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Science/Technology / Huawei Y6 II Brings Hisilicon Kirin To The Affordable Y-series Source: Http://w by Technation: 9:04am On Jan 03, 2017
Smartphones in Huawei’s Y-Series have always been the most affordable in Huawei’s big catalogue. The Y6 Pro (also G-Power) is still very much in the market but the company has already introduced a new member to the Y-series product line. Huawei Y6 II brings something new to the table, and it’s the company’s homegrown HiSilicon Kirin processor majorly found in it’s more expensive devices.
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Before now, all devices in the Y-Series sport MediaTek processors. According to a representative of the company, the move from a third-party chip on its budget-friendly product line to its own Kirin processor will help the company create a much better product with improved performance.
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Huawei Y6 II was actually released around September and it has been available in some Asian countries before now. The device comes with a 5.5-inch screen with HD resolution. A 13MP camera sits at the back while the selfie camera comes with an 8MP sensor. Huawei Y6 II runs on HiSilicon Kirin 620, an octacore processor clocked at 1.2GHz. Of course, there’s another CAM-L32 model powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 meant to be sold in certain markets.
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The Y6 II comes with a 3,000mAh non-removable battery and ships with Android Marshmallow which runs behind EMUI 4.1. The random access memory is pegged at 2GB and there’s a 16GB internal storage which is expandable with up to 128GB SD card. It is 4G-enabled and should work with Nigerian 4G networks based on the network bands seen on its specifications sheet.
As for the price, very little is known at the moment but there are speculations the retail value might be around 65,000.

Source: http://www.guruslodge.com/threads/huawei-y6-ii-brings-hisilicon-kirin-to-the-affordable-y-series.122007/#ixzz4UgSDFcBd
Science/Technology / A Few Reasons To Love The Huawei Y6II by Technation: 8:58am On Jan 03, 2017
The 5.5-inch display, 4G LTE, Huawei Y6II is one of the most recent releases from the global Top 2 smartphone manufacturer’s stables. Powered by an Octa-core processor, the Y6II runs on Android 6.0 marshmallow operating system which comes with the battery-saving Doze mode, highly intelligent voice search and lots more…
A few reasons to love the Huawei Y6II

There are a few more reasons to love the Y6II smartphone. These include: the camera, performance, battery power, as well as design and style.
Camera

The HUAWEI Y6 II is equipped with a 10-level auto-face enhancement, 10ms face recognition for a crystal clear photography experience. There are professional in-built functions such as Panoramic mode, Perfect selfie and Makeup mode that allow you to enhance pictures with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. This is a quick fix for anyone who’s having a bad lighting or bad hair day but still wants to post fantastic pictures.
Performance

The Y6II has got the moves! The Kirin 620 1.2 GHz octa-core 64 bit processor ensures that your phone has a smoother performance even while multi-tasking. The EMUI 4.1, and upgraded built-in phone manager is faster and more power-saving thus helping to clean and optimize the device and its storage capabilities.
Battery Power

The HUAWEI Y6 II comes with a very huge battery capacity with ultra-high power saving technology that guarantees long lasting power. If one hour of calls, one hour of web browsing and one hour of video playback is made daily then the Huawei Y6II can last up to 60 hours without being charged.
Design & Colours

The Y6II has a classic 3D crossed stripe design on the back cover. It also features grains with 5176 different facets, which reflect light and shadow effects, and creates a distinctive interweaving metal-like appearance. It also has a mould mirror polish at the side that gives the smartphone a premium fashionable and superior look. The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.
The HUAWEI Y6 II comes in a wide range of splendid colours including: black, pink, yellow and blue.
Do not forget to check out the full Huawei Y6 II specifications.

Source: http://www.guruslodge.com/threads/a-few-reasons-to-love-the-huawei-y6ii.122006/#ixzz4UgQhwF7D
Science/Technology / Huawei Y6 II Selfie Master Review by Technation: 8:47am On Jan 03, 2017
Huawei, third global leader in smart phones manufacture is one of the few brands that continue to improve and compete aggressively in the competitive mobile phone market.

Their collections of quality yet affordable mobile phones continue to generate interest.

Following the fair penetration of the Huawei Y3 II and the Y5 II, Huawei have now launched an launched an improvement over the predecessors – the newest flagship in the Y series midrange model – Huawei Y6 II

Much attention was given to aesthetics in the build of fashionable and stylish model Y6II – a budget phone with its unique selling points being look and feel evidently seen in his body construction. What’s more? Youthful tones, display and variety of colours to choose from – six colours precisely team up to make the Y6 II unique.

Huawei Y6II

Display

Huawei Y6 II has stylish curve edges for smooth experience of handling the new gem. The smooth lines under the glass explains the reason this model has been dubbed ‘unique’

The Huawei Y6 II has a classic 5.5- inch display IPS LCD capacitive Touch screen with a scratch resistant (Tempered glass) protection glass, 16.7M display colors that offers a 1280*720 resolution, a thickness of 294 ppi pixels, and dimensions of 154 x 77 x 8mm weighing 168g.

In all, Y6II provides users a clear and comfortable experience.

Similar to flagships like the Y5 II, the proximity sensor of Y6 II are present at the top front and bottom with the Huawei brand mark on it while the function keys are built inside the display panel.

Camera

Rear camera – 13-megapixel BSI rear-facing camera featuring 2.0 aperture. A flash light which also acts as the torch appears just below the camera.
Make-up mode
The Y6II’s beautification technology allows for users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. The function provides 8 templates and delivers more natural effects and a range of advanced beautifying functions, such as lip gloss and eye shadow. If you are a lover of selfies, the Y6 II is a perfect fit. The mobile phone is built with a front 8MP camera which can take better selfies and supports Snapchat experience with further exciting modes such as: Beauty motion, HDR, Self Timer, Touch Focus, Gesture shot, Smile detection, and panorama selfies mode.
BUILD/DESIGN

The phone’s metal body is 154.30mm high, 77.00mm wide, and has a depth of 8.45mm, 1.2% thinner than an average smart phone released in 2016. In fact, it’s thin enough to have a case and still be thinner than an average phone.
However, With a weight of 168 grams, it’s somewhat heavier than average for a Smartphone its size..

The Y6II Classic 3D crossed stripes design on the back cover features grains with 5176 different facets, reflecting light and shadow effects to delight users at any angle and creating a distinctive metal-like appearance.
Customers could also choose the high gloss back cover design with bright color options in yellow, pink and blue, which will brighten users up every day. Details such as mould mirror polish at the sides make the phone more fashionable and superior.
The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.
INTERFACE

Huawei Y6 II starts with the lock screen, time and date visible on the bottom-left of the lock screen, with a default camera shortcut at the right bottom where users are able to use the camera without/minus unlocking the screen.

Slide as preferred to unlock the screen, you can opt to unlock with a password or a 4-pin digit number or a pattern – only if you have a screen lock available, other than that, you are welcomed with attractive icons.

It has built in Google search bar on the top of the front screen stunning icons are optimized, with a drop-down menu divide into two parts one is notification menu and other is shortcut menu.

PERFORMANCE

The Y6II adopts Kirin 620 1.2 GHz chipset with high speed Octa-core 64 bit CPU to ensure smoother performance while multitasking allowing apps to be open simultaneously without sacrificing speed, power or performance running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, EMUI 4.1.
Science/Technology / Huawei Y6 II Brings Hisilicon Kirin To The Affordable Y-series by Technation: 11:22am On Dec 22, 2016
Smartphones in Huawei’s Y-Series have always been the most affordable in Huawei’s big catalogue. The Y6 Pro (also G-Power) is still very much in the market but the company has already introduced a new member to the Y-series product line. Huawei Y6 II brings something new to the table, and it’s the company’s homegrown HiSilicon Kirin processor majorly found in it’s more expensive devices.



Before now, all devices in the Y-Series sport MediaTek processors. According to a representative of the company, the move from a third-party chip on its budget-friendly product line to its own Kirin processor will help the company create a much better product with improved performance.


Huawei Y6 II was actually released around September and it has been available in some Asian countries before now. The device comes with a 5.5-inch screen with HD resolution. A 13MP camera sits at the back while the selfie camera comes with an 8MP sensor. Huawei Y6 II runs on HiSilicon Kirin 620, an octacore processor clocked at 1.2GHz. Of course, there’s another CAM-L32 model powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 meant to be sold in certain markets.

The Y6 II comes with a 3,000mAh non-removable battery and ships with Android Marshmallow which runs behind EMUI 4.1. The random access memory is pegged at 2GB and there’s a 16GB internal storage which is expandable with up to 128GB SD card. It is 4G-enabled and should work with Nigerian 4G networks based on the network bands seen on its specifications sheet.


As for the price, very little is known at the moment but there are speculations the retail value might be around 65,000.
Science/Technology / Huawei Y3 Lite Review: Specs, Price And Availability In Nigeria by Technation: 10:40am On Dec 22, 2016
The Huawei Y3 lite is a powerful super value smartphone in the Huawei entry-level product line. It is run by a quad-core MTK6582M processor that it packs in. Some of its inviting features include a very sleek design and beautiful finish. Plus, it has an all- important tag of being a very affordable phone which is quite salient, considering the economic downturn in Nigeria at the moment. With this phone, you get a low budget android phone that has almost everything that you need in one phone. Let’s break this down.

