Huawei unveils Android-based mini game console called Tron

Announcing its entry into the increasingly competitive console market, Chinese manufacturer Huawei has just unveiled its own mini-console called the "Tron".

The Tron, which was unveiled at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, runs on JellyBean (version 4.2.3) of Google's Android operating system.

Much-praised Web filtering service Homesafe is under Huawei’s control: BBC

China's controversial firm Huawei controls the pornography filtering system that has recently been praised by British Prime Minister David Cameron, the BBC has reported.

According to the report, Huawei's UK-based employees can decide which Web content the TalkTalk's filtering service Homesafe should block.

Huawei has repeatedly been accused of having close ties with the Chinese government, which has earned a notorious status for spying on other countries through Web.

Huawei introduces MediaPad 7 Vogue phablet

Huawei on Monday introduced the world to the new MediaPad Vogue 7 - a seven-inch tablet that can also be used as a phone.

The MediaPad Vogue 7 runs on Google's Android Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system, and features a 7-inch IPS LCD touchscreen that offers a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels.

It boasts Huawei's own K3V2 1.2GHz quadcore Cortex-A9 chipset in an aluminum-body casing and Emotion UI 1.5.

Huawei unveils its new Ascend D Quad handset

The eve of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, on Sunday witnessed the China-based telecoms biggie Huawei's unveiling of its newest offering in the smartphone arena --- the Huawei Ascend D Quad handset.

According to Richard Yu, manager of Huawei's devices division, the new Ascend D Quad will not only boast a notably bigger and sharper screen than the iPhone 4S, but will also have two times the processing power of the Samsung Galaxy Tab and other comparable handsets presently available in the market.

Huawei set to kick off several mobile and tablet related announcements at MWC 2012

At its press conference in connection with the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 - coming up next week in Barcelona, Spain -, Chinese firm Huawei will set the ball rolling for a number of mobile- and tablet-related announcements; as well as release some attention-grabbing devices, particularly with the aim of building up its brand in western Europe.

Huawei Honor Claims 3-Day Battery Back Up

Huawei, the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer will be coming up with a new Android smartphone and the company has claimed that the battery life of the gadget would be up to three days just on a single charge.

Huawei Honor will be powered by a 1.4 GHz processor and its RAM would be 512 MB with 4 GB of integrated storage that could be availed with a 32GB memory card.

It would be a 4-inch touch screen phone with 8-megapixel camera along with the front camera of 2 megapixels. It will have 1,900 mAh battery and micro USB port.

Chinese Telecom Device Maker Announces Up Coming Brands of Phone and Tablet

Following the ways of its rival counterpart ZTE, the Chinese telecom device maker, Huawei is reported to have announced last week the coming of its brand of mobile phones and tablets globally, which includes the UK market.

Also, this is said to be an addition to the huge steps taken by the company, and the UK based independent retail giant Phones 4U, has confirmed that it will join forces with Huawei to promote and sell the first two phones newly introduced by the company.

Huawei is just an inch away from London Underground deal

As per the sources, Huawei is very close to getting the London Underground deal. The Chinese manufacturer is going to provide all technical equipments for the project in which London Underground is trying to put up a mobile network in the tube before the start of 2012 Olympics.

Maintenance of the services is going to be done by Thales and it is going to be forming a partnership with its Chinese counterpart. The project is because of the continuous efforts of Boris Johnson, mayor of London. He has been trying hard to increase the Internet connectivity in the city.

Huawei sues Motorola to block asset transfer

China-based telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei has filed a lawsuit aimed at preventing Motorola from transferring assets to Nokia Siemens, claiming the deal would illegally transfer its intellectual property also.

In July last year, American firm Motorola agreed to sell its wireless infrastructure business to Nokia Siemens Networks for $1.2 billion.

Huawei’s two Android smartphones to hit UK stores later this year

Chinese electronics manufacturer Huawei Technologies announced at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas that its two handsets, viz. the Ideos X5 and Ideos X6, would hit the UK store shelves by the end of this year.

The larger of the two handsets, the Ideos X6 (which is also called the U9000) will come equipped with a 4.1-inch touchscreen and 1GHz processor. It will also feature Wi-Fi, A-GPS, HSDPA/HSUPA, an HDMI-out port and 720p HD-video capture and playback functionality.


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