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  • Huawei shipped 108 million smartphones for #3 in the world, more collaborations coming in 2016

    Huawei shipped 108 million smartphones for #3 in the world, more collaborations coming in 2016

    Apart from the Huawei Mate 8 and other CES 2016 announcementsHuawei also revealed that they managed to ship 108 million smartphones for 2015, gaining the #3 position in the global smartphone market and the top smartphone position in China. Revenues were more than $20 billion for 2015, almost a 70 percent increase over 2014.

    Huawei attributes this success to continuous collaborations made with other top brands such as Google (resulting in the Huawei Nexus 6P), Swarovski (resulting in new Huawei Watch designs)  and Harmon Kardon (resulting in the MediaPad M2 tablets). Here in Malaysia, Huawei not only rolled out the Nexus 6P, Mate S and Honor 7 but also started off their Smart City solution. According to Huawei, 2016 will involve more collaborations, building upon the momentum of their achievements in 2015.

  • Huawei Mate 8 global launch a sign of it coming to Malaysia soon?

    Huawei Mate 8 global launch a sign of it coming to Malaysia soon?

    Huawei recently announced the global launch of the Huawei Mate 8 globally at CES 2016. Featuring tech specs that include the latest Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 950 processor, the Mate 8 ups the ante from its previous devices (Huawei Nexus 6P and Huawei Mate S) by also including a 6-inch display, 16MP rear camera with OIS (optical image stabilization) and phase detection autofocus with a 4000 mAh battery. You can see the full tech spec comparison with our comparison tool but it looks like with the global launch the Mate 8 could soon be coming to Malaysia (further supported by a poster from Huawei Device APAC of the Mate 8).

    No Malaysia release dates or pricing details but the Mate 8 is currently going from 599 euros (RM2831) for the 3GB RAM/32GB storage version and 699 euros (RM3303) for the 4GB RAM / 64GB storage version. At its initial launch the three variants costs were the 3GB + 32 GB model for CNY 2999 (RM1985.09), 4GB + 64GB for CNY 3699 (RM2448.43) and 4GB + 128GB for CNY 4399 (RM2911.78). 

  • Huawei Mate S vs Huawei G8 comparison video

    Huawei Mate S vs Huawei G8 comparison video

    While both the Huawei Mate S and Huawei G8 offer a similar design, both are significantly different. We take a look how differently both smartphones are designed in our comparison video below. You can also check out the complete tech specs comparison between the two using our Huawei Mate S vs Huawei G8 tech specs comparison tool.

  • Huawei G8 hands-on video

    Huawei G8 hands-on video

    The Huawei G8 offers a full metal body complete with fingerprint sensor and 5.5-inch display with full HD resolution. While it does follow a design similar to the Huawei Mate S, it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor and is certainly priced a lot lower at RM1250 (the Huawei Mate S is priced at RM2698). Check out our hands-on video of the Huawei G8 below for a closer look.

  • Huawei G8 unboxing video

    Huawei G8 unboxing video

    The Huawei G8 follows in the footsteps of the Huawei Mate S with a similar design and features. Available as low as RM1250, this metal body smartphone comes with tech specs that include a fingerprint sensor and Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor. Want to know what else is included in the box? Find out in our unboxing video for the Huawei G8.

  • Huawei Mate S unboxing and hands-on videos

    Huawei Mate S unboxing and hands-on videos

    We recently got some time with the beautiful looking Huawei Mate S so we did an unboxing and hands-on video. Featuring a premium metal build and super thin design at RM2698, the Mate S also features tech specs like a fingerprint sensor and 5.5-inch full HD display. A 13MP rear camera with optical image stabilization and 8MP front camera with LED flash rounds things up features-wise but Huawei have been generous enough to also include a free original flip case. You can see for yourself in the unboxing and hands-on videos in this article.

  • A "Wei" To Christmas Guide by Huawei

    A "Wei" To Christmas Guide by Huawei

    Having trouble what to get for your friends and family? Fret not, Huawei is here to help with a “Wei To Christmas Gift Guide” (you see what they did there?). The list below will assist you on which of the devices are suitable for your friends and family, so without further ado...

  • Rumours: Samsung Galaxy S7 copying the 3D Touch feature from Apple?

    Rumours: Samsung Galaxy S7 copying the 3D Touch feature from Apple?

    So according to the Wall Street Journal, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are to be released early next year and will feature a pressure-sensitive display on their new device. If you think the feature sounds familiar, it is...because it’s basically like a 3D Touch from the Apple iPhone 6siPhone 6s Plus and the Huawei Mate S

    If this is true, then the reason why Samsung is doing so is to compete with Apple next year. As you may be aware, rumours have it that Apple is planning the “iPhone 6c” along with the second generation of Apple Watch some time in March. Whereas Samsung could announce the new Galaxy series at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona around February.

  • TechNave Christmas Gift Guide 2015

    TechNave Christmas Gift Guide 2015

    Christmas is just around the corner and you may be thinking about what to get your tech gadget loving family. So are we and as such we've compiled a list of the Top tech gadgets we'd get for our own loved ones for Christmas.

  • Rumours: Huawei Mate 8 to be revealed on 26 November 2015?

    Rumours: Huawei Mate 8 to be revealed on 26 November 2015?

    Wow, just when you thought Huawei will go back to sleep after releasing the Huawei Mate S in Malaysia at the end of last month and now they have teased us with a possible announce date for the Huawei Mate 8. The Internet being the Internet has also resulted in a few leaked pictures of the smartphone.

    Whatever their plans may be, it looks like they’re trying to do a double kill with the speculated Kirin chip scheduled for 5 November (one more day!). According to Mobile-dad.com, the Huawei Mate 8 is likely to be powered by the new Kirin 950 processor. Release date for the Mate 8 is rumoured to be dated early December after its unveiling on 26 November (if that actually is the case).