Design of The Huawei Y3 Lite

Huawei Y3 Lite Review:



The Huawei Y3 design is stylish and has features that earned it the moniker small but mighty as it looks small in the eye but has optimum quality in terms of functionality.The Huawei Y3 lite fits in the hand easily, which makes it very portable to carry around. It’s curved edges with overall design gives the phone a certain alluring elegance.

Display

Huawei Y3 Lite Review:

The Huawei Y3 lite has a screen that is rather small at 4 inches but if you are someone that is put off by large screen sizes, then this is a match made in heaven. The Huawei Y3 lite’s screen is an LCD WVGA with 16 million colours and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels or 233 ppi. The screen appears bright. For protection against scratches, the screen is coated with corning gorilla glass

The Huawei Y3 Lite Camera

Huawei Y3 Lite Review:

The Huawei Y3 has two cameras; a primary 5 Megapixels with a resolution of 2560 x 1920 p and a 2 Megapixel camera with a resolution of 800 x 480 p left in charge of selfies. Notable Camera features include video, digital zoom, face detection, HDR capture and smile detection.

Battery of The Huawei Y3 Lite.



Battery for the Huawei Y3 Lite is a removable 1730 mAh Li-Ion. When on 2G mode, the battery provides a talk time of 6 Hours 40 minutes, and can last 280 hours on standby. While on 3G mode, the Huawei Y3 Lite battery provides you with talk time of about 6 hours and 3G standby time of 280 hours. The phone also has a super power saving mode through which users can get extra hours out of the battery. This battery specs are pretty standard at the price range its been offered and would not have you looking for where to plug in your phone every now and then.

OS, Processor and Memory

The Huawei Y3 lite runs the Android 4.4 (KitKat) out of box with EMUI Lite as interface. Like we earlier mentioned, the phone’s processor is quad core which makes it a lot faster than most phones in its price range. The Processor speed is 1.3 GHz while RAM size is a modest 512 MB. The Huawei Y3 Lite’s Internal memory is 4 GB but there is provision for storage expansion through microSD of up to 32 GB.

A Brief Look at The Specs of The Huawei Y3 Lite

Display: 4-inch LCD WVGA; 480 x 800 p (233 ppi) resolution; 16 million colours
OS: Android OS, v. 4.4. (KitKat)
Processor: 1.3 quad-corecore MediaTek 6582
Network: 2G, 3G, gprs, edge
Memory: 512 MB RAM; 4 GB internal memory; 32 GB microSD
Camera: 5 MP (up to 2560 x 1920 pixels picture resolution) Rear Camera; 2 MP (up to 800 x 480 pixels picture resolution) Front Camera; video; autofocus; Geo-tagging; Dual LED Flash, Digital zoom, face detection, HDR capture, smile detection
Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Micro USB v.2.0
Sensors: Accelerometer, GPS, Light, Proximity
Battery: 1730 mAh Li-Ion, Removable, 2G talk time – 6 Hours 40 minutes, 2G standby time – 280 hours, 3G talk time – 6 hours, 3G standby time – 280 hours

Price

On Jumai you can get the phone for N24,400 and on Konga you can get it for N23,299.
Science/Technology / Huawei Y6ii – Specifications, Features And Everything You Need To Know About The by Technation: 10:33am On Dec 22, 2016
Looking and searching for the best android smartphone that sits at the specification, has the perfect design and yet does not create a hole in your pocket could almost be impossible, but wait, that’s why we’ve go theHuawei Y6II.
The Y6II adopts EMUI 4.1 which is customized based on Android 6.0. The upgraded build-in phone manager is faster and more power-saving. Phone Accelerator can help to clean and optimize the device. App Lock and Do Not Disturb functions also protect users’ privacy.

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Quick Specs of the Huawei Y6 II


Display

This device features a classic 5.5 inch IPS display offering a 1280*720 resolution for your maximum viewing pleasure.
Camera

The Huawei Y6 II houses a 13MP BSI rear facing camera which features a 2.0 aperture for those amazing portraits you’ve always wanted. Not only do images come up beautiful on this device, you get access to make-up mode, a beautification technology allowing for users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. The function provides 8 templates and delivers more natural effects and a range of advanced beautifying functions, such as lip gloss and eye shadow.

Its 10 Levels Auto Face Enhancement function and a range of photo editing features make selfies much more perfect than ever.
Design

The Y6II Classic 3D crossed stripes design on the back cover features grains with 5176 different facets, reflecting light and shadow effects to delight users at any angle and creating a distinctive metal-like appearance. Customers could also choose the high gloss back cover design with bright color options in yellow, pink and blue, which will brighten users up every day. Details such as mould mirror polish at the sides make the phone more fashionable and superior.

The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.
Performance

The Y6II adopts Kirin 620 1.2 GHz octa-core 64 bit CPU to ensure smoother performance while multi-tasking.

What do you think about this device? I’ll love to know if you’d have this device.
Note: This post would be updated with the price in Nigeria as we get more info soon. Stick around.

Source: http://www.guruslodge.com/threads/huawei-y6ii-%E2%80%93-specifications-features-and-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-device.120771/#ixzz4TYePPVKj
Science/Technology / Huawei Mate 9 Review by Technation: 2:55pm On Dec 21, 2016
Although it wasn’t the only big-screen smartphone released in 2016, the Galaxy Note 7 will be the device everyone remembers, and not for the right reasons. Samsung’s next big thing turned out to be a big disaster, and what was almost the Android phone everyone could heartily recommend, became the Android phone we told people to run screaming from.
It left the crown for best trouser-pocket-stretching phone up for grabs, and while we love the LG V20, the company stumbled when it decided to limit its release to a select few markets, especially in light of the Note 7’s disappearance. What phone should people who find a 5.5-inch display just too restrictive buy?
Huawei swooped in to save the day with the Mate 9, the follow-up to last year’s well-received Mate 8. It has a massive 5.9-inch screen, a strong processor, and a new version of the superb Leica camera we adored on the Huawei P9. Samsung’s misfortune may turn out to be Huawei’s opportunity to wow smartphone fans in the U.S.
A giant screen in a modest package
Here’s a surprise: The Mate 9 isn’t a big smartphone. The screen may be massive, but Huawei has clearly used some form of magic to squeeze it into a small body. Is the Mate 9 related to Doctor Who’s Tardis? Very possibly. It’s shorter and the same width as the LG V20, which has a 5.7-inch screen, and just 2mm longer and 3mm wider than the 5.5-inch Pixel XL. Probably not coincidentally, it has a nearly identical footprint to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus.
It sits very comfortably in your hand. Yes, you still have to stretch your thumb from one side of the screen to the other, but it’s not an impossible task. It takes no more effort to do so than on “normal” phones like the iPhone 7 Plus or the Pixel XL. The use of on-screen Android menu keys only helps, too. Huawei smoothed the sides of the metal body, but left enough of an edge to give the phone some “bite,” lowering the chances of it slipping from your grip.
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While it’s relatively compact and comfortable, it is quite heavy at 190 grams. It’s a big, all-metal phone, with a very large piece of Gorilla Glass over the display, so the extra weight isn’t a shock. This whopping size doesn’t apply to the fingerprint sensor, which is below the camera lens on the rear. It’s actually quite small and is completely obscured by my fingertip. It’s no bad thing, and the accuracy can’t be faulted.
What the Mate 9 isn’t, is very pretty. The design has barely changed from the Mate 8, which was a bit faceless to start with, and although the dual-lens Leica camera gives it some character; the Mate 9 is all business and not much play.
Software tweaks add features
Huawei has always frustrated us with its software. It covers Android in its own Emotion user interface (EMUI), which in the past has been intrusive, sometimes buggy, and often awkwardly frustrating. No more so than many other third-party user interfaces, but it usually let the overall phone experience down in a way that seemed unnecessary.
The screen may be massive, but Huawei used some form of magic to squeeze it into a small body.
The Mate 9 still has EMUI, but it’s version 5, and it has been refined. Huawei tells us it’s the company’s biggest software revision to date, with more than 400 alterations, many of which remove older elements we didn’t like. The great news is it’s built over Android 7.0 Nougat, and our review phone has the November 2016 Android security patch installed, so it’s about as up to date as Android phones can get.
Huawei was always a great fan of spreading apps across multiple home screens, Apple-style, rather than giving Android users an app drawer. Rejoice, Android purists, because the Mate 9 has an app drawer. It’s an option hidden in the menu system, but it’s there. Personally, I’ve never had a problem with putting apps on home screens, but having the chance to clear them, highlight key apps, and show off some cool wallpaper is great.
The notification shade now offers a more standard Android experience. Before, EMUI made you swipe about to reach the shortcuts for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other options. On the Mate 9 with EMUI 5, you swipe down to open the shade, then again to reveal all the shortcuts. Just like standard Android on phones like the Pixel and Nexus devices. It’s excellent news.
More: Huawei Nova review
There’s still a range of pre-installed apps, including Huawei’s own music and video player, game centre, notepad, weather app, calculator, clock, file manager, compass, download manager, and many more. A booking.com, WPS Office, Todoist, and News Republic app are also onboard, the latter of which insists on sending breaking news alerts as notifications, until I made it stop by uninstalling it. The majority of the pre-installed apps can be uninstalled, so if you can’t stand the sight of them, it’s easy to clear them out.
Huawei included a few notable additional features. App Twin allows you to run two different accounts from a single app. For example, you can run a personal and work version of Facebook or WhatsApp on the same device. Use is limited to supported apps, though. To minimize the negative effects on sleep caused by blue light from the screen, there’s an eye-comfort mode with a scheduler, and there’s a sound recorder that makes great use of the multiple microphones.
Huawei Mate 9 review
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Although it’s too early to tell, Huawei has used some clever algorithms to stop Android from slowing down over time, meaning the phone should remain the same speed demon it is now, for the length of time you own it. Huawei also uses this machine learning system to monitor how you use the phone, and what apps you frequently use, to try and predict what you do on a regular basis. Through this understanding, it funnels system resources to those apps and features automatically, in theory making the phone faster in the places you want it. It’s difficult to say if this works. The phone’s really fast, regardless of how it achieves it.
The changes made to EMUI are interesting. It’s a vast improvement over previous models, and no longer a reason to avoid a Huawei phone, but it’s still different and unique enough so as not to lose its Huawei identity. That’s clever, and shows the effort that has gone into the software. The Mate 9’s EMUI fills a pleasing, usable space in-between stock Android and Huawei’s previous extreme customization techniques. We’d still prefer the Pixel’s clean, standard version of Android, but Huawei has taken a giant leap forward here.
Lightning fast performance

