Huawei’s PC notebook line will be released in the Philippines this year. This includes the Huawei MateBook X Pro, which has earned high marks and reviews as a better Apple MacBook Pro alternative overseas. The new information was confirmed to Revü’s Alora Uy Guerrero by Huawei president for consumer business Jim Xu.
Images of a new Huawei phone have surfaced online on China’s TENAA certification website (think the Philippines’ National Telecommunications Commission or NTC). The pictures show a device that is very similar to the Huawei P20 Lite (or Nova 3e), with identical physical design and markings.
Liking your Huawei smartphone so far, but wish it came with stock Android instead of the company’s own software interface? OpenKirin might have the tweak you’re looking for.
Huawei will soon allow a handful of its newer devices to run an online version of Windows 10 on top of Android. The feature will be accessible through Huawei’s Cloud PC service. It’s going to debut first in China, where it was shown off as part of Huawei’s keynote at the CES Asia 2018 trade show.
CES [Consumer Electronics Show] Asia 2018 is ongoing in Shanghai, China. One of the first major announcements to make headlines is that Huawei will soon be rolling out GPU Turbo technology to select Huawei and Honor smartphones using its very own Kirin processors.
Antutu Benchmark’s lists of 10 best-performing Android phones for March and April were almost the same. But the newly released one? With the availability of new handsets came a different set of players.
The Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro turned heads when they were launched in the Philippines in November 2017, with their HiSilicon Kirin 970 processor (same chip on the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro), Leica dual cameras, and 4,000mAh battery. And why not? The value they give are on a par with the competition’s. But the price tags? They …
Just because it’s not new doesn’t mean it’s not worth considering. The Huawei P9 Plus was launched in the Philippines around this time in 2016. Back then, it was priced at P29,990 (around $570). But today, for a limited time, you’ll be able to buy it for less — much less.
We’ve been on the lookout for this. Today, finally, Antutu Benchmark’s list of best-performing Android phones for April 2018 is out.
It’s an interesting time these days in the mobile industry. It seems there are so many good, if acceptable, choices in the entry-level segment that we can barely keep up with everything going on locally and overseas.