Samsung had the best smartphone cameras on the market a few years ago, but I’ve felt it’s lagged behind Google, Apple, and Huawei the last generation or two. DxOMark and other reviewers seemed to agree. With the Galaxy S9, Samsung wants the crown back. Show More Summary
Coming in 8.4- and 10.8-inch models, the tablets are primed for watching video.
Huawei's latest laptop adds more ports and privacy features.
In the race to win the 5G market, China’s Huawei took another step forward today when it announced what it claims is the first commercially available 5G chipset. Called the Balong 5G01, the company says it is compliant with the recent standards that were locked down last December by industry group 3GPP. While 5G is […]
At Mobile World Congress 2018, Huawei today unveiled the HUAWEI MateBook X Pro, the world’s first FullView Touch-screen notebook with a stunning 91% screen-to-body ratio. The HUAWEI MateBook X Pro combines a metal uni-body design with a sandblast finish for contemporary finesse and it will be available in Space Gray and Mystic Silver. Show More Summary
Latest Android slates come in 10.8- and 8.4-inch flavors, with optional pen input and a desktop mode. Your options for good, cheap Android tablets a pretty limited these days. Samsung's Tab S3 line is the go-to option for many in the West. Show More Summary
Huawei today announced upgrades to its laptop and tablet lineup today at a press conference held a day before the start of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Chinese company showed off the new Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop and the MediaPad M5 to press and analysts gathered at the city’s Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona, […]
Huawei is betting big on its mobile computing division and the Matebook X Pro has several features that help it stand apart from other computers. Let's take a closer look.
Huawei MediaPad M5 brings video, audio and gaming together in the ultimate media tablet.
The competition to remove as much bezel from laptop displays is narrowing — the new Huawei MateBook X Pro stretches the screen to edges. All the edges. Death to bezels. Dell's XPS 13 lopped off the side and top bezels, but kept a significant chin below. Show More Summary
Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. It was a very Apple-like moment for Huawei: At the company's press...Show More Summary
Tablets may not be the most exciting product category these days, but they also aren’t quite as dead as some pundits would like you to believe — and for Huawei, they are actually a growing business. Indeed, the company argues that it’s now the third largest tablet maker in the world. It’s no surprise then that the company today unveiled two (or three, depending on how… Read More
You'd be forgiven for thinking that premium Android tablets were on the way out. While you'll see occasional high-end entries like the Galaxy Tab S3, many are low-cost slates that don't exactly push the boundaries of design. Huawei,Show More Summary
When Huawei unveiled its first true laptop barely a year ago, it was a slightly more useful MacBook lookalike. While the MateBook X looked a lot like Apple's device, it offered some minor changes that alleviated common grievances, including the MacBook's solo USB-C port and its barely-there key travel. Show More Summary
The Matebook X Pro laptop takes a unique approach to webcam placement.
“Guess where there webcam is,” asked a Huawei executive as the new MateBook Pro X was passed around room full of tech reporters. After a couple of minutes of confused searching – is it hidden in the tiny bezel? behind the LCD? – someone figured it out. Show More Summary
BARCELONA, ESP – The headline of Huawei’s launch program at Mobile World Congress is not a smartphone, but a laptop. Over the last two years Huawei has introduced itself to the PC market by way of the Matebook line, and the halo product for 2017 was the Huawei Matebook X. Show More Summary
BARCELONA, ESP – One of the questions we get now and again as AnandTech editors is to suggest what high-end Android tablets a person should buy. The truth of the matter is, aside from the mêlée of Chinese low-end tablets or ones like Alcatel that use quad-A53 processors, there have been no serious updates to this space. Show More Summary