Huawei is in Las Vegas at CES 2018, and the company’s Honor division just announced full details on the Honor View10. The upper mid-range handset will battle others in its category overseas, and eventually see US availability. We had heard some rumors heading into CES 2018 about a new Honor device, and now we have one. Let us explore it in more detail.
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.
CES 2018 is less than one week away, and Huawei is expected to headline this year’s show with a new smartphone or two. To our understanding, the model(s) that the Chinese headquartered company will showcase is unconfirmed. But the company’s next generation P-series Android smartphones sound like a good prediction. The trio of devices appeared in leaked renders over the holiday weekend, confirming earlier information we received.
As a manufacturer, the last thing you want to leak is your entire annual product roadmap. This was the case for Huawei, who’s 2018 roadmap surfaced in the wild earlier this week. Thanks to it and all it glory, we have a good idea as to what to expect out of Huawei next year.
Confirmed on Monday by Huawei President, Richard Yu, a flagship smartphone will hit US shores in 2018 and be sold on cell carriers. The Chinese headquartered company has been battling with Apple over second place in the global smartphone race, and what better to do than expand to one of today’s largest smartphone markets, the United States.
A new Huawei smartphone is on the forecast, and rumors are just starting to emerge. The Chinese company will announce its Huawei P10 successor, presumably the Huawei P11, some time within the next few months. Interestingly though, the latest leak suggests that the Android flagship phone will bring not one, not two, but three rear cameras.
In November, Huawei announced Honor 7X, the successor of last year’s widely successful Honor 6X. Despite giving us information on the latest Honor creation, the company didn’t confirm plans to release the phone in the US territory, that is until today.
Chinese brand Huawei is poised to expand the Honor 7X to other parts of the globe including the United States as it hopes to usher in a dash of eastern flair in a market that’s so dominated by western technology.