Huawei is accepting submissions for its Mobile Film Festival, and your 90-second trailer could get you a Huawei Mate 9 and more.
New 'Agate Red' and 'Topaz Blue' hues make the Mate 9 more colorful. Huawei's Mate 9, now six months old, has stood the test of time well, continuing to rank among the best big-screened Android phones you can buy. Today the Chinese firm has launched two new Mate 9 colors in its home market — Agate Red and Topaz Blue. Show More Summary
The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in Agate Red and Topaz Blue as well in China starting May 14. Everything else remains unchanged.
Hey everyone, we’re back again for day 10 of our 20 day giveaway celebration of AnandTech’s 20 th anniversary. Starting us off this morning is Huawei. We haven’t had a phone giveaway in a couple of days now, so the rising Chinese smartphone manufacturer is supplying us with a set of their latest phones. Show More Summary
Amazon Alexa has finally come to a smartphone. The US version of the Huawei Mate 9 recently received a software update containing Amazon’s virtual assistant. Now that Google Assistant is on [...]
Alexa is poised for a major breakout. Over the past few months, Amazon’s AI assistant has expanded to the iPhone in the Amazon app, Android with the Huawei Mate 9, and gotten a camera upgrade with the fashion-minded Echo Look. But a new leak suggests Amazon has even bigger plans for Alexa. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The new HiKey 960 Android developer board has the same system on chip as Huawei's Mate 9.
Following Huawei's admission that multiple memory configurations exist on the P10, mention of UFS 2.1 on the Mate 9 product page has been removed.
It’s been less than a month already since the tech giant Google has released a developer preview for the new Android O. However, we already know a thing or two about it. Up until now, we got a reminder that the release targets developers only, so probably you shouldn’t play around with it if you’re not a developer. Show More Summary
Huawei has announced it has sold more than 5 million Mate 9s in the 5 months since it has launched. The company also revealed that the Huawei P9 is the first Huawei device to reach 12 million units sold.
Huawei has announced that it sold over 5 million units of the Mate 9 smartphone in the first four months of its availability.
Sales up 35% from Mate 8, manufacturer says. Huawei's big-screened Mate 9 was well received by critics, with overhauled software, a gigantic battery and a new dual-camera system. And it looks like the company's best "phablet" yet has apparently translated that into strong sales. Show More Summary
It’s no secret that Google are working hard and steadfast on their newest operating system project, the Android O. The Mountain View giant has begun developing the new OS for quite a while now, and it’s currently available for beta testing on some select Google Devices of the Nexus and Pixel variety. Show More Summary
One of the senior members of the XDA Developers forums is said to have gained access to an internal test build of the software.
The Huawei P10 brings all of the high end specs from the Mate 9 into a 5.1-inch form factor. The unique front-facing fingerprint scanner, dazzling color options, and advanced camera modes make this pocket-sized phone a joy to use.
The world of Huawei phones is a confusing one. The company has a couple of flagship lineages under its Huawei brand name — the smaller Huawei P, the larger Huawei P Plus, and the also-larger Huawei Mate phones. Huawei also has a sub-brand, Honor, which is also globally available, but has a stronger presence in the U.S. Show More Summary
Here's a great deal on a great phone. In our comparison between the LG V20 and Huawei Mate 9, I said both phones are fairly comparable in terms of performance, while the V20 has the edge in the camera department and the Mate 9 tops the battery tests. Show More Summary
It's time to call it: Amazon has conquered the smart home industry. From connected appliance makers and game creators to television networks and even financial institutions, everyone is jumping aboard the Alexa train. But Amazon is eyeing a new domain: your smartphone. Show More Summary