Huawei doesn’t use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, or any Qualcomm chip, in its flagship phones. The Mate 9 introduces the Kirin 960 octa-core processor, which is the first to use ARM’s new A73 design, bringing it right up to date. It’s a monster. Regardless of the task, game, or app, the Mate 9 sprinted along, never showing any signs of fatigue.
Put the phone through the usual benchmark tests, and it comes close to Snapdragon 821 devices, such as the OnePlus 3T, depending on the test. It’s worth remembering the Mate 9 has 4GB of RAM, rather than the OnePlus 3T’s 6GB. On AnTuTu, the Mate 9 scores 132,922, which is way below the OnePlus 3T’s average 166,000. Geekbench 4 is more interesting, as it records 5,893, considerably more than the OnePlus 3T’s 4,390. Gaming benchmark app 3D Mark returned a 2,389 score on Slingshot Extreme.
More: Huawei Watch review
Most importantly, the tiny stutters and pauses we’ve seen in older Huawei phones, almost certainly caused by EMUI, are gone on the Mate 9. They were never hugely intrusive, but remove them and the overall experience is cohesive, smoother, more mature, and speeds up work flow in subtle ways. The Mate 9 is a phone primarily aimed at people who wear suits and carry briefcases, and this is important for productivity fiends.
Stunning dual cameras by Leica
The Huawei P9 was the first to feature a Leica co-developed dual-lens camera, and it remains an amazing camera phone. The Mate 9 brings the second-generation sensor with it, along with a lot of expectation. Early builds of the software didn’t bring out the camera’s best, and we held off reviewing the device before the final version that will be installed on the phone you buy was released.
It changed everything for the better, and we’re extremely pleased to report the Mate 9’s camera is every bit as fantastic as the P9’s. The top lens shoots in color and has 12 megapixels, while the monochrome lens underneath has been boosted to 20 megapixels. There’s optical image stabilisation, phase detection, laser autofocus, 4K video recording, and a f/2.2 aperture.


Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cell-phone-reviews/huawei-mate-9-review/#ixzz4TTrhQqu2
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Science/Technology / Top 5 Smartphone Trends Of 2016 by Technation: 9:56am On Dec 20, 2016
As we approach 2017, it’s time we take a look back at some of the trends that had a big impact on how we use our smartphones.

Faster Networks: Network connectivity speeds got a serious boost with new modem technologies such as 4G LTE technology which became more widespread in 2016. The Huawei Y6 II for instance can download data over LTE networks at an ultrafast speeds of up to 150Mbps (bits per second) which is faster than all devices within in its range

Selfie Phones (Better Front Facing Cameras): Just a few years ago, front facing cameras on phones were just VGA, 1.3MP or maximum 2MP, but with the rise of the self-portraits craze, front cameras on smartphones got the required bump they needed this year. Most companies launched phones with a front facing 5 Megapixel camera and advertised it as their selfie phone this year, but Huawei went one further and released the Y6 II, equipped with an 8-megapixel f/2.0 front camera and beautification technology which allows users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. The function provides eight templates and delivers more natural effects and a range of advanced professional beautifying features.


Kirin 960

Faster chips: As always, a lot of the new smartphones were equipped with faster and more energy-efficient chips. Graphics were smoother, and applications ran much faster in 2016. But a new twist in mobile processors is stacked transistors, which allow more features to be packed into smaller chips. This is a big chip-manufacturing advancement that will allow smartphones to do a lot more while preserving battery life. For instance, Huawei’s latest Kirin 960 processor which got its first debut in the new Mate 9 to provides better performance to run apps, videos and HD games seamlessly, as well as for other day to day uses.

Bigger, Better Screens: 2016 marked the mainstream acceptance of 5”plus smartphones. This was largely caused by technology advancements allowing manufacturers to make bezels almost non-existent. Over the years, every mobile device with a screen larger than 5” was instantly ridiculed and deemed to be unusable. It seems, though, that customers just needed to overcome their initial concerns about the portability of large smartphones. 2016 was also the year of 1080p full HD screens on phones. Barely a couple of years ago, 1080p screens on TVs were the norm and now the same number of pixels are being crammed into many phone displays.

Huawei Nova Plus
Finger print technology: Finger print unlock has become the smartphone trend as serves as a mark for premium smartphones. Unlock passcodes and patterns are no longer something to be surprised about and all premium smartphone manufacturers from Huawei to Apple have embraced the finger print trend, but not just any finger print technology is trending. The Huawei GR5 Mini which has been dubbed the King of fingerprint comes with a 2.0 fingerprint sensor, which has been improved 100 per cent over the 1st generation. It recognizes your fingerprint in 0.5 seconds and it comes with 360° Readability, allowing fingerprint contact to be made from any angle, left right, front or back, even with partially wet hands.

What were your favorite smartphone trends for 2016? Let us know if we have missed out on any trend.
Science/Technology / Huawei Wins 2016 Best Consumer Electronics Brand Award. by Technation: 5:33pm On Dec 18, 2016
he winner of “Best Brands 2016” award was announced by Europe´s largest independent communications agency, The Service plan Group, in collaboration with GFK, the world renowned market research organization, at an awards ceremony which held in Shanghai. At the event, Huawei was named “Best Consumer Electronics Brand”, beating other brands competing in the category including Apple and Canon. The Best Brands title was designed to recognize the most successful and powerful brands. The marketing awards were introduced in China in 2014, it was the first brand ranking in China to take a comprehensive view of the consumer’s opinions, evaluating it based on both emotional and behavioral factors, while assuring transparency and objectivity.



Glory Zhang, Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei Consumer Business, delivered a keynote speech at the ceremony. In her speech, she touched on important milestones in mobile history. She stated that Time Magazine ranked the 100 most important photos in human history, noting that Huawei also is part of that history and has worked with Leica to redefine smartphone photography with the world’s first Leica dual-camera design, in the Huawei P9. Due to the success of the P9 and being named the best smartphone camera, Huawei partnered with Leica again to create an even more powerful camera in the recently released Mate 9 which has helped over 10 million people around the world to capture the wonderful moments in their life and turn them into artistic photos Commenting on how the brand has made so much possible in such as a short period of time? Zhang said “Innovation is at the core of our business. We focus on meaningful innovations, which are vitally important to the consumer experience. This is why we have provided a breakthrough in performance and power consumption, with Huawei Mate 8, and we introduced the world’s fastest chipset Kirin 960”.





Zhang added: “the latest Mate 9 Porsche Design, is so hot worldwide because consumers are excited to see the best combination of fine craftsmanship and powerful performance in a flagship smartphone”. Huawei as a smartphone manufacturer is growing fast. In only five years, they have grown into one of the world’s top three smartphone brands. Interbrand ranked Huawei as one of the top 100 brands since 2014.

The company has stated that innovation leads their business while passion fuels the brand. It is the passion to aim high and to make a difference that unifies Huawei employees worldwide. Huawei also announced that the Huawei Mate 9 will be available in the Nigerian Market very soon.
Science/Technology / Samsung Who? Huawei Is Now The World's Most Profitable Android Smartphone Brand by Technation: 10:54am On Dec 15, 2016
For the first time ever, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has beaten Samsung to become the world's most profitable Android device maker, showing a reversal in the Korean smartphone maker's fortunes.

For the third quarter of 2016, although Samsung surpassed all other Android smartphone makers in terms of the volume and value of devices it shipped, due to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, its smartphone profits fell so low that at least three other device manufacturers have surpassed it, according to a new report by research firm Strategy Analytics.

