Charging speed is not something people normally consider when buying a new smartphone. This is foolish oversight. There's nothing quite so annoying as being forced to wait around for your phone to finish charging - especially when it's heaps sluggish. So which brand is the fastest of them all?
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There was a time when laptops were filled with compromises. They were slower and had crappier screens than their desktop counterparts. But times have changed with mobile tech now pervasive and laptops sporting powerful performance, high-end specs and some of the best screens you've ever seen. Each year, the bar is raised a little higher. So, what's the best laptop of 2018?
With Huawei passing Apple as the most prolific smartphone maker on the planet and OPPO now sitting in fifth position and rising, much of the smartphone innovation we're seeing is coming from Chinese phone makers rather that the traditional Samsung and Apple powerhouses. Oppo's plans for a folding phone have been revealed and an accidental leak reveals Huawei is doing something completely different.
A new era is dawning in the world of smartphones. The standard form factor is evolving with major phone makers leaking plans or announcing new models with foldable displays that offer lots more screen without sacrificing portability. Here's everything we know about the folding phone plans from Samsung, LG, Huawei, Lenovo and Apple.
The Huawei Matebook X Pro is considered to be one of the best laptops of 2018. You can currently buy it from the Microsoft Store for $300 off! But you'll need to hurry - stock is limited and the deal will be ending in a few days. Here are the details.
Huawei's Matebook X Pro finally provides a real competitor for the MacBook Pro, and the good news is it's now available for pre-order in Australia! If you're thinking of jumping the Apple ship, or just looking for a new laptop, here's what you need to know.
The Huawei Mate20 and Mate20 Pro won't be available until November 1 - but you can pre-order them now from Optus and Vodafone. Here's how the plans compare.
Huawei has released their all new Mate 20 Pro and it looks like a sensational device. Huawei has managed to leapfrog Apple and Samsung to produce a smartphone that offers features we've not seen before as well as integrating some of the best ideas from other devices. So, why would you buy the Huawei Mate 20 Pro? Here are five reasons.
Today Huawei unveiled two new flagship smartphones: the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. Boasting a next-gen Kirin 980 processor, an AI-powered triple camera crafted by Leica, a truly massive 4200mAh battery and an in-screen fingerprint sensor, the Mate20 Pro is a serious contender for smartphone of the year. Here's everything Australians need to know.
In an era of leaks and constant rumours about new devices, Huawei managed to do something not many other manufacturers have managed - it released a product no-one anticipated. The Huawei Mate 20 X is the Chinese smartphone maker's latest phablet - a 7.2-inch portable computing powerhouse that gives those looking for a single device to breach the gap between their smartphone and their tablet a new option. Here's everything you need to know.
Huawei lifted the curtains on its Mate20 Pro smartphone today during a special launch event in London. In the wake of all those laser-precision leaks, there weren't many surprises during the launch. One thing we weren't expecting were pre-order goodies that actually don't suck.
All eyes were on Huawei today for the launch of the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. In a rare audience blindside, the company unveiled a third phone - the gargantuan 7.2-inch Android pitched squarely at hardcore gamers. Say hello to the Huawei Mate 20 X.
Huawei will be unveiling its latest flagship smartphone - the Mate 20 Pro - tonight. This new model promises to up the ante on the market leaders, Samsung and Apple, as the smartphone market undergoes a solid round of innovation following a couple of years or incremental improvements. So, what does Huawei have in store? Here are five things you need to know about the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
If you're not already, you should be paying attention to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. For a few years now Huawei's flagship smartphones have competed on the level of Samsung and Apple's more expensive offerings - especially when it comes to photography. Now, the Mate 20 Pro will allegedly lift Huawei's game even further.
How big is too big when it comes to a smartphone? A few years ago, some people (iPhone users, mainly) would have said anything over four inches. Nowadays, six inches is closer to the mark.
However, Huawei reckons there's still room in our pockets for one more inch (ooh-er!) Behold the Honor Note 10.