Word has it that Xiaomi’s smartphone shipments dropped from 70 million in 2015 to 41 million in 2016. So you wouldn’t think that it could rise again so soon, so fast. But that’s exactly what it did.
It’s called the Honor V10 in China. But to the rest of the world, the phone from Huawei’s sub-brand is known as the Honor View 10.
UAWEI formally announced the Nova 2i for the Philippine market yesterday, but the Chinese manufacturer isn’t done adding to the pile of lanky phones with 18:9 screens just yet. And no, we’re not talking about the Mate 10, which is slated to take the stage on October 16.
T ticks all the right boxes for us. It looks good, and it’s outfitted with top-of-the-line specs. Meet the recently unveiled Honor V9 (click for complete specs), the highest-end smartphone of Huawei’s sub-brand.
UAWEI will launch a new phone under its Honor sub-brand prior to Mobile World Congress 2017, a weeklong event that will gather many of the biggest names in the business — Samsung and LG, to name but two.
ARELY seven months since the Honor 8 (click for specs and prices) was unveiled, Huawei’s sub-brand has quietly launched a midrange alternative to the smartphone it announced on July 11, 2016.
T’S the final call at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It’s been weird and at the same time brilliant. We’ve seen some memorable tech over the past week, and we’re very much looking forward to the day some of the products arrive in Philippine stores. Or maybe they won’t — because it’s totally plausible that most of the devices we’ve covered won’t make the trip to this side of the planet.
T’S inevitable. With more and more smartphone companies riding the dual-camera wave, we’re also bound to see more, cheaper handsets with two rear cameras to go on sale. Honor, a sub-brand of China’s Huawei, will do exactly just that with its plan to release the Honor 6x (click for complete specs and prices) outside its home turf.
Honor 6+ Perhaps inspired by Xiaomi’s success in some parts of the world, Huawei has turned its attention to online selling and has formed a sub-brand to tap into the e-commerce boom. And so here we are, talking about the Honor sub-brand, which debuted in the Philippines yesterday alongside a trio of Android smartphones aimed at the cash-strapped crowd. The Honor 4C, 4X, and 6+ all feature above-average specifications for their price points, echoing a trend we’ve seen across the mobile industry. The Honor 4C and 4X list mostly the same specs and functions, though the latter offers a bigger …