Huawei had some tablets to show at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, but that’s about all because the company has scheduled its own private event that will go down later in March. It will be at that time when the Chinese manufacturer introduces new P20 flagship smartphones, as opposed to MWC 2018 where Samsung stole the thunder. According to a new report, something else could make an appearance at the event, and that’s a Huawei Watch 3.
This week at MWC 2018 in Barcelona, Huawei announced two MediaPad M5 Android tablets for 2018. It’s only day two at the conference, and we already have a selection of new mobiles to play around with. The MediaPad M5 and MediaPad M5 Pro, however, are the only Android tablets we’ve seen, and yeah, in quite a while.
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.
The most dissapointing news that struck media and consumers at CES 2018 was the fact AT&T called off its deal with Huawei. The US carrier was expected to be first to sell a Huawei smartphone in the US, but we later found out why the carrier passed on Huawei’s expansion plan. According to the latest report, Verizon will follow AT&T’s lead and not offer a Huawei smartphone either.
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.