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The Huawei Mate 8, P9, P9 Plus, Honor 8, V8, Note 8 and 6X are all set to receive stable Android Oreo updates in China soon after a few rounds of public beta tests.
I'm sure that the US government agencies had the right intention when they issued their warning against Huawei, but they didn't offer any evidence to back up their claims. This is how the US government's stance on Huawei is screwing consumers.
The ancient Mate 8 is one of several Huawei-branded smartphones being promised Android Oreo delivery... someday, alongside the P9, P9 Plus, Nova Youth Edition, Nova 2 and 2 Plus.
As the Huawei P9 passes 12 million sales in a year, this is the first word we hear about the performance of the Mate 9 in the market.
It sounds like the P10 and P10 Plus have some big shoes to fill, as the Huawei P9 and P9 Plus have already sold 12 million units worldwide.
The Leica-endorsed cameras on the Huawei P10 scored 87 on DxOMark's mobile ranking scale, 7 points ahead of its predecessor.
Mere days before unveiling the P10 at MWC, as well as internationally launching the Honor 8 Pro, Huawei has domestically taken the wraps off the Honor V9.
While Huawei is expected to unveil the P10 at next month's MWC, two other phones, including an Honor 9 suspect, probably paid Tenaa recent visits.
Huawei continues to crush its own smartphone sales records, shipping 140 million units this year so far, including 10M P9-series devices.
The Mate 8 also gets Android 7.0 with EMUI 5.0 as well. Some more Huawei phones from the Nova to the Honor 8 are going down the beta pipeline.
If you saw the Huawei P9, you've probably seen most of the Huawei P10, especially if we're talking about this particular leak of it.
If Lenovo thinks that a few months of work for 1 million Moto Z sales isn’t too shabby, Huawei is about to leap that company over with more than 9 million sales for one single smartphone model.
That model is the Huawei P9, the company’s first phone featuring a Leica-endorsed dual-camera system. Combined with competent specifications and continued brand hype, we shouldn’t be surprised that a six-month-old model (turning seven) is still going strong.
It ain’t the iPhone and it ain’t 70-million-unit-selling Apple, but it’s definitely [...]
The next-gen Huawei Kirin 960 processor likely to power the high-end Mate 9 phablet has just gone official, and it's an absolute beast.
Better than a million a month? Pretty good stuff for Huawei and its P9 and P9 Plus, though it'll still need a few more to make its sales goal.
It's not a dual camera flagship, or any other type of flagship phone, but the Huawei G9 Plus packs plenty of punch for just $360 or so.
Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S7 Edge racked up the best H1 2016 sales numbers of all of the world's Android phones. Shockingly, the Galaxy J2 ranked second.
Most often, you'll find that if a company is comparing one of its products to the competition, it's likely because it can show that its products are better.
Huawei will probably not be able to meet its most ambitious sales goals for the year, but the company's H1 numbers are still looking great.
Samsung had no problem topping the smartphone sales charts yet again in Q2, despite a small decline and hikes from a number of rivals.
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Is the Leica-endorsed dual rear camera setup on the Huawei P9 a mobile photography champion? Clearly, but it can't quite take on super-costly DSLRs.
It's time for a camera showdown! Here are the top performers of 2016 so far. OnePlus 3, HTC 10, LG G5, Galaxy S7, Huawei P9! Which one's right for you?
As the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 7 take shape, the Galaxy S7 predictably loses steam, leading to slightly lower Q3 sales projections.