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Upgraded versions of the Huawei MateBook X Pro 2021, Huawei MateBook 14 2021, and Huawei MateBook D 14 will be available for sale in Australia from 11 November, the Huawei Consumer Business Group has announced.

Published in Hardware

Huawei launched its Mate 40 series late last year, and despite no Google Play, it still challenges Samsung's latest S21 series for the most advanced Android phone of all. Could President Biden restore Huawei's access to Google this year?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Chinese smartphone vendor Huawei Technologies has released its latest smartphone, the Huawei Mate Pro 40, in Australia.

Published in Mobility

Smartphone maker Huawei has added the popular urban mobility app Moovit to its AppGallery and users can download it right away, the company says.

Published in Apps

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has released a Find Apps search widget for its users in Australia, describing it as an open gateway to a million apps.

Published in Mobility

The consumer business group of Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies has launched its MateBook X Pro in Australia, a device that has mouth-watering specs but also a rather heavy price.

Published in Hardware
Friday, 25 October 2019 10:45

Huawei launches nova 5T smartphone for $699

Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has launched the nova 5T smartphone in Australia, claiming it offers flagship performance at a price of $699.

Published in Mobility

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies has launched a new smartphone, the Y9 Prime 2019, in the Australian market, with a pop-up front camera that permits a notchless screen and is claimed to make the taking of selfies more fun. It retails for $399.

Published in Mobility

Happytel says it is "Australia's most trusted repairer", serving over "2500 happy customers daily", and is now an authorised Huawei service centre network. The full launch video and two vidoe interviews are below, please read on. 

Published in Phones

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies will launch its Matebook X Pro range in Australia on 22 November, with models to be available for purchase online and at the Microsoft store in Sydney.

Published in Hardware

Facial recognition technology is being added to some smartphone models made by Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technology.

Published in Mobility




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