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Samsung sit atop the global smartphone shipment vendor list, but their dominance in China has been hit hard by companies like Huawei and Xaiomi, being pushed from the top five altogether.
Huawei's first smartphone aimed at the US market under its Honor brand, the 5X, was announced at CES earlier this month and can now be ordered from the company's website for just $199
The IDC has released smartphone shipment figures for 2015. While Samsung and Apple top the chart at one and two respectively, the surprising winner for the year is Huawei.
It looks like Huawei is on a roll in 2016, with plans to unveil two new handsets under its 'Honor' brand early next week. The event is to take place on January 28th.
From ultra-thin devices and super-sized tweets, to Apple highs and lows, Oculus' pricing Rift, Nokia's Moonraker, and Microsoft's China problem, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Huawei announced its latest handset, the Mate 8, that will be offered in both a 3GB and 4GB model. The 6-inch phablet sounds large, but in reality is a elegant handset that sits well in hand.
Although the honor 5X debuted last November in China, the 5.5" all metal smartphone featuring a Snapdragon 615 octa-core chip, 2GB RAM and a fingerprint reader is now heading to the US for $199.
The Nexus 6P - Google's high-end Android handset, built by Huawei - has previously been seen in gold, but only as a 'Special Edition'. Now, though, the gold model is becoming more widely available.
The Mate 7 was a large phablet that brought many innovations when it was released in 2014. Today, Huawei has announced the successor, the Mate 8, featuring an octa-core Kirin 950 processor.
Huawei has doubled down on the smartwatch segment, announcing two new devices which it says are designed for women. The watches are elegant, retaining the sense of style from the original Watch.
Several non-Lumia Windows Phones - including some older models from Samsung, HTC and Huawei - have been tracked running Windows 10 Mobile, but that's no guarantee that they'll get official upgrades.
As part of a new festive promotion, you can now get $50 off Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow flagships, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P - and you'll even get free next-day shipping.
With specs to rival the competition and a design that has divided opinions online, is Google's new flagship destined to be a hit or a miss? Let's dig a little deeper and find out.
Google has emailed some customers who pre-ordered its new Android flagship, the Nexus 6P, informing them that shipment of their handsets has been delayed by up to two weeks, and offering a $25 refund.
Google is expected to launch the Nexus 6P and 5X flagship devices at its upcoming event. However, now even more details about the former have leaked online, alleging a 3,450 mAh battery and more.
Google's new 5.7-inch 'Nexus 6P' flagship, one of two showcase devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, will reportedly offer up to 128GB of storage - but the smaller 'Nexus 5X' may only get 16GB / 32GB.
Google has sent out invites for an event in San Francisco on September 29, at which it will formally launch Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and unveil its new Nexus flagships - hero devices for its new OS.
We already know plenty about Google's new flagship phones - showcase devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow - but now another detail has emerged: they will reportedly be called 'Nexus 5X' and 'Nexus 6P'.
A new rumor has emerged, claiming that Huawei could be working on a dual-edge screen for its next flagship device slated for 2016. The display could be manufactured by Samsung itself.
Huawei has unveiled its new flagship device, the Mate S, which includes "Force Touch" technology; a pressure-sensitive tech which Apple was rumored to include first in its next iPhone.
Photos have emerged purporting to show Huawei's new 5.7-inch Nexus flagship in the flesh for the first time - and along with a fingerprint reader, they also reveal the handset's unusual rear styling.
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Huawei has just announced its new smartphone, the Honor 7i. The device features a 13-megapixel camera that can be rotated to the front. The handset also has a fingerprint sensor located on its side.
Google is expected to launch two high-end Nexus phones as showcase devices for its new Android 'M' release, and one of those devices - a 5.2-inch LG handset - has apparently been caught on camera.
While it is still most likely a couple months away, it looks like Google could be prepping two new Nexus devices that will be produced by Huawei and LG.
After its stint as the top smartphone vendor in China for the last two quarters, Apple has now conceded the position to Xiaomi and Huawei, falling to the third place this time around.
A report from Strategy Analytics now claims that Huawei has overtaken Microsoft to become the third largest vendor of phones in the world, trailing only Samsung and Apple.
Details have been revealed about the new Nexus range-topper from Huawei, which is said to include a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, metal body, and Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon 820 processor.
The latest rumor has indicated that Google might not release a new Nexus tablet this year and may instead go ahead with two smartphones allegedly made by LG and Huawei.
Huawei has outed its new MediaPad M2 tablet - which features an 8-inch Full HD display, octa-core 64-bit Kirin 930 processor and 8MP rear camera - by displaying it at a boutique store in Paris.
Apple managed to sell the most smartphones out of any company operating in China this first quarter, and the company is crushing its competitors even as the overall market is declining.
Three has announced pricing for the Honor 6 Plus in the UK with the smartphone set to be available on contracts starting at £24 per month, and unlocked on pay as you go for under £300.
We went hands-on with Huawei's new Ascend P8 flagship smartphone, which features a 5.2-inch Full HD display, 64-bit octa-core Kirin 935 processor and 13MP camera with OIS and dual-LED flash.
Huawei has announced the new Ascend P8 smartphone featuring a 5.2-inch Full HD display, Kirin 935 octa-core 64-bit processor and 13MP rear camera with light painting, OIS and dual-colour flash.
Huawei's Honor brand is making a name for itself in Europe and the wait is almost over for its latest flagship - the Honor 6 Plus - which will launch in the UK on May 1st at a very affordable price.
From Office for Mac and the Snapdragon 820, to Universal Apps, big balloons, Spartan screenshots, ageing selfies, and groovy giveaways, enjoy a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Huawei has unveiled its first Android Wear product, the Huawei Watch. The circular watch could possibly be the most attractive Android device to be released thus far.
Huawei has again criticized Windows Phone for its lack of customization opportunities for OEMs - but while its future smartphones will run Android, it is considering dual-boot Windows/Android tablets.
The phablet market isn't just the iPhone 6 Plus or the Galaxy Note line. The Huawei Ascend Mate 7 is a six-inch handset that's full of surprises and certainly worth more attention than it gets.
A follow up to the Honor 6, the Huawei Honor 6 Plus has everything from 3GB RAM to dual 8MP rear-cameras, as well as an IR blaster, dual-SIM support and a large 3600 mAh battery.
Huawei has said that "nobody made any money in Windows Phone" but they are forgetting that for two key players, they have made a lot of money using Microsoft's mobile operating system.
Google is reportedly planning to change Android's distribution terms for vendors in order to push more in-house apps on devices, that already are filled with redundant apps and features.
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Huawei has dropped support for Windows Phone. The company cites profitability as the main issue, but this comes amid continued tensions between Microsoft and the Chinese government.
The word 'selfie' was recognised by Oxford Dictionaries last year, but Huawei would rather you take a 'groufie' with its latest flagship, which features an 8MP front-facing camera with panoramic mode.
As Samsung and LG reportedly prepare handsets with Quad HD displays, Huawei's CEO says such high-res screens on phones are "nonsense", adding cost and draining the battery, with no benefits for users.
Asked about Huawei's Windows Phone plans, an executive responded instead by listing the company's issues with the platform, including OS licensing costs, limited customization and "the ecosystem".
EE has launched its first own-brand handset - the £99.99 Kestrel, which includes support for the carrier's 4G LTE network - as it introduces cheaper price plans, now from as little as £13.99 a month.
China wants an explanation from the U.S. after it was discovered the NSA infiltrated Huawei in 2009. Chinese officials are concerned about the dilemma which could raise tensions between the nations.