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As usual, Apple continues to have the lion's share of global smartphone operating profits, earning a total of $8.5bn (£6.8bn) in Q3, which is 91% of the total share.

The remaining 9% of the market is made up of Huawei, with $200m (a 2.4% share), Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo with just under $200m (a 2.2% share), another Chinese smartphone device maker Oppo Electronics with just under $200m (also a 2.2% share), and finally all other Android OEM device makers – including Samsung – who jointly have a 2.2% share.

"Three of the world's top four most profitable smartphone vendors are currently Chinese. Huawei, Vivo and Oppo have not only improved their smartphone product line-ups this year, they have also enhanced their operational abilities and kept a tight lid on expanding distribution costs," said Strategy Analytics director Linda Sui.

Interestingly, Bloomberg points out that just two years ago, barely anyone outside China had even heard of Vivo or Oppo. Both firms are owned by reclusive billionaire Duan Yong Ping, whose strategy for success was to market low-cost Android smartphones to Chinese consumers in rural areas who were not obsessed with the prestige of big expensive brands such as the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, the way people in big cities like Beijing and Shanghai were.

Turning away from online shopping, Vivo and Oppo chose to focus on marketing locally with big high street retail stores, where three quarters of all smartphone sales in China take place. But it seems to have worked, because today, the iPhone market share in China is now just 7% – its lowest in three years, while one in every three smartphones sold in China in Q3 was either an Oppo or Vivo phone.

Yet Huawei is not doing badly either. In the second quarter of 2016, the phone manufacturer rose to the top of China's smartphone market, and in February, it declared to CNBC that it planned to surpass Apple as the second-biggest smartphone player in the world by 2019, before going on to conquer Samsung by 2021.
Science/Technology / Our Products Have Least Failure Rate In Nigeria And Globally by Technation: 2:07pm On Dec 14, 2016
For a company that started manufacturing smartphones just five years ago, Huawei has astonished industry watchers with its amazing growth and achievements. Today, it is among the Top 3 smartphone brands in the world, and has for three years running been listed among the 100 most admirable brands in the world. In this interview, the Managing Director, Devices Huawei Technologies Co. Nigeria Ltd, Leo Jiang, speaks with Raheem Akingbolu on the brand’s strength and aspirations for Nigeria and its global market.

What is your take on the outlook of the Nigerian economy?
Presently, one of the major attractions of the Nigerian economy to global investors to my mind is the stability that has been bestowed on it by the sustenance of democratic governance. International businesses and investors want to flow with stable policies. For a country that endured long spell of military intervention in governance from independence in 1960 with civil rule lasting barely six years from that date to find herself under unbroken civil leadership since 1999 is remarkable. Civil rule promises stability and so long as that is guaranteed, global investors would be attracted. And so long as leading investors from across the world are attracted to any economy, it will continue to witness growth.

Tell us a bit about Huawei?
Huawei started in 1987 in Shenzhen, China andwe have 29 years of expertise in the telecom industry. And we are currently the leading ICT equipment, service, and terminal devices provider in the world.



Huawei comprises of various arms and consumer business is an arm of Huawei technologies that focuses on smartphones and mobile devices in general.
The society is becoming largely digitized and we wanted to be at the forefront of providing the cutting key, innovative technologies and fashion, premium mobile devices to enrich human lives.

Today the brand is the global top 3 smartphone manufacturer in the world. Our products and services are available in more than 170 countries, and used by over one-third of the world’s population, and more and more people are recognising the company for producing innovative, fashionable and premium smartphones.

What recent achievements has the brand recorded that you are most proud of?
We are currently one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers, with revenue soaring over 70%in the past years. We are growing so fast.
In 2014, Huawei became the first brand from China to earn a place on Interbrand’s Top 100 Best Global Brands list, ranking number 94. Huawei was once again included on the list in October 2015, with its ranking moving up to 88, and this year, it moved up to number 72. And we have celebrated shipping the 9 millionth P9/P9 Plus launched globally early 2016 with our historic partnership with Leica. We are extremely proud of these achievements.

In the area of positioning, what would you say separates Huawei smartphones from other competing brands?
The brand focuses on customer-centric innovation, the lifeblood of all technology companies. This explains why we are different from others. Our strategy involves a strong focus on Product, Brand, Channels and Partners. We believe that Solid research and development (R&grin) is the foundation of innovation in reliable, premium quality products. In the past 10 years, the company has continuously invested over 10% of its annual income into R&grin spending and we have built over 16 R&grin centers and 28 Joint Innovation Centers globally.

More than 45% of Huawei’s employees work in R&grin, and more than 50% of them come from different parts of the world.
In making our products, we do not compromise on quality. All of our smartphones go through rigorous quality testing processes before they are released into the market, thus giving our customers the assurance that the Huawei smartphone is capable to serve them in different climatic conditions.

Our innovative and uncompromising standards have led us to deliver fantastic products with stylish designs and quality that stands the test of time, and our products have the least failure rate here in Nigeria and globally.

Who are Huawei smartphones made for?
Let me start by declaring that our products are for everyone. The product range is very diverse and so we have ensured that all our customers will find a product that meets their needs and suits their lifestyle. There should be no misconception about our phones or who they are meant for. Our Research and Development team are constantly thinking of new ways to improve customers’ experiences with our products.
So we cater to everyone. Huawei is a Chinese origin but also a successful global citizen.

Looking at the brand’s smart phone models, how many Huawei phones are currently in the Nigerian market?
Well, we have several of them like the Y series, the G- series, the P –Series, Mate series and the Media pads T.1.

The company recently launched some of its newY series in the Nigerian market. What has the consumer responses been like?

Consumer response has been good so far. Our aim is to pass a message across that no matter the smartphone product, whether it is entry level, mid-range, or high-end, all our smartphones deliver amazing premium experiences to our users.

The newly launched Y series has a good mix of the different ranges.
The Y6II has a Classic 3D crossed stripes design and a distinctive chic body finish. It has classic 5.5 inch high resolution display, provides users with an extremely clear and comfortable experience. The camera caters to the needs of photo lovers and beauty enthusiasts alike as it takes professional-quality photos with its 13-megapixel BSI rear-facing camera and a 2.0 aperture. The Y6II also has a Make-up mode with beautification technology that allows users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch.

The Y5II comes equipped with a world-class camera with an 81 degree wide angle lens ensuring crystal clear professional images. The Easy Key function puts an end to endless clicks to get things done.

On the other hand, the Y3II and Y3 Lite will attract young users who carry out activities on their smartphones requiring speed, and also want to curate exciting moments without missing a beat. Both Y3II and Y3 Lite smartphones have Dual Sim functionality and an impressive battery strength that enables longer days of talk and standby time.

The Huawei Y3Lite is supported by one of the world’s fastest 3G networks, the 3G HPSA+ which makes surfing the internet enjoyable and very fast.
Our Y Series range of devices are designed to suit the lifestyle of the young and vibrant, as well as professionals on the move.
With the Y series smartphones, we have set a new standard of functionality that every entry level phoneswill strive to meet.”

Are there plans to launch any other Huawei products soon?

Huawei Mate 9 will be available in Nigeriavery soon and following that the possibilities are endless. We are always looking forward to bringing new innovation to the Nigerian market and delivering a great user experience to our consumers.

What is the end goal for Huawei in terms of the Nigeria and global market?
We have a very clear goal – to become the No. 1 Android Smartphone Brand in Nigeria, the global top 2 smartphone brand by 2018 and the global No. 1 by 2021, and theglobal success of the P9 proves this is a realistic goal
Technology Market / 5 Reasons To Love The Huawei Y6II by Technation: 9:27am On Dec 13, 2016
The Huawei Y6II is one of the most recent releases from the global TOP 2 Smartphone manufacturer’s stables. With an impressive IPS HD 5.5 inch screen, 1280*720 resolution, and amazing clarity, Octa-core processor and 4G LTE enabled, it’s no wonder the phone has received splendid reviews.

Here are 5 more reasons to love the Y6II smartphone;

1. Camera: The HUAWEI Y6 II comes with a 10-level auto-face enhancement, 10ms face recognition for crystal clear distinct photography experience and professional in-Built functions such as Panoramic mode, Perfect selfie and Makeup mode that allows you to enhance pictures with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. This is a quick fix for anyone who’s having a bad lighting or bad hair day but still wants to post fantastic pictures.


2. Performance: The Y6II has got the moves! The Kirin 620 1.2 GHz octa-core 64 bit processor ensures that your phone has a smoother performance even while multi-tasking. The EMUI 4.1, and upgraded build-in phone manager is faster and more power-saving thus helping to clean and optimize the device and its storage capabilities.

3. Battery power: The HUAWEI Y6 II comes with a very huge battery capacity with ultra-high power saving technology that guarantees long lasting power. Research has shown that if one hour of calls, one hour of web browsing and one hour of video playback is made daily then the Huawei Y6II can last up to 60 hours without being charged.


4. Design: The Y6II has a Classic 3D crossed stripe design on the back cover, and features grains with 5176 different facets, which reflects light and shadow effects, and creates a distinctive interweaving metal-like appearance. It also has a mould mirror polish at the side that gives the smartphone a premium fashionable and superior look. The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.

