ByGB Blog Official 2018-03-17 4817
Huawei is probably the most known Chinese brand of communication technology and consumer electronics. Founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei, the company became 83rd of Fortune 500 in Fortune Magazine in 2017. Though initially the company specialized on phone switches and telecommunication services exclusively, it has since significantly expanded its product range to smartphones, tablets, wearables, smart home devices, tech accessories, memory sticks and so much more. "Make it possible" — the company's brand manifesto displays the emotional connection between Huawei and customers.
Huawei has become one of the giant mobile phone manufacturer of the world in recent years, even approaching the position that the current leader, Samsung and surpassing rivals of the likes of LG, Sony, HTC or Blackberry. The Chinese idiograms that make up the Huawei phone brand sign could be translated as "achievement", "magnificent act" or "splendid act".
Huawei mobiles has evolved in recent years but the main push came with the Ascend family that in 2014 lost this name to be called only Huawei P8, Huawei P8 Lite, Huawei Mate 8, Huawei P9, P10 and so on each year.
Currently, the different ranges of Huawei models that exist in the market range from a wide selection of entry-level phones, the most significant being the Huawei Y5 II. However, the most prominent Huawei smartphones are those of the P series and the Mate. In this sense, in 2017 the Huawei P10 phone was launched, which has come along with the version for the mid-range, the Huawei P10 Lite, as well as the Huawei P10 Plus, the most complete model.
At the same time, Huawei phone catalog has another series of key terminals, Huawei Mate, being the last launch in October 2016 Huawei Mate 9, which also had a special edition with Porsche. This would be the model "phablet" star of the brand that comes to compete in the market of large-screen phones.
Among the different families that we find in the catalog of Huawei smartphones, there are different types of Mate that stand out because they have the biggest screens and that face the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, the P that are the standard high range, the lite for the middle ranges and the Y that encompass the cheapest models of the brand.
Parallel to the line of low cost smartphones offered through its Honor brand. At the smae time, Huawei's own models are also characterized by a good balance in quality / price ratio although generally something above in specifications.
Huawei is one of the few manufacturers that choose to create their own processors instead of choosing Qualcomm or Mediatek as is usual in other Android manufacturers (except Samsung that has Exynos). In the case of Huawei we find SoC HiSilicon, which in its most powerful version corresponds to the Kirin 970 which has a neural processing unit (NPU), the first step in artificial intelligence for mobiles.
The Huawei is very creative among many Chinese brands. Currently, Huawei is one of the three major brands that develop their own processors (the other two are Apple and Samsung).
His latest proof that he can create technology to improve our experience as users is the Hisilicon Kirin 970 chipset -included in Mate 10. It is, as the brand said, the first chip with an integrated neural processor to enable it with artificial intelligence . In this way, the phone can detect things without having to connect to the cloud to obtain information.
Thanks to that, you can recognize more than 100 million images (up to 2 thousand per minute in laboratory tests). You can also recognize things or scenes to suggest one of the 13 modes your camera has and, finally, use machine learning to, in conjunction with artificial intelligence, optimize the use of the phone so that it behaves as when you took it out of the box for the next 18 months.
To this, it is worth adding the associations that the brand currently has. The most important, without a doubt, is with Leica, the prestigious German brand with which it works to create the cameras of its high-end phones. But there is also what they have with harman / kardon for the audio of their tablets or the one they have with Porsche to create the Porsche Design variant of their Mate series.
Huawei was not born as a company that manufactures cell phones and tablets. Its main business is telecommunications. In fact, they arrived in Mexico many years ago to provide mobile connectivity, but decided to bring their cellulare just to make four.
Why is this important? Very simple: Huawei uses all the experience it has in its antenna and telecommunications business to create phones with excellent voice and data connection capabilities, as well as equipping them with a wide variety of mobile frequency bands so that they can be used in many countries without any problem.
Thanks to this, somehow, Huawei ensures that the possibility that you have bad reception, a call is cut or the mobile data connection is reduced.
In this post, we take a look at some of the most popular Huawei products available right here on GearBest — and at great prices as well.
