Huawei has managed for the first time to score a space with all major Australian carriers for the launch of their flagship Huawei P9, expected early July.
Huawei’s top-tier phablet, the Huawei Mate 8 will be launching in Australia in a less than a week, and Huawei Australia has today released pricing and availability details.
The Nexus 5X and 6P are two brilliant devices, we need not remind you, and at $100 off either model in any storage configuration, now might be the best time to snag one.
The Huawei Mate 8 was far from being all that Huawei announced at CES 2016, as the Huawei Watch will soon have two new models intended for the ladies out there, in both the Elegant and Jewel editions.
CES 2016 is well underway at this point and Huawei had an opportunity to talk about a broad range of products, as well as share news that Australia will be among the first countries outside China to receive its latest flagship, the Mate 8.
The Nexus 6P is a pretty pricey phone, let’s face it, but if this Optus deal is true, it could make it a far more attractive buy.
Hot off the back of LG’s confirmation of their Nexus 5X availability, the Nexus 6P from Huawei is having its details revealed.
The much anticipated wait for the Nexus 6P is now over, but it won’t be for long it seems.
Huawei’s latest offerings to the Australian market in the G8 smartphone and MediaPad M2 tablet just may be the right amount of high-end without breaking the bank.
Huawei’s first example of an Android Wear smartwatch, Huawei Watch will be made available through some big name stores nationwide when it launches on October 15.
Earlier this morning Google announced its first two Nexus handsets running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and the Huawei made Nexus 6P is one of them.
The Huawei Watch has been known to the world for six months now and soon it’ll be available in Australia.