5. It’s aesthetically pleasing: The HUAWEI Y6 II comes is a wide range of splendid colours including: black, pink, yellow and blue. It has a simple yet sleek and chic seamless design. Its fabulous design is definitely one of its merits.


Over all the Huawei Y6II smartphone is definitely one of the best Smartphone in the market right now.
one last reason that should be part of our top five is that the Y6II is comes with the latest android 6.0 marshmallow operating system which comes with the battery-saving Doze mode, highly intelligent voice search and lots more...
so it’s hard to find a reason not to love the HUAWEI Y6 II because all you need in a Smartphone is here

Science/Technology / Huawei’s Phone Clone App by Technation: 10:14am On Nov 29, 2016
Huawei has introduced the ‘Phone Clone’ app in Nigeria, which will enable Nigerians to move content easily, no matter the location and timing, from space directly to your phone. The app, according to Huawei, is a seamless ‘one-touch’ experience that is available to download for all smartphones on Google play and App store for free.

The application enables the transfer of files from one smartphone device to another, allowing users to move content between phones with the touch of a button, which makes it user-friendly and convenient for everyone.

The phone clone feature also provides users with a solution to data transfer problems that usually arises when attempting to transfer content to a new device from a different manufacturer and with operating systems.

Huawei says it has considered this with the phone clone feature, creating an application that is compatible with both iOS and Android, and offers users more comprehensive support.



Cloning, as the name suggests, indicates the seamless, smooth copy or transfer of data. The application allows transfer of data, including contacts, messages or any other personal data; and multimedia like photos, music and videos, free of cost and without any prior registration requirement. Phone clone allows transfer of data without using any mobile network or the constant need to re-set the transfer for various file formats.

Prior to the Huawei phone clone when transferring data, an SD card is used to transfer data from the old device to the SD card, and then on to the new phone by inserting the SD card.

This process was ineffective because content was overlooked on the old device. Bluetooth, which is another often used method employed for the transfer of data, also has limitations in terms of sloe transfer speed in cases where heavy images and videos are being transferred to a new device.

The phone clone feature has the ability to process and seamlessly transfer hundreds of megabytes of date in multiple formats within in a matter of minutes. It breaks through the cluttered data transfer landscape with a fresh approach that addresses users’ core concerns.
Science/Technology / Tyranny Of Choice: Six Key Factors To Consider In Choosing Your Smartphone by Technation: 9:38pm On Nov 28, 2016
Choosing a new phone seems like an easy enough task but the truth is, it could be one of the most defining decisions you’ll have to make this year. Good smartphones don’t come cheap, so you might as well get good value for your money. With the superb choices in the market, the tyranny of choice may lead you to make an obvious but uninformed choice. But fear not, having choices is also a good thing, if you’re guided with the knowledge and information to help make your choice smarter and simpler.
Now let’s begin:

1. Operating System

First things first, what operating system would best suit your mobile needs. If you’re not tech inclined, there are four mobile operating systems, each with its own benefits;

Android: Developed by Google, android is an open source operating system that runs on the majority of new phones. Android has the most robust apps store in comparison to other operating systems called Google Play filled with Google services. The main issue with Android is that because it’s open source. Manufacturers like Samsung and HTC often modify its design and functionality, sometimes to the detriment of usability, while other manufacturers like Huawei modify to increase and improve usability.

BlackBerry: If you’re hooked on BBM or love physical keyboards and small screens, then you should go for the Blackberry. The OS is made by Canadian company, Research in Motion, and it helped kick off the smartphone revolution years ago, but it has had difficulty keeping up lately. Furthermore, most Blackberry devices have slower hardware and lack some of the core amenities that Android and iOS offer.

iOS: iPhone is the only phone that runs iOS and Apple intends on keeping it that way. The iPhone seems to be the benchmark for mobile technology, but as more options become available, it’s slowly no longer the standard on which all other phones are measured. If you own other Apple devices or enjoy services like ITunes, the iPhone may be a good option for you. Sadly, it doesn’t allow as much curious exploration with software as the Android does, but it has a clean and simple design. Unfortunately, unlike Huawei smartphones, for instance, which allow you download music and videos on your device at will, Apple products, much to the dismay of music lovers, prevents you from this key feature.

Windows Phone: After the failure of Windows Mobile, Microsoft started from scratch and built Windows Phone, which is based almost entirely on the Zune MP3 player interface. The great thing about the Windows phone is that everything on your homepage can display moving information or graphics.
Instead of relying on a grid of shortcuts and a notification tray, Windows Phone uses Live Tiles, which are half app icon, half widget.



2. Screen size

Big screens are so in trend that carrying a small screened phone makes you seem kind of crazy and old-fashioned. Larger screens make the mobile experience so much better, but small screens don’t necessarily mean less power. The iPhone SE with a small screen of 4.4 inches combines power plus no stretchy thumbs. But if you’re looking for the best of both worlds – large screen, power, and awesome features – then the Huawei GR5 mini with the sweet spot size of 5.2 inches and with its ultra-thin and chic design to avoid stretchy thumbs is your best bet.



3. Music download

Majority of us use our phones for three important things – calls, texts and music. Personally, the ability to download music is the most important factor in the phone selection process. For the iPhone there’s the iTunes. Although being part of the Apple community makes you feel like you’re part of a family, I think I’m going to run away from home simply because I recently found that on Android I can download music directly from the internet and straight to my phone! Not only this, you can send songs to fellow android users via Bluetooth! You can’t do this on the iPhone, even if both sharers use an iPhone. If you think of it, android seems more like a family than iOS. So why settle for an iPhone when you can go for a Huawei or an HTC?



4. Camera

I think this should have been the first on the list, because with Instagram, Snapchat and other social media platforms, it is critical to impress your followers. Hence the need for a phone with a camera that you can actually call a camera. Basically, all top tier smartphone manufacturers have cameras from Apple to Huawei to Samsung to Windows but the question is which of them have the best camera? With a Dual lens camera, crafted in partnership with Leica; the leading camera manufacturing company, the Huawei P9 camera produces more light than both the Samsung S7 and IPhone 6s, making the Huawei P9 camera clearly superior. Plus with the monochrome and clarity camera features, all your photos and selfies will come out looking incredible!



5. Battery life

This is one feature that I regret not prioritizing when selecting my phone. If you have an iPhone you basically have something I like to call BLA – Battery Life Anxiety. It’s when you’re constantly in need of that power bank or looking for a wall socket or laptop to charge your phone. Sometimes it always seems like your phone runs out of power when you need it the most. So when you’re looking for a new phone, be sure to check the strength of the battery. Make sure you don’t go for anything less than 3000mAH. Phone manufacturers now recognize the grave importance of battery life and are squeezing greater-capacity batteries into their phones. Typical phone batteries start in the neighborhood of 700mAh and can go all the way up to 4,000mAh, like the Huawei Mate 8.



6. Price

While all these features are important, price always seems to be the key deciding factor to most especially young people still in school and young professionals. What we fail to understand is that the cost of a phone is not just the figure on the price tag but the value of the phone to us and how much it satisfies our mobile needs. While you could get a new iPhone 6s for about N230, 000, some people see this as not much considering the actual value of the phone, some may simply pay more for an iPhone simply because it’s an iPhone. Others would prefer to go for something a bit different with better quality, more functionality and staying power, at a similarly high but more acceptable price of 170,000 and above like a Huawei smartphone or a windows phone.



Bonus Tip: The fact that everyone is buying it, does NOT mean it’s the best. This is becoming increasingly clear with some of the amazing new devices we see from Android phone companies.
Science/Technology / Huawei Y3 II Hands On Review by Technation: 4:53pm On Nov 28, 2016
An affordable smartphone which provides all you need…

Introduction

Huawei Y series smartphones are known for their affordability and decent specifications and features, the Huawei Y3 II was recently released In the Nigerian market and I got to review it, so here are my views.

Packaging: The Y3 II comes nicely packaged in a red rectangular box with two seals with the inscription “I’m secure, check contents if seal is broken or VOID displayed” to ensure users are not cheated in their purchase as some dishonest phone sellers sometimes remove or switch accessories in phone packages, so if you see void displayed on the seal, check the box to ensure all content is complete.

Some specs are written on the box such as the colour, battery capacity, screen size, camera size, processor and Android version however there is no information about the phone’s RAM, Internal Storage and whether or not it has a microSD slot which are things buyers take very seriously, Huawei needs to add these details on their phone boxes.

What’s in the Box: Huawei Y3 II phone, battery, screen protector, clear glass phone case, earpiece, USB cable, charger adapter (to be used with USB cable) and phone manual.

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Design: The Huawei Y3 II has a nice design; it is sleek, light and easy to hold. It has an aluminum build with curved edges and a glossy finish. There are no hard keys on the phone, all the three buttons are soft keys.

Screen: The Y3 II has a 4.5 inch FWVGA, 480×854 pixel touchscreen which is just okay for its price. The display quality is in the same range with similarly priced smartphones.

