Huawei Mate 8 Review

Huawei Mate 8 Review

Surging to new heights after the successful release of theGoogle Nexus 6P, consumers around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the company behind the prized phone. Huawei’s remarkable run in 2015 is extending already into the New Year, where it used CES 2016 to announce its latest smartphone in the Mate lineup – the Huawei Mate 8. It’s been over a year since its predecessor launched, but even more pressing is that the bar has since been raised by the Nexus 6P, so the Mate 8 is predisposed to a higher level of expectation. Similar to the recent Mate S, however, we’re a bit skeptical about its worth being attached with a starting price of €599 (~$650). That’s quite a wallop considering all things, but let’s find out how it fairs. Read all here:

Samsung’s upcoming SM R150 activity tracker leaked in images

Back in November last year, there were reports that Samsung is working on an affordable fitness tracker. It was also revealed that the device carries a model number of SM-R150 and an internal codename of Triathlon. Now, some alleged leaked images of the wearable have surfaced online, revealing that it sports a round display as well as a rotating bezel, making it similar in design to the South Korean company’s Gear S2 smartwach.The images indicate that the device features a heart-rate sensor, and is also capable of counting exercise repetitions as well as keeping track of water intake. More photos here:

ZTE Nubia Prague S announced, Snapdragon 615 and 5.2inch FullHD display

ZTE Nubia Prague S ZTE Nubia Prague S

ZTE has just announced the Nubia Prague S smartphone. Quite similar to the existing My Prague model, the new device does bring a few changes, though it can hardly be called a successor. Starting off with the display, it’s the same 5.2-inch FullHD affair, complete with 2.5D glass. Running the show is again the Snapdragon 615, with an octa-core CPU inside. Prague S, however, packs 3GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage (expandable, too) in all its versions, whereas My Prague comes with either 2GB/16GB or 3GB/32GB. Read more here: