 back home in Boston hasn't changed our feelings about the phone's shortcomings, but it has given us time to appreciate all the advantages this device has to offer. And when one of ...

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    Huawei is proud to introduce its own proprietary custom user interface for Android-powered devices, dubbed Emotion UI. As we've learned from Huawei itself, it is a result of user feedback, people finding Android to be a little bit "too complicated". In the video below you will see a quick demo of the UI in action with some of its most important features. Simplified folders, widgets and overall ease of use are just a few. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts. Don't forget: after IFA the custom UI "will enter the next phase of its development, driven further by consumer wants and ...

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