Gaming and App Performance: I installed some games and other apps on the Y3 II and it had a decent performance, however it is not well suited for very high graphics and power consuming games as it has just 1 GB RAM. The Huawei phone manager software provided by the Emotion User Interface (EMUI) however helps you conserve power and manage apps effectively to optimize the phone’s performance.

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Specs:

Release Date: April 2016

Dimensions: 134.10 x 55.70 x 9.90 (mm)

Weight: 150.00 grams

Battery: 2100 mAh Li-Po Removable battery

Colours: Black, Gold, White

Screen Type: Touchscreen

Screen size: 4.50 inches

Screen Resolution: 480 x 854 pixels

Processor: 1.3 GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6582M

OS: Android v5.1 Lollipop

UI: Emotion UI 3.1 Lite

RAM: 1GB

Internal Storage: 8GB, 3.42 GB available

Memory Card Slot: 32GB capacity microSD card slot

SIM: Dual microSIM

Rear Camera: 5 MP with autofocus and dual LED flash

Front Camera: 2 MP

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G

Headphones: 3.5mm

FM: Yes

Sensors: Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope

Battery

The Huawei Y3 II’s 2100 mAh Li-Po battery is capable of providing enough power to run apps and games and last for several hours when fully charged.

Camera

The feature of the Huawei Y3 II which impressed me most is the phone’s front and rear cameras. The 5 MP rear camera has dual LED flash and takes superb pictures for the phone’s price range, the 2 MP front camera is also very good for the price. Here are some pictures I took with the cameras.

Movies and music

The Y3 II has average speakers and average audio quality, the video quality is also average.

Special Features

Easy Key: This is a special key at the left edge of the Huawei Y3 II phone which is multifunctional and can be set to perform specific functions by pressing, double pressing and pressing and holding. The key can be set by going to system settings.
Rainbow Lights for Fun: This is a feature which allows you assign different colours of the rainbow to different functions which are:
Heart Breathe: Calling Blink; Assign a colour to a contact, that colour will blink when the person is calling.
Morse Language: Convert text to morse code using colours
Music Blink: Selected colour of light blinks with rhythm of music
Startup Indicator: Assign different colours to different notifications
Price: The Huawei Y3 II’s price in Nigeria is in the range of 33,000 Naira to 35,000 Naira.

Huawei Y3 II vs other phones in same price range

Specs Huawei Y3 II Tecno W3 4G Gionee P5 Mini Innjoo Halo X Infinix Hot 3 LTE
Screen 4.5 inch, 480X854 pixels 5.0-inch, 480×854 pixels 4.5 inch, 480X854 pixels 5.5 inch HD IPS, 1080 x 1920 pixels


5.5 inch HD IPS, 1080 x 1920 pixels
OS Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)


Android OS v6.0 (Marshmallow) Android OS,v5.1 (Lollipop) Android OS 6.0 Marshmallow Android OS v6.0 Marshmallow


Processor Quad-core 1.3 GHz MediaTek


Quad-core 1.3 GHz MediaTek


Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Octa-Core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon
RAM 1GB 1GB 1GB 2GB 2GB
SIM Dual SIM Dual SIM Dual SIM Dual SIM Dual SIM
Primary Camera 5MP with Dual LED flash 5MP with Dual LED flash 5MP 8MP 13MP
Secondary Camera 2MP 2MP with LED flash 2MP 2MP 5MP
Internal Storage 8GB 8GB 8GB 16GB 16GB
MicroSD Yes, 32 GB capacity Yes, 32 GB capacity Yes, 32 GB capacity Yes, 128 GB capacity Yes, 32 GB capacity
Network 3G 4G 3G 3G 4G
Battery 2100mAh Li-Po 2500mAh Li-Ion 1800mAh Li-Ion 3000mAh 3000mAh
Price on Jumia 32,450 Naira 34,100 Naira 33,660 Naira 34,500 Naira 37,900 Naira


From the table above, it can be seen that the Huawei Y3 II has specs similar to its competitors but cannot be said to be better than them.

Verdict

I rate the Huawei Y3II 6/10 and recommend it to those looking for a premium smartphone with decent features at an affordable price.

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Science/Technology / Huawei Y3 Lite Review by Technation: 4:47pm On Nov 28, 2016
Before now, I had looked forward to reviewing this smartphone recently launched by Huawei, the global leader smartphone maker. I have finally, gotten access to the phone and am sharing with you some of my observations about the “great smartphone for the poor.” Yes, smartphone for the poor

When we are talking about very innovative and affordable smartphone for low-end users then, you have to start talking about Huawei Y3. The smart device which is not more than three months of launch in Nigeria is packed with full Android features as well as extended life battery which is a primary criterion for phone selection in Nigeria. Considering the price which could be as low as 23k, I can say it’s the cheapest comparing other smartphones with the same specification.

You can order on Konga now

Huawei Y3 smartphone runs on the Android operating system, which is currently the most popular platform on the market. EMUI, by Huawei, runs on top of Android on this device, offering a customized experience.

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Specifications

Camera: 2 MP Rear /0.3 MP Front Cameras
Media Player: Yes
Talk Time: 9 Hours
Standby time: 220 Hours
Internal Memory: 4 GB Internal / 512 MB RAM. Expandable to 32GB via
MMS: Yes
Email: POP/IMAP4
GPS: Yes
Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat
USB Out: Yes
3G/WCDMA: 850 / 2100 MHz
Wi-Fi: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes 4.0
4G LTE: No
Dimensions: 137 x 63.8 x 10.9 mm
Weight: 123.00 g
Main Display: 4″ WVGA touch screen

Design

I am impressed with the design. The Huawei Y3 Lite has style. Its matte finish, curved edges, and overall design give the phone some elegance and a good fit in hand. It is thicker than most with a lighter than average weight
The phone’s body is 122.60mm high, 63.80mm wide, and has a depth of 10.90mm, 23% thicker than an average smartphone.

With a weight of 120 grams, it’s one of the lightest smartphones for its size. The smaller battery capacity helps shave weight off of this device. Dimensions of the Huawei Y3 are 133 x 68 x 9.5 m while the weight is 153 g.

Display

The screen is rather small at 4 inches. It is LCD WVGA with 16 million colors and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels or 233 ppl. The screen appears bright. For protection against scratches, the screen is coated with Corning Gorilla Glass.

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OS, Processor, and Memory

OS for the Huawei Y3 is Android 4.4 (KitKat) with EMUI Lite as an interface. It is significant that the phone’s processor is quad core. Processor speed is 1.3 GHz while RAM is 512 MB. Internal memory is 4 GB, and there is provision for storage expansion through microSD of up to 32 GB.

The base model of the Y3 has 4GB of internal storage, which makes it a poor choice for storing multimedia. Fortunately, there are other storage size options, or you can cheaply expand its storage by as much as 32GB with a microSD card.

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Camera

I wasn’t expecting much in this aspect considering the prize. The Huawei Y3 Lite has two cameras; a 5 MP 2560 x 1920 p resolution at the back and a 2 MP 800 x 480 p resolution at the front. Camera features include video, digital zoom, face detection, HDR capture and smile detection. The Huawei Y3 has two cameras; a 5 MP 2560 x 1920 p resolution at the back and a 2 MP 800 x 480 p resolution at the front. Camera features include video, digital zoom, face detection, HDR capture and smile detection.

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Battery

After a full charge, I discovered that the phone could last as much as three days probably because I didn’t download or use any application on the phone. On the other hand, after installing some essential apps for usage, I was able to use the phone for over 25hours. However, regarding battery capacity, which is the actual electric charge the battery holds, this phone can hold 1,730 mAh. It provides a 2G talk time of 6 Hours 40 minutes, 2G standby time of 280 hours, 3G talk time of 6 hours and 3G standby times of 280 hours. The phone has a super power saving mode through which users can get extra hours out of the battery. The battery is removable.

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My Verdict

Pros

It is affordable for low end users
Good and elegant design
Low weighty smartphone
Good battery life
Face detection
Cons

Its expensive compared to infinix note 2 which is in the same price range.
The camera is not too good
Doesn’t run on Marshmallow
Technology Market / Huawei’s G Power Redefines Smartphone Performance by Technation: 9:48am On Nov 25, 2016
Huawei has in the past few years been taking the smartphone industry on a rollercoaster ride of excitement and anticipation with the new phones being released from its stables. Recently the Huawei G Power was launched and this phone definitely has bragging rights.

The Huawei G Power
The G Power has a water-wave design and a professional camera which produces really great image quality. The phone’s photo quality has even been compared to the quality than an SLR camera can produce.
The most impressive feature of the G Power is its battery strength. At 4,000mah, the G Power can provide up to 3 hours of talk with as little as a 10 minute charge. The G. Power also has one of the most innovative features one can find on a smartphone, which is its “reverse charging” function. Apart from being able to retain a more than impressive battery life, the G.Power can also be used to charge other phones.

