Chinese telecom companies Huawei and ZTE release phones, hoping to gain market share of smartphones. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C The smartphone market has become big business, and several Chinese companies want a piece of the action. At a major mobile communication Conference in Barcelona, two of these companies have made their stand. Here at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, two Chinese mobile communication companies are unveiling their latest smartphones. It's the largest exhibition and conference for the mobile industry in the world, and two Chinese companies, Huawei and ZTE, have their sights on dominating the market. [Ben Wood, Analyst]: "Five years ago, it was Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Ericsson. Now brands like Huawei, from China are arriving with very, very aggressive ambition. They are saying they want to sell 60 million smartphones this year." Part of Huawei's strategy, as well as their other Chinese rival ZTE, is to sell their smartphones for 15-20 percent cheaper their Western counterparts, while still offering high quality devices. Huawei unveiled its new Ascend D, which runs on Google's Android software. [Frederic Fleurance, Huawei Global Product Marketing Director]: "As soon as you will touch a screen, it will be faster, much much faster. So anything that you will do on looking at videos, gaming, browsing you will have a much faster reaction time in your device." This may mean trouble for companies like Nokia and Blackberry, which are struggling to survive in a market they once dominated.
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Huawei Ascend II Review Part 2 Huawei is starting to stake its claim in the U.S. smartphone market and the Ascend II is just one of many new Android devices we're seeing from the Chinese company. The Ascend II is definitely worth looking into, considering its price tag of $0. Any time you can get a phone for free, it's definitely pique your interest. However, just because it is free, doesn't always mean that it's the obvious choice. So, where does the Ascend II stand? It's definitely a low-end smartphone. With a 600 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera, and a low-resolution 3.5-inch display, you can see why this phone is Free. It's nice that the phone ships with Android 2.3 instead of the older version 2.2, and Huawei's UI adds some interesting customization features. Still, with U.S. Cellular's other budget-friendly options, the Huawei Ascend II has some tough competition. Is it the phone you should get? Find out in the review. Part 2 of 2 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/phonedog Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phonedog Win Free Phones: http://instantwin.phonedog.com/ Visit http://www.PhoneDog.com for all the latest cell phone news, reviews, and more.
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The world of wireless is no longer a wild frontier. The pace of innovation is still rapid, the products still intriguing, but nowadays there's a predictability to the landscape. Each year, we can expect a new flagship product from the heavy hitters: Apple, Samsung, HTC, etc. The intervals between are spiced up by gap fillers: those second- and third-tier manufacturers that bring us occasional greatness, and also frequent mediocrity. It's nice, then, to watch a new player come onto the scene every so often. One of the latest such entrants is Chinese manufacturer Huawei. Though the company is by no means new or small -it was founded in 1987 and reports profits in the billions- its focus on mobile handset sales to customers outside of China is a somewhat recent development. In addition to announcing development of its own in-house chipset at last February's Mobile World Congress, the company unveiled a slew of high-end smartphones - among them the Ascend P1. Huawei was kind enough to provide us with a review unit, and we've been taking it for a stateside spin for the last week or so. Is it impressive enough to secure Huawei's future as a legitimate contender in the global smartphone market? Watch to find out.
