Wednesday, February 28, 2024


China iPhone Sales Likely to Continue Losing Ground to Huawei in 2024

Apple appears to be facing an uphill battle to reverse falling iPhone sales in China, with last year's double-digit decline

HUAWEI Watch GT 4 review: Should you buy it?

Our HUAWEI Watch GT 4 review dives into the features, design choices, and health tracking of HUAWEI's affordable smartwatch.

You should buy this amazing smartwatch, but only if you own a certain phone

The Huawei Watch GT 4 is an excellent, design-led smartwatch — but you really need to own a certain smartphone to truly love it.

Huawei’s next affordable smartwatch could drop with these stylish shades

A new leak reveals the Huawei Watch GT 4's new color variants and design alongside a few strap options.

The Huawei Mate X5 is the latest foldable to take on the Galaxy Z Fold 5

The Mate X5, which looks a lot like the predecessor Mate X3, comes with a new Huawei's in-house developed Kirin

HUAWEI’s new Mate X5 is the slimmest foldable phone on the Market

No announcements, no promotions, HUAWEI really surprised its fans with the unexpected launch of the Mate X5 foldable phone. The latest Mate X5 is the direct successor to the Mate X3. Regarding internals, HUAWEI notably did massive upgrades while the design mostly remains the same as the predecessor.   HUAWEI Mate X5 sports a stunning 7.85-inch LTPO OLED main display with 2496 x 2224p resolution and the external screen has a large estate measuring 6.4 inches. Both displays support an up to 1Hz- 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and 1440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. It has a Kunlun Glass protection on top to protect it from accidental falls and scratches. The smartphone weighs 243 grams and is just 11mm thick when folded and 5.3mm when unfolded. Currently, there’s no foldable phone in the market that is close to the Honor Magic V2 foldable when it comes to slim factor- measures just 10mm. However, Xiaomi’s Mix Fold 3 holds the second position in the slimmest foldable race while the Mate X5 is in the 3rd. HUAWEI hasn’t officially revealed the processor details of the Mate X5 foldable but the reports claimed that HUAWEI uses a Kirin 9000s processor based on a 7nm process under the hood, the same processor the brand used in the recently launched Mate 60 series. The device has up to 16GB RAM and 1TB storage. The foldable runs on Hongmeng OS 4.0 out of the box. For lenses, the Mate X5 has a triple rear camera setup at the back, featuring a 50MP main camera paired with a 13MP Ultrawide lens, and a 12MP periscope lens with 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom. On the front, the foldable has two 8MP snappers for selfies and video chats. It packs a larger 5,060mAh battery with support for 66W fast wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 7.5W reverse wireless charging tech. The device has IPX8 ingress protection which means you can use the device in wet weather conditions without worrying about damage.HUAWEI hasn’t officially the pricing of the Mate X5 foldable smartphone but it is now available for pre-order in China. The Phantom Purple is the new addition to color options along with the Feather Black, Feather White, Feather Gold, and Green Mountain. Also, HUAWEI hasn’t confirmed yet whether it’s coming to the global market or not.

The Huawei Mate 60 Pro’s low-key launch might feature a 5G surprise

Huawei launched the Mate 60 and Mate 60 Pro with precise touch inputs and satellite messaging.

HUAWEI Watch Ultimate review: Should you buy it?

Can a smartwatch and dive computer comfortably co-exist in one device?

Apple may be forced to change the Vision Pro’s name

Apple may regret picking the Vision Pro name for its new headset, as a rival firm has already trademarked it. And it’s not the only headache Apple is facing.

Huawei unveils MatePad Air Andriod Tablet

Chinese leading smartphone manufacturer brand Huawei has introduced its new MatePad Air Android tablet in China. Huawei packs full power-packed features in its new tablet. Design-wise, the tablet boasts symmetrical bezels on all sides and a single camera setup at the back.The Huawei MatePadAir comes in two variant options- the base 8GB + 128GB model retails at 2,899 Yuan (~$412) while the 12GB + 512GB variant is priced at 4,499 Yuan (~$639). The tablet is now available for sale in China. The global availability hasn’t been confirmed yet for the MatePad Air. Huawei MatePad is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset paired with Adreno 660 GPU, up to 12GB RAM, and 512GB internal storage. It packs a massive 8,300mAh battery with support for 40W fast charging tech. Also See- OnePlus Pad ReviewThe tablet features a 13MP single rear camera at the back and an 8MP front-facing camera. You’ll get quad speakers and microphones in the MatePad Air tablet. Huawei MatePad Air has a big 11.45-inch (2880 x 1840) resolution IPS display with a 144Hz variable refresh rate (varies between 30Hz and 144Hz), 270 ppi pixel density, and 87% screen-to-body ratio.Source

The Huawei Watch 4 has an unusual health feature the Apple Watch has yet to pick up

Huawei claims its new smartwatch, the Huawei Watch 4, is equipped with an unprecedented wearable feature for tracking blood sugar

HUAWEI FreeBuds 5 review: Bold and comfortable open-fit earbuds

Superior comfort at the cost of effective noise canceling.

Apple, Samsung, and Google could learn a lot from this unique phone

We take a close look at how the Huawei P60 Pro's special Rococo Pearl finish and ergonomic design set it apart from the competition.

Huawei launches the Mate X3 and P60 Pro globally, and they’re pricey

Following their Chinese launch, the Huawei Mate X3 and P60 Pro have made their global debut in the UK and

The Pixel 7 Pro’s camera has finally met its match

Can the Huawei P60 Pro's camera really beat the Google Pixel 7 Pro, which has one of the best cameras available? We find out in a quick, and tough, test.

This amazing new foldable beats the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in two ways

Huawei's new big-screen folding smartphone manages to be thinner and lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and it looks amazing.