Talk about value add! But don’t take our word for it. Below are some of the specifications and unique features of the Huawei G Power:

Quick Huawei G Power Specifications
Display: 5 inch HD multi-touch display
OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop, Huawei Emotion UI 3.1
Processor: Quad Core 64 bit MT6735P x 1.5 GHz processor
SIM: Dual SIM
Battery: 4000 mAh
Memory: RAM: 2GB ROM: 16GB
Micro SD: support up to 128 GB
Camera: 13MP with BSI and F2.0 aperture
Colors: Grey, White, Gold
Who Should Pick the G Power?
Heavy app users who are constantly glued to their phones, thus requiring substantial battery strength will fall in love with the G Power. The G. Power is also perfect for users who often find their smartphones dying out on them.
The G.Power provides a good array of choice in terms of phone color, great design and a good screen so it’s the perfect package for the smart user.

For those requiring better efficiency to balance their day to day activities whether at work or at play, as it supports Dual Sim.
Users will get the power they require out of their smartphones from the Huawei G.Power.
Science/Technology / Experience The Unique Huawei Y5II by Technation: 9:37am On Nov 25, 2016
The HUAWEI Y5 II is a smartphone with fantastic features including an awesome camera, 5-inch LCD screen, in-built phone manager and a new phone feature called the easy key that allows you create short cuts which isn’t common in all android phone.

What is so amazing about the Y5II camera is that it creates a clear crisp image due to its 81 wide angle lens. The front camera projects softly on the skin helping selfies come out clearer and more natural looking even in low light environments, so no ghost-like images. The camera is also equipped with an ultra-snapshot feature that rapidly takes photos within 1.2 seconds capturing all those spontaneous moments.

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The rear camera of the Y5II is considerably the best in its range, with 8MP, dual flash light and low light shooting that ensures night time party memories are clearly captured. Also, with the Huawei Y5II there’s no need to buy photo editing apps because it comes with a professional standard 10 level auto face enhancement capability that helps create flawless, natural looking beauty shots.

The Easy key a new feature available with the Huawei Y5II helps save time. With easy key, you can by set up shortcuts for your favourite functions and apps with three simple operations; press, double press and hold, so you can say goodbye to endless clicks. The easy key is strategically place on the opposite side of the power key and volume key so the phone sits comfortably in your hand.

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With the built in phone manager, the Y5II has three built in functions to help optimize, clean and protect your device. With a 5 inch IPS LCD display, the Y5II creates a whole new definition of user experience. The extremely easy to use Android 5.1 + EMUI 3.1 UI comes with a timeline feature designed to quickly manage information. Also on the Y5II, apps can be opened by drawing letters with your knuckles with the EMUI 3.1, for instance the letter C can be drawn to turn to turn on the camera.

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Science/Technology / Huawei’s G.power Sets Standard For Smartphone Performanc by Technation: 9:23am On Nov 25, 2016
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The HUAWEI Y5 II is a smartphone with fantastic features including an awesome camera, 5-inch LCD screen, in-built phone manager and a new phone feature called the easy key that allows you create short cuts which isn’t common in all android phone.

What is so amazing about the Y5II camera is that it creates a clear crisp image due to its 81 wide angle lens. The front camera projects softly on the skin helping selfies come out clearer and more natural looking even in low light environments, so no ghost-like images. The camera is also equipped with an ultra-snapshot feature that rapidly takes photos within 1.2 seconds capturing all those spontaneous moments.

The rear camera of the Y5II is considerably the best in its range, with 8MP, dual flash light and low light shooting that ensures night time party memories are clearly captured. Also, with the Huawei Y5II there’s no need to buy photo editing apps because it comes with a professional standard 10 level auto face enhancement capability that helps create flawless, natural looking beauty shots.

The Easy key a new feature available with the Huawei Y5II helps save time. With easy key, you can by set up shortcuts for your favourite functions and apps with three simple operations; press, double press and hold, so you can say goodbye to endless clicks. The easy key is strategically place on the opposite side of the power key and volume key so the phone sits comfortably in your hand.

With the built in phone manager, the Y5II has three built in functions to help optimize, clean and protect your device. With a 5 inch IPS LCD display, the Y5II creates a whole new definition of user experience. The extremely easy to use Android 5.1 + EMUI 3.1 UI comes with a timeline feature designed to quickly manage information. Also on the Y5II, apps can be opened by drawing letters with your knuckles with the EMUI 3.1, for instance the letter C can be drawn to turn to turn on the camera.
Phones / Flash Sale: Half Price On All Huawei Smartphones Source: Http://www.guruslodge. by Technation: 9:52am On Nov 24, 2016
t may sound too good to be true but its Christmas, everything is too good to be true! All Huawei premium phones will be half price for a limited time of 2 hours at Finet experience center on the 26th of November 2016 between 12-2pm. So come and get that special someone the perfect Christmas gift even if it’s a self-gift!

To remind you of the awesome Huawei phones there’s the P9 which holds the best smartphone camera spot, the GR5 Mini with a custom designer case, the Y5II with the easy key feature, the Y6II, GR3,Y3II, Y3 LITE and others.

You better be at the Obafemi Awolowo glass house on the 26TH Of November for 50% of all Huawei phones.
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Science/Technology / Tips For Making Your Instagram And Snapchat More Popular. by Technation: 4:24pm On Nov 23, 2016
Instagram and SnapChat have in the past few years gained popularity across the social sphere with over 700 million users; including businesses using them as platforms for engaging with customers. Also, SnapChat is amazingly now the second most popular social media app. However, to really enjoy social media and these two apps, one must have the right smartphone, and most importantly a beautiful camera. According to experts, the camera quality of a smartphone is amongst the most important requirements for the success of your images, whether capturing pictures from date nights, snaps of last night’s dinner or videos from holidays.

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The Huawei Y6II camera boasts a panorama mode to get a wider photo shot, and a super night mode for better quality pictures taken at night, a 13 Megapixel rear camera that captures even the tiniest of details making it perfect for Instagram and SnapChat users. The camera also comes with a beautification mode equipped with face recognition and a 10 level face enhancement feature which means stunning Instagram pictures without having to download all the other photo editing apps. The icing on top is that with the 5.5-inch HD (1280×720) display, photos on the Y6II comes out looking radiant, crisp and clear

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Now, here are a few tips on how to keep your Snapchat and Instagram on the “cool-kid” list:
◾Photo editing – Yes Filter! For those days when the elements are not quite co-operating, editing your images is your savior. The Y6II comes inbuilt with a beautification technology that allows you to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects immediately just by touching the image. The effects are amazing yet very natural looking, so your secret is safe!
◾Panorama Pictures: Everyone loves a good selfie however sometimes people want to see a little bit more detail when you post photos. The Huawei Y6II makes this possible because it has a 77’ angle lens that captures more of your environment. So if you are on vacation and want people to see the view around you, or your cute outfit, or well laid out apartment, voila! You have struck gold with this one
◾Quick Updates on the Go – Snapchat lovers often want to capture random moments and post them quickly. If you are one of the snappies, then you would need a phone with a great processor that makes the phone perform faster. The Huawei Y6II has an impressive kirin 620 64-bit A53 octa-core processor to ensure smoother performance while multi-tasking.
◾Keep it Fresh and Interesting: Having witty captions always keeps your followers amused and creates engagement on your platform. So even though having an awesome phone like the Y6II goes a long way, make sure to keep things fresh and fun on your page. When you get a lot of LOL’s and laughter emojis on your comments, you know you’re doing something right!
Technology Market / Huawei Y6ii – Specifications & Features by Technation: 3:23pm On Nov 16, 2016
Finding that perfect mid range android smartphone that sits at the specification, has the perfect design and yet does not create a hole in your pocket could almost be impossible, but wait, that’s why we’ve go the Huawei Y6II.

Huawei Y6ii specs and Features Review

The Y6II adopts EMUI 4.1 which is customized based on Android 6.0. The upgraded build-in phone manager is faster and more power-saving. Phone Accelerator can help to clean and optimize the device. App Lock and Do Not Disturb functions also protect users’ privacy.

Quick Specs of the Huawei Y6 II
Display

This device features a classic 5.5 inch IPS display offering a 1280*720 resolution for your maximum viewing pleasure.

Camera

The Huawei Y6 II houses a 13MP BSI rear facing camera which features a 2.0 aperture for those amazing portraits you’ve always wanted. Not only do images come up beautiful on this device, you get access to make-up mode, a beautification technology allowing for users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. The function provides 8 templates and delivers more natural effects and a range of advanced beautifying functions, such as lip gloss and eye shadow.

Its 10 Levels Auto Face Enhancement function and a range of photo editing features make selfies much more perfect than ever.

Design

The Y6II Classic 3D crossed stripes design on the back cover features grains with 5176 different facets, reflecting light and shadow effects to delight users at any angle and creating a distinctive metal-like appearance. Customers could also choose the high gloss back cover design with bright color options in yellow, pink and blue, which will brighten users up every day. Details such as mould mirror polish at the sides make the phone more fashionable and superior.

The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.

Performance

The Y6II adopts Kirin 620 1.2 GHz octa-core 64 bit CPU to ensure smoother performance while multi-tasking.

What do you think about this device? I’ll love to know if you’d have this device.
Technology Market / Huawei Unveils The New Kirin960 For Amplified Smartphone Experience. by Technation: 3:15pm On Nov 16, 2016
Fast growing global smartphone company, Huawei has announced the introduction of the premium Kirin960 chipset to provide a smoother, faster and more secure Android experience for its customers. The new Kirin960 will make its debut on Huawei’s upcoming flagship device and is the latest addition to the Kirin900 family.