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http://bit.ly/RHzuWI Huawei Ascend P1 review by Dialaphone. Chinese manufacturer Huawei is making moves towards the high-end of the smartphone market with its latest mobile phone, a powerful device which offers Android Ice Cream Sandwich along with a high quality camera and Huawei's own 3D user interface. Featuring a 4.3-inch super AMOLED display and dual-core, 1.5GHz processor, the Ascend P1 is quite a departure from the firm's earlier, cut-price devices and could offer some real competition for the likes of Samsung and HTC thanks to some innovative features. Huawei has given users of the Ascend P1 the option to switch between its own user interface and the unaltered version of Ice Cream Sandwich, a unique feature that offers a great deal of choice in how the phone is used. Along with this there are several multimedia features along with Huawei's own Music+ app which uses Dolby sound enhancement on you tracks. So, what were thoughts about the Huawei Ascend P1? Check out the full review here: http://www.dialaphone.co.uk/blog/2012/10/25/huawei-ascend-p1-review-huaweis-on-the-up/ For any tips, tutorials, news and mobile technology reviews make sure you subscribe to the Dialaphone channel. DO SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dialaphone FOLLOW US: http://www.facebook.com/Dialaphone http://twitter.com/#!/dialaphone http://www.dialaphone.co.uk TAGS: Huawei Ascent P1, Review, Dialaphone, Music, Android, Camera, Ice Cream Sandwich, Mobile Phone, Apps, Smartphone, 3d, Interface, Premium, Dolby, Super, AMOLED, Dual-Core, P1, D-series, news, Dialaphone , mobile, technology, reviews, tips
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One of the most impressive sights at the Mobile World Congress was for sure the insanely awesome Huawei Horse, made of hundreds, maybe thousands of real Huawei smartphones (my guess, probably just some bad yields thus recycled for art). The statement I think is that Huawei is now ready to take over the market. They mean business. They are serious about it. They claim to have the fastest Smartphone and Tablet on the market, and they also cover all ranges all the way down to the cheapest lowest end most affordable Smartphone. My take is we all need to pay attention to Huawei. In any ways, this Huawei Horse is awesome. It was an awesome sight during the nights of the MWC, imagine an awesome DJ up high in front of the columns, the castle at the top of the mountain, awesome house music, acrobats, and cool lights lighting up this Huawei Horse, mobile industry insiders networking in front of that. This is awesome.
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http://www.bdafrica.com Nokia's General Manager for East and central Africa Mr Bruce Howe
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For more details, check out our web site: http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/Huawei-Mercury-Ice-Review_id3124 Huge brands such as ESPN and Best Buy have tried and failed, but that isn't enough to stop Radio Shack from taking their cuts at the MVNO game. While their service is not limited to smartphones, their "unlimited" data and music offerings are certainly geared to those higher-spec'd devices. Radio Shack has turned to Huawei (Waa-way)- another large company looking to make their mark on the US wireless industry- to launch this new service. The Huawei Mercury Ice is the same device found on Cricket, but with a pearl white paint job that earns it the Ice tag line...
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Apple's rank in China's smartphone market fell to number six in the third quarter from number four in the second quarter, market research firm IDC said on Thursday. This comes one day after Apple's shares fell more than 6 percent on the Nasdaq, its largest single-day drop in four years. Samsung stayed at its No.1 spot in the market, while Lenovo Group and Huawei Technologies kept their No.2 and No.5 slots, said IDC. Chinese brand Coolpad leaped three notches to No.3 in the country, but ZTE Corp dropped one place to No.4 during the July to September period. IDC experts said they anticipate a rebound for Apple in China with the launch of the iPhone 5 later in December. Apple received approval from regulators last week for the sale of the iPhone 5 in the country. This year China is expected to become the world's biggest smartphone market, while already boasting the largest mobile phone market. Competition has been growing amongst Chinese and global vendors as they vie for the attention of China's one billion mobile phone subscribers. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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Huawei's global terminal CEO shares his views on the global device market while showcasing the world's slimmest smartphone
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Huawei Ascend II Review Part 1 Huawei is starting to stake its claim in the U.S. smartphone market and the Ascend II is just one of many new Android devices we're seeing from the Chinese company. The Ascend II is definitely worth looking into, considering its price tag of $0. Any time you can get a phone for free, it's definitely pique your interest. However, just because it is free, doesn't always mean that it's the obvious choice. So, where does the Ascend II stand? It's definitely a low-end smartphone. With a 600 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera, and a low-resolution 3.5-inch display, you can see why this phone is Free. It's nice that the phone ships with Android 2.3 instead of the older version 2.2, and Huawei's UI adds some interesting customization features. Still, with U.S. Cellular's other budget-friendly options, the Huawei Ascend II has some tough competition. Is it the phone you should get? Find out in the review. Part 1 of 2 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/phonedog Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phonedog Win Free Phones: http://instantwin.phonedog.com/ Visit http://www.PhoneDog.com for all the latest cell phone news, reviews, and more.
Views: 76377 PhoneDog
Kako se prijaviti na Android Market na Huawei U8500? Pogledajte video prezentaciju procesa prijavljivanja i instaliranja jedne aplikacije sa ndroid Marketa. Sva vaša pitanja možete postaviti na forumu za pomoć korisnicima na adresi www.halohalo.rs/forum/
Views: 10361 Halo, Halo
Why did Chinese tech giant Huawei choose to set up three offices in Denmark? Watch Country Manager Jason Lan explain.