In addition to the new processor, the new Huawei Mate 10 integrates other new features such as water resistance, HDR10, a new evolution of the agreement with Leica that this time includes its own lenses instead of a simple certification and the elongated screen format 18: 9. The worst thing is that Huawei has also decided to eliminate the audio jack in its Pro version.
The Huawei P20 Pro is Huawei's current flagship in which he is betting everything on the AI and its triple main camera with a lightfusion sensor, another monochrome and another telephoto lens with which, in collaboration with Leica, he gets a large pixel size 4 μm, photos up to 40 megapixels, zoom 5x hybrid, image stabilizer AI or record in super slow motion from 960 fps to 720p.
Huawei P10 Plus stood out for being the first model of the brand to make the leap to the QHD screen resolution in its main high-end range of 5.5 inches, for re-betting on Leica certification for a rear dual camera more careful than ever and because it will be the model with more memory, having 128 GB expandable and 6 GB of RAM.
The Huawei P9 needs no special introduction. One of Huawei’s most popular phone models sports a 5.2 inch FHD screen and is powered by the Kirin 650 Octa Core processor. You get 3GB RAM and 16GB ROM onboard and the convenience of Android 6.0 operating system. With dual SIM standby, you can have two separate accounts on one device — a great feature for efficiently keeping your work and personal life apart.
You get to cameras: 13.0MP rear camera + 8.0MP front camera. The phone comes with a nice thin-bezel design — 76.4% of its screen. The alloy frame makes the phone no prone to damage — plus it looks great in all the available colors: white, gold and black.
NOTE: The smartphone is currently on flash sale and can be yours for a great price of just $159.99.
Make full use of Huawei P9’s great cameras with this quality selfie stick.
The selfie stick comes with a tripod mount and a Bluetooth 3.0 remote control. The stick runs on just one CR2025 button cell battery and sports a working distance of 10 meters. One of the highlights of the model is 360 degree rotation, which allows you to experiment with angles and add variety to your selfies.
The body is made of durable aluminum alloy and the rod is anti-slip, which ensures you always have a good grip when taking photos. The phone clip range is 56 - 85mm and the whole construction is pretty lightweight at just 16 grams.
Staying fit is no easy task — and that may be why you can find so many smart bracelets on the market. In fact, no relatively big smartphone brand goes without accompanying its range of phones with at least a few sports bracelet options. Huawei is no exception.
The HUAWEI Band 3 Smartband is made with the original Huawei chip and features built-in activity tracking, filtered notifications and multiple time zones. With Bluetooth 4.2, the band efficiently communicates with your smartphone (both Android and iOS). With low power consumption and long connecting distance, the fit band is perfect for use during training sessions and comes with a number of helpful extras like a sleep monitor and a Bluetooth headset — so you can easily make and receive calls on-the-go.
Complete your smartphone set with Huawei earbuds. Thanks to the magnetic absorption design, you can be sure that the earphones will stay in place throughout even the most strenuous workout. With Bluetooth 4.1, you also won’t have to deal with wires getting in the way — enjoy the ultimate freedom of movement. The earphones come with efficient noise canceling, and you get a microphone as well, so you will be able to receive and make calls on-the-go.
One of the greatest things about this set of earbuds is the long battery life: 10 whole days on standby and 11 hours of non-stop music playing. With sweat and water-proof protection, the earphones are perfectly suited for an active lifestyle and you won’t have to stay "no" to jogging in the rain.
The Huawei E8372 router is a new LTE category router and one of the company’s bestselling router models. Let’s take a closer look:
● LTE+ WiFi sharing: easier and more convenient with this model. All you need to do is plug in the router into the laptop’s USB port and instantly share your connection with other devices.
● Multiple user support: the router can work with up to 10 devices. And this opens the door to great sharing possibilities — you can now easily spread the connection and share it with family and friends.
● High-speed connection: up to 150 Mbps.
● Stay connected on the road: the modem can be plugged into the car charger and provides a fast WiFi environment within your vehicle.
● Easy control: the control would be easier thanks to the Huawei Mobile WiFi app available for both Android and iOS devices.
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