In addition to setting a new industry standard for smartphone power, speed and durability, the new Kirin960 is the global leader for the newest commercial Cortex-A73 CPU, Mali G71 GPU, and UFS 2.1 storage. The Kirin960 also fully supports the newest graphics standard, Vulkan to give users an ultrafast experience.According to the company, the revolutionary chipset comes with advanced performance, improved efficiency and even more security across a wide range of applications.

It also provides a great balance between performance and power consumption, with upgraded voice calling technology to provide a face-to-face calling experience, an integrated global modem that supports 4CC 600 Mbps for faster internet speeds and better performance, and the latest in-house smart audio solution, Hi6403 to produce HiFi voice quality. Country Manager, Devices, Huawei Nigeria, Leo Jiang said the Kirin960 sets a new standard for endurance time and allows consumers to enjoy augmented reality games. “Be it for photography, making calls, gaming or connectivity, the Kirin960 will enhance the Android experience,” he said.

He disclosed that the Kirin 960 was been introduced to give its consumers a smartphone experience that is constantly improving and exceeding their expectations. “The new advanced chipset supports a range of amazing features which includes amongst other unique features, the latest dual camera technology that mimics the human eye for faster focus and unparalleled clarity. The Kirin 960 is also the world’s first chip with finance-level security,” he said. Jiang further noted “Our strategy involves a strong focus on the quality of our products and we are committed to creating solutions which bridge technological gaps. This is why Huawei earmarks more than 10 percent of its annual sales revenue to research and development efforts, and we have received widespread, international acclaim and recognition for our industry standard-setting devices.”
The latest introduction of the Kirin960 is a reflection of Huawei’s premium and high-tech offering that sees sophisticated design and simple user interface come together.


The smartphone company also revealed that some of its new phone models will come equipped with the powerful Kirin 960 chipset.
Technology Market / Huawei Wins Big At Teknotel 2016 Awards by Technation: 2:57pm On Nov 16, 2016
The leading technology manufacturer took home awards in the ‘Best Dual Lens Smartphone’ and ‘Best Wearable’ categories
Lagos, Nigeria -November 2016: At the highly anticipated Teknotel awards, Huawei collected two of the most coveted awards for the P9 smartphone and Huawei Lady Watch. The leading Arabic technology publication with distribution across the region held the annual awards ceremony in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at the Nassima Royal Hotel in the presence of distinguished guests and industry leaders.
The TeknoTel Awards are presented every year and are open for the public to nominate and vote for the industry’s outstanding brands and products. The event runs in parallel to the GITEX Technology Week and recognizes the most innovative devices and companies across the various categories.

David Wang, UAE Country Manager at Huawei Consumer Business Group commented on the occasion saying, “We appreciate the support from the community and extend our sincerest gratitude to TeknoTel for hosting us. These awards are especially meaningful as they are driven by consumer’s tastes and preferences. The achievement recognizes Huawei’s efforts to continuously offer technologies that enhance the lives of consumers everywhere.”

Huawei’s latest flagship device, the Huawei P9, won in the category of ‘Best Dual Lens Smartphone’ taking on competitors such as Apple and LG. Since its introduction to the market in April 2016, the P9 dual-lens camera co-engineered with Leica Camera AG has received several accolades. The impressive performance features include a 12 megapixel dual-lens rear camera, 8mp front selfie shooter and powerful 3000mAh battery.

In the wearable technology category, several devices were nominated including the Apple watch, the Tag Heuer Connected and the Samsung gear S2. However, it was the Huawei Lady Watch that stole the spotlight with its elegant design and premium craftsmanship. Featuring 68 Swarovski Zirconia dotted around the rose gold-plated case, the Huawei Lady Watch lies perfectly at the cross roads of fashion and technology.


The devices are a reflection of Huawei’s premium and high-tech offering that sees sophisticated design and simple user interface come together. As a leading technology company, Huawei earmarks more than 10 percent of its annual sales revenue to research and development efforts and has established 16 research centers around the world. As a result of this, Huawei has received widespread, international acclaim and recognition for their industry standard-setting devices.
Science/Technology / Meet The Huawei Y6II, Huawei’s Latest Mid-range Device For The Nigerian Market. by Technation: 11:09am On Nov 14, 2016
The Huawei Y6II is the latest 4G enabled mid-range smartphone by Huawei. Check out its specs

DISPLAY

The Y6II features a 5.5-inch IPS display and offers 1280*720 resolution, providing users a clear and comfortable experience.

You also get a GFF Full Lamination—Transparent

CAMERA

It’s equipped with a 13-megapixel BSI CMOS rear-facing camera with F2.0 and an 8-megapixel f/2.0 front shooter.hw_u_019355
Make-up mode
The Y6II’s beautification technology allows for users to enhance images with various makeup styles and preview the effects in real time with a single touch. The function provides eight templates and delivers more natural effects and a range of advanced beautifying features, such as lip gloss and eye shadow.

DESIGN

The Y6II Classic 3D crossed stripes design on the back cover features grains with 5176 different facets, reflecting light and shadow effects to delight users at any angle and creating a distinctive metal-like appearance. Customers could also choose the high gloss back cover design with bright color options in yellow, pink and blue, which will brighten users up every day. Details such as mold mirror polish at the sides make the phone more fashionable and superior.

The curved shape design is convenient for single-handed use and offers users the most comfortable grip.

PERFORMANCE

The Y6II adopts Kirin 620 1.2 GHz octa-core 64 bit CPU to ensure smoother performance while multi-tasking.


EMUI

Y6II adopts EMUI 4.1 which is customized based on Android 6.0. The upgraded build-in phone manager is faster and more power-saving. Phone Accelerator can help to clean and optimize the device. App Lock and Do Not Disturb functions protect users’ privacy.

BATTERY & STORAGE

You get a 16GB native storage with an expansion of up to 32GB
Lastly, the Y6II is powered by a 3000mAh non-removal battery.
PRICE

At the moment, you can get the Huawei Y6II for N76,000.


What do you think?

Phones / Smartphones: A New Dimension To Bullet Proof by Technation: 1:21pm On Nov 02, 2016
Lagos, Nigeria – 28th October, 2016: More and more stories have continued to emerge from around the world of victims of violence whose lives were saved by their Huawei mobile devices. The latest is the story of a very fortunate South African man, Siraaj Abrahams who is only alive today, thanks to his Huawei P8 which caught the bullet targeted at his heart.



According to the 41-year-old Abrahams, a father of five children who runs an IT and automotive business in Cape Town, he was attacked and a bullet that could have penetrated his chest got lodged in his Huawei P8 Lite instead. After being shot, he passed out without knowing his Huawei smartphone had saved his life. Sometime later, Abrahams claimed to have seen the hole left by the bullet in his jacket and his broken Huawei smartphone and realized what had happened.



As odd as the story sounds, it is not actually the first time a Huawei smartphone has blocked a bullet and saved a life. A P7 user living in the tropical forests of Guatemala had a similar story to tell. Another grateful Huawei phone user is a researcher from Milllward Brown who used the Media Pad as a shield to protect himself from a gunshot fire exchange in Garissa, Kenya that could have taken his life while he was conducting field work research.



Interesting stories have been reported where smartphones have been used for everything from cracking walnuts to catching bullets. While these stories claim quite a bit of luck, world leading smartphone manufacturer Huawei continues to take steps to refine their manufacturing and quality control processes. This ensures that devices are crafted to perfection with multiple rounds of testing and developers pay meticulous attention to the device’s design and manufacturing processes.

For instance, according to Huawei, when it comes to inspection, it has a top-notch reliability test laboratory where comprehensive tests are conducted on all its handsets and at times these measures can be extreme. Some of these tests include:
• Mechanical reliability check: A sample must withstand thousands of rounds of drum tests, 500 rounds of twist tests, a 70kg hardware stress test and 2,000 rounds of software stress tests.
• Environmental durability: The sample undergoes a 72-hour solar radiation test, 48 hours of hot and cold shift tests, 8 hours of salt spray tests, damp heat test, vibration test and other wear-resistance tests.
• Lifecycle reliability checks: The sample undergoes 800,000 touch screen taps, 200,000 key touches, 5,000 headphone plug endurance tests and 10,000 USB interface plug endurance tests.

In terms of quality management systems, Huawei’s products meet the world’s most rigid standards such as those applied in the US, Europe and Japan and all products passing through the human radiation safety laboratory testing fully comply with the US FCC certification, says Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group. “Quality is the integrity and lifeline of Huawei. It employs the ‘craftsmen’s spirit’ to measure its products and ensure zero defects.”


Thanks to its zero tolerance towards defective products and continued pursuit of innovation and quality, Huawei has earned global success and widespread acclaim. In the telecommunication equipment market, Huawei is already the world’s leading information and communication solutions provider. In the smartphone market, according to figures from market and user experience research consultancy, GFK, Huawei’s global market share has stayed in the top three, while taking the lead in most markets. More than 60% of Huawei’s revenue comes from the overseas market as its products are shipped to over 170 countries around the world.

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