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  • 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: New Huawei Watch for women?

    Rumours: New Huawei Watch for women?

    According to new rumours, a new Huawei Watch is currently under development and the wearable will be aiming at a new target audience - the ladies.

    Reports suggest the wearable design will be “rounder”, more elegant and coming in “feminine-looking” bands. Watch faces will also be designed to fit the female audience’s taste, don’t be surprised if the colour options are gold and rose gold which has been quite popular among the women. 

  • Huawei Nexus 6P and Huawei Watch coming to Malaysia at RM2698 and RM1799 on 10 December

    Huawei Nexus 6P and Huawei Watch coming to Malaysia at RM2698 and RM1799 on 10 December

    The Huawei Nexus 6P and Huawei Watch have officially landed in Malaysia today at surprise, surprise RM2698 and RM1799. Both devices are full metal but the Huawei Watch does come with a Black Metal plated version at RM1999. The full metal unibody Nexus 6P comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a fingerprint sensor, dual front speakers, USB Type-C ports and a 12.3MP rear camera with super large 1.55-micron pixel Sony sensor that can record 4K video at 30fps. The equally premium looking Huawei Watch on the other hand sports a round 1.4-inch AMOLED display with 400 x 400 pixel resolution. 

    Both devices will be available starting 10 December 2015 at VMALL.my and Lazada but if you're looking to get up close and personal with them, they will only be available at the Huawei concept stores late next week. You'll still have to buy them online but the first 600 to do so will get a free Google Chromecast. Huawei Malaysia are planning to bring in a number of cases and straps and accessories but there are still no specific Malaysia release dates.

  • Huawei Watch to receive new updates soon

    Huawei Watch to receive new updates soon

    Good news Huawei fans (or rather Huawei Watch users lol), Huawei Watch updates are coming soon via over-the-air and it should arrive perhaps next month. The update will automatically notify you whenever it’s available, find out how to update; and other new improvements and features that are to come in this article.

  • 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.

  • Special Edition Huawei Watch by Barnaba Fornasetti, Huawei and Vogue China revealed

    Special Edition Huawei Watch by Barnaba Fornasetti, Huawei and Vogue China revealed

    The Huawei Watch special edition was recently revealed by Huawei Consumer Business Group (BG) and styled by renowned Italian designer Barnaba Fornasetti for the guests at Vogue China's tenth anniversary party at Milan Fashion Week 28 September 2015. The watch is made of modern technology, design and art represents a collaboration between Huawei, Vogue China and Fornasetti. The smart watch allows users to stay online wherever they are, with calls, texts, instant messages and email notifications.

  • Huawei Watch announced, coming to Malaysia soon

    Huawei Watch announced, coming to Malaysia soon

    Apart from their Huawei Mate S and Huawei G8 smartphones, Huawei also announced that their very premium looking Huawei Watch will soon be shipping globally. Granted, Malaysia may not see it this month in September 2015 but we should be getting it in the next couple of months. Featuring a round watch face and 1.4-inch AMOLED display with 400 x 400 pixel resolution the Huawei Watch looks like a traditional watch with a physical crown. The diplay also has two layers of scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass while the body is made from 316L stainless steel. Tech specs will include a a Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, a heart rate monitor and a 300 mAh battery which can last about 2 days on normal use. Bands include black leather, steel link, stainless steel mesh and stainless steel and black link bracelet, alligator pressed brown leather and rose gold plated link bracelet. The body also comes in Black DLC coated stainless steel or Rose Gold-plated stainless steel with pricing starting from $349 (RM1473) to $799 (RM3384). No specific Malaysia release dates but it will begin shipment on 17 September 2015. Stay tuned and we'll keep you updated.

  • Huawei collaborates with KL Fashion Week with Huawei P8

    Huawei collaborates with KL Fashion Week with Huawei P8

    Huawei Malaysia recently showed of its fashion mettle doing a collaboration with the recent KL Fashion Week 2015. Featuring the Huawei P8 and first official appearance of the Huawei Watch, the show also saw the latest collection from  popular Malaysian actress-cum-fashion designer, Nur Fazura. In conjunction with the KL Fashion Week Huawei Malaysia also organized the #WeiToFashion promotion which starts from 14 August 2015 and ends on 13 September 2015 aimed style-conscious Malaysians who are looking to Huawei for beautiful smart devices. Those who wish to participate can drop by any nearby Huawei store and purchase the Huawei P8 then fill out the contest form with proof of purchase to enter the #WeiToFashion promotion and the opportunity to win some awesome prizes.

  • Huawei CarFi announced for your mobile in-car WiFi hotspot

    Huawei CarFi announced for your mobile in-car WiFi hotspot

    Apart from all the wearables like the Huawei Watch and TalkBand B2, Huawei have also announced their Huawei CarFi. While it looks like any other car plugin MP3 player it instead offers a WiFi hotspot that can deliver up to 150 Mbps of 4G LTE Cat4 connectivity for up to 10 devices. It can even charge your mobile device and can be transferred to different vehicles with minimal fuss. Huawei actually put it into on the spot field testing by offering it in 400 branded vehicles for the MWC 2015. Here's what they had to say about it:

    “At Huawei, we aim to be one step ahead in providing great technology that meets connectivity needs in every aspect of life. As a leader in mobile broadband delivering next-generation LTE networks, Huawei devices such as Huawei CarFi Make it Possible for people to enjoy the freedom of connectivity on the move. Automotive connectivity, known in the industry as telematics, is a significant trend that will provide safety, convenience, and infotainment in the future.” Steven Liu, Vice President of Mobile Broadband and Home Product Line, Huawei Consumer Business Group. 

    Designed to be power-saving for your car as well, the CarFi automatically turns off when no WiFi compatible devices are around. Nor does it overheat thanks to a built-in self-regulating protection function. While it looks good with a checkered wood and carbon fiber exterior, it is fairly easy to use with a single "on" button. It can also be remote controlled via Android and iOS devices through the Huawei Hilink app. No news yet when we may see the Huawei CarFi or any specific Malaysia release dates and pricing details, but it could eventually reach us through Huawei Malaysia.

  • Huawei Watch officially announced with round steel frame and sapphire crystal

    Huawei Watch officially announced with round steel frame and sapphire crystal

    While it did get unveiled by ads a little too early, Huawei officially announced their first Android Wear smartwatch with the Huawei Watch. Powered by Android Wear, the Watch is round and made into a 42mm diameter cold-forged stainless steel frame. Other tech specs and features include a Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB RAM, Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, 1.4-inch touch-sensitive AMOLED display, scratch proof sapphire crystal lens, heart-rate monitor and 6-axis motion sensors. The 1.4-inch round AMOLED display offers a 400 x 400 pixel resolution with 10000:1 contrast ratio while the body features a crown as well. It is coming in black, gold and silver, with various interchangeable metal, leather and other material straps. The Huawei Watch is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and comes with the usual health tracking features but the sensors should offer some other features as well. Unfortunately, no Malaysia release dates or pricing details yet. It is headed for Singapore with the first batch, so we expect third-party sellers to have the Huawei Watch available first for now.