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Huawei debuts new Kirin 970 chip with advanced AI processing

At the IFA 2017 event in Berlin last week, phone maker Huawei pulled the wraps off its latest flagship chipset, the Kirin 970. The new processor looks to greatly improve the company’s future smartphones by allowing native AI processing to be combined with cloud-based AI. Huawei says that on-device AI powered by the Kirin 970 helps address issues like…

Huawei won’t make any more ‘very low-end’ smartphones

For some consumers, Chinese company Huawei is synonymous with ‘cheap phones’ — you can still find some of its handsets in convenience stores downtown, big-box stores and online auction websites for very low prices, but those days are numbered. The company has big ambitions — namely to dethrone Apple and Samsung in terms of market share —…

Huawei Mate 9 Reviewed

The Huawei Mate 9 represents a real maturation of Huawei in a number of areas – most importantly in the company’s dedication to a solid final product. What we’ve seen from Huawei in the past is a set of fairly good or really great components mixed with questionable execution. Here in the year 2017, Huawei…

Huawei at MWC 2017: Meet the P10, Watch 2

At Mobile World Congress 2017 today, China’s Huawei (and our fave) unveiled its latest pair of flagship smartphones in the form of the new P10 and P10 Plus as well as the Watch 2 an Watch 2 Classic. Along with a typical assortment of new features and specs, Huawei is once again making use of…

Have you seen Opel’s Insignia Sports Tourer though?

General Motors’ Germany-based Opel division is filling every gap in its lineup with a crossover, but it’s not giving up on the station wagon. The brand has introduced the long-roof variant of the new Insignia a few weeks ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Auto Show. The Opel Insignia Sports Tourer is part…

These Huawei phones will get Android Nougat first

By this time, most smartphone manufacturers have already either rolled out Android 7.0 Nougat to their top devices are have promised that “soon”. That’s true for LG, Sony, and even Samsung. Not to be outdone, Huawei has chimed in to say which ones will be lucky enough to get the update. And while the Huawei…

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