Huawei today announced that its GPU Turbo update, which promises increased gaming performance for its flagship smartphones, will begin rolling out to the Mate and P-series devices next month.
The Mate 10 Pro made its U.S. retail debut last week. But before we move forward, we thought it might be a good idea to compare the device with its predecessor, last year's Mate 9.
Although Android 8.0 Oreo has been out for a few months, a majority of devices still don't run it. Luckily, Huawei has now officially released the update for its Mate 9 handset from last year.
Today, Huawei unveiled its Black Friday deals, which will include substantial discounts on the Mate 9, Honor 6X, Watch 2 Sport, Watch 2 Classic, MediaPad, MateBook X, and MateBook E.
Huawei has been releasing some fairly solid handsets throughout the past couple of years; now, its Mate 9 has received a sizeable discount, being priced at $200 off from its original price.
Huawei has now opened up a limited beta to test out Android 8.0 Oreo for the Mate 9. The beta test will run until November and will hopefully go live to the public a short time after.
Huawei recently reduced the price of its Mate 9 handset to $499.99. Now, the device is being further discounted, reaching a new low price of $459.99. It is unknown whether this is a permanent change.
While the Huawei Mate 9 and Honor 6X were both amazing buys at the time of their launch, they are now even more tempting of an option considering that they have received a permanent price drop.
Huawei today announced a series of deals for Amazon's Prime Day event, where it will offer up to 46% off of the price of its products, including the Mate 9, Honor 8, Watch 2, and more.
In January, Huawei revealed that it would be bringing Amazon's Alexa to its Mate 9 handset. Last week, the update went live and now we have had some hands-on time to give our first impressions.
Although Huawei has expressed its interest in penetrating the US market, it has failed to land its devices on a US carrier. That could all soon change, as the firm is in talks with AT&T.
Huawei announced today that it's releasing an update for its Mate 9 handset, which will enable Amazon's digital voice assistant, Alexa, allowing users to control smart home devices and more.
If you own a Huawei Mate 9 in the US, chances are you should be receiving an update soon. The new update will contain a fix for Google Voice and will bring an optimization to the App Drawer.
If you need some protection for your Huawei Mate 9, you might want to enter this giveaway. You'll have a chance to win not one, but three Olixar cases for your device.
There are a lot of options when it comes to a flagship handset, but when you break it down by price, there are only a few that sit below the $600 threshold. Huawei's Mate 9 could be the
If you've been looking to get your hands on the latest from Huawei, the Porsche Design Mate 9 is now available for pre-order. The handset will retail for $1500 USD and will arrive on January 31.
Three UK has listed the big battery Huawei Mate 9 and Lenovo P2 smartphones on their website and made them available for purchase for £31.00 and £18.00 respectively on a monthly contract.
Huawei has made its latest flagship, the Mate 9, available in the US. At $599 it seems like a very good option, offering top-end specifications for a good price. We go hands-on with the unit.
In our time at CES 2017, there were a number of trends that stood out. Companies seem to want to put a CPU and a Bluetooth radio in everything, wearables aren't dead, VR is still coming, and more.
Although Huawei announced its Mate 9 handset would be arriving in the US, it didn't stop us from taking a quick look at its more expensive counterpart, the Porsche Design Mate 9.
Huawei has finally released one of its top flagships for the United States, the Mate 9. The handset will gain Alexa support and be priced at $599 and be sold at major retailers.
Huawei's latest flagship phablet, the 5.9-inch Mate 9 with a Leica certified dual-camera setup is said to be launching in the US on the 6th of January probably during CES 2017.
Today, Huawei announced its Mate 9 and Porsche Design Mate 9. Both handsets will be the company's flagship going into 2017 offering a Kirin 960 processor and Leica dual camera setup.
The Huawei Mate 9 Pro, a variation on the Huawei Mate 9, will be sporting a dual-curved 5.9" QHD display with a pixel density of 497 PPI. The device is expected to be announced early next month.