It's not the first but hopefully it's the last. Huawei's Mate X folding smartphone has suffered yet another delay, according to a report from TechRadar. Though it was slated for a September release this year, the Mate X has been pushed back even further
uawei has finally unveiled its ‘Android replacement’ first party operating system (OS), called Harmony OS (previously known as HongMeng).
Honor, a subdivision of Huawei, is here to stay. The company is actively making plans to launch new smartphones, both at home and globally. It’s going to take more than a collection of politicians to slow down the prime value choice in the smartphone world.
Huawei has produced some of our favourite flagship smartphones, which means we're hella excited to get our hands on the Mate 30 Pro - Android or not.
Even though Huawei has fought through a rough couple of months, the company is set on releasing its own (OS), codenamed HongMeng, into the world.
Huawei may be in a spot of bother at the moment but that doesn't mean the company's just going to fold up shop and go home. The pending launch of a new mid-range smartphone, the Huawei Y9 Prime (2019), is a testament to that. Stuff was present at a media event where the Chinese company showed off its first pop-up selfie camera smartphone to land in SA and it sure looks like Huawei's here to stay.
In this week's Light Start, Huawei's OS has a new name, The Great Hack hits Netflix, Microsoft is closing some games, and Resident Evil 3 gets an upgrade.
Renders of the supposed Galaxy Note 10 has leaked via MySmartPrice and WinFuture, who say that they’ve obtained official press images.
Amidst the US/China trade tensions, South Africa has pledged its support towards Huawei. Especially with the imminent rollout of 5G in the country.