Huawei has been going through some rough times, and today it’s having a really tough day. Trusted sources discovered what appear to be fake reviews on the Best Buy site, left for the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. Here’s what we know.
Despite recent setbacks for the Chinese OEM, Huawei will continue its efforts to sell smartphones in the United States. The company doesn’t ring too many bells in what is a large market for phones, but with help from popular retails, Huawei is poised to retain second in global smartphone market share.
Last week, we reported here that Huawei worked with AT&T for it to be the first US carrier to ever carry a Huawei smartphone in the US, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. However, at CES 2018, we learned unfortunate news that the deal was apparently called off. We are yet to obtain info as to why the proposed deal crumbled, but we do know that Huawei will continue its expansion efforts with hope to stay in front of Apple in [Read More]
Leading up to CES 2018, many speculated that AT&T would be the first US carrier to supply a Huawei smartphone. This followed word from the manufacturer’s own CEO, who detailed that a US carrier would carry a Huawei flagship smartphone in 2018. Huawei held a press conference yesterday in Las Vegas, but instead of announcing US carrier support like most of us expected, the company simply talked about its plans for expanding to the US without a carrier’s involvement.
Huawei looks to finally play serious with the big guys on US shores beginning in February by releasing Mate 10 on AT&T. This is according to an article from The Information and follows up on earlier word from Huawei’s own president of consumer electronics.
The Huawei Mate 10 family is due to be unveiled on October 16, a little under two weeks from now, and we’ve already seen several leaks and rumors about the devices. The latest set of leaks shows off the Huawei Mate 10 Pro in three colors.
Huawei has an event scheduled to happen October 16 on international soil. The company is expected to reveal Mate 10, a flagship successor to last year’s Mate 9 smartphone. Earlier this week, a famous tipster shared a leaked render of the device, giving us an early glimpse of what it may entail.
Amazon Prime day has returned for 2018 and it begins today! Amazon has run the deal day every year since 2015, making this the fourth annual Amazon deal holiday. For those unfamiliar, every summer Amazon runs a variety of promotions on its retail website during a randomly assigned date. The retail giant is going bigger than ever before with 36 hours of deals this year that go live at 3PM EDT on July 16. There are to be some huge discounts and some [Read More]