While others suffer
While other smartphone makers, including the fruity cargo cult Apple see their sales dry up, Huawei is predicted to do rather well.
Finally wakes up
The Tame Apple Press is starting to report what we have been saying for months, iPhone sales have slumped for the first time in ten years.
Just as everyone else is getting out
Huawei is making an interesting move by getting into the PC business just as everyone else has had enough.
During CES 2016, Chinese multinational smartphone giant Huawei unveiled its 6-inch Mate 8 flagship smartphone to succeed the 6-inch Mate 7 released in October 2014. While both devices have beautiful 1080p, 368ppi IPS-NEO panels that take up roughly 78 percent of the device’s screen-to-body ratio, the Mate 8 is Huawei’s first device running its own silicon with the Kirin 950 16nm octa-core FinFET processor as we wrote about back in November.
Predicts 35 per cent boost
One of the world's largest telecom equipment makers Huawei claims it will to post a 35 percent jump in sales revenue for 2015, thanks to a strong performance across its business platforms.
Third quarter figures not bad
Despite the fact that the future of smartphone shipments looks bleak, the third quarter shaped up to be rather good.
15.5 Percent up on last year
Smartphone sales soared 15.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 compared to this time last year.
Android 6.0 and Cat 6 modem in 6 inch
Huawei Mate 8 has been officially announced by the Huawei and the company has confirmed that you will see it at CES 2016.
Not the big bang expected
Chinese vendors Huawei and Xiaomi appear to be holding back from a big push on the notebook market.
Cortex A72 with 16nm TSMC FinFET
Huawei, the company that is probably the hardest to pronounce in tech has officially unveiled its Kirin 950 first FinFET 16nm based processor.