Views: 381 Invest in Denmark
October 7th, 2012
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asia tech news round up http://www.revision3.com/postpcnation Wondering what's going on in Asian tech news? We've got 3 of the top stories here for you so you can keep caught up on what s going on where all the tech is made.
Views: 1259 PostPCNation
Last year 2011 Smartphones Market has been dominating by Google Android and will continue most likely through next year at same time iPhone keeping it's market share and growing by introducing iPhone 4S . The Year 2011 Android OS device was Samsung Galaxy S2 but in 2011 the Galaxy S2 being Challenge by Samsung it's owen device Sasmsung Galaxy Nexus, Follow by HTC One X & S, Sony Xperia S, Motorola Razr X910, and most likely it would be some new rival such as Huawei Ascend D & LG Optimus 4X HD P880. Big failures are Nokia not much luck with Symbian Anna OS & now trying Microsoft Window 7.5 Mango on this coming Smartphone Lumnia 900. Blackberry has lost big time it's market share by introducing same devices such as Bold Touch 9900 & Blackberry Bold 9790.
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VOTE NOW for your favorite smartphone at http://www.phonedog.com/rankings Aaron takes a look at the Huawei T-Mobile myTouch, a mid-range Android smartphone that's available now for $49.99 after rebate. Featuring a 1.4 GHz single-core Snapdragon S2 processor, the myTouch offers a 4" WVGA display (800x480 pixels), 5-megapixel shooter with 720p HD recording, a 1,500 mAh battery, and Android 2.3.6 with a custom UI. It's not the best Android phone on the market by any means, but it gets the job done - though you can find better alternatives for the same price on other carriers (such as the HTC One X on AT&T for $99). Is it worth committing to it for two years? Part 2 of 2. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/phonedog Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phonedog Google+: http://gplus.to/phonedog Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: http://www.phonedog.com/rankings Win Free Phones: http://instantwin.phonedog.com/ Visit http://www.PhoneDog.com for all the latest cell phone news, reviews, and more.
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MWC 2012: Huawei Ascend D quad worlds fastest smartphone
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You think you know all the smartphones out there... the high-end Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. But there are others, such as Lenovo, trying to corner a chunk of this highly profitable segment - and they're coming from the low-end part of the market.
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Link: http://www.smartkeitai.com/huawei-honor-and-vision-android-smartphones-demo-video/ In this video, we get a brief look at the Huawei Honor and Huawei Vision Android smartphones. Both handsets hit the market in late 2011. Check out the specs below. Huawei Honor (Mercury on Cricket Wireless) specs: 4-inch FWVGA display, 1.4GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal storage, 8-megapixel camera with 720p video capture, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, 1900mAh battery, and Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. Huawei Vision specs: Curved 3.7" WVGA display, Qualcomm MSM8255 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 2GB of internal storage, 5 megapixel camera, VGA front-facing camera, 1400mAh battery, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread with SPB Shell 3D UI. CONNECT WITH US: Visit us: http://smartkeitai.com Follow us: http://twitter.com/smartkeitai Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/smartkeitai Like us: http://facebook.com/smartkeitaifb If you enjoyed the video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel.
Views: 6352 SmartKeitai
http://news.com CNET senior writer Jay Greene talks to John Roese, senior vice president at Huawei, about the challenges the telecom company must overcome in the U.S. market.
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http://www.FT.com/ The popularity of smartphones is causing a fundamental shift in the handset market in China. The FT's Kathrin Hille visits Shenzhen in southern China to discover where the mobile phone industry is heading. For more video content from the FT, visit the Financial Times video section at: http://www.ft.com/video
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http://techonbudget.com/phones/huawei-ascend-g330-affordable-android-ics-4-incher The Huawei Ascend G330 is the latest Android 4.0 phone with a 4-inch WVGA screen, a dual-core 1GHz CPU, and a 5-megapixel camera. We don't have info on pricing yet, but you can expect it will "not cost a fortune", as Huawei says. It will hit the market in November.
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La APP de la cámara que hablaba. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.flavionet.android.camera.pro&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5mbGF2aW9uZXQuYW5kcm9pZC5jYW1lcmEucHJvIl0. Lo que no dije: android 2.2 tiene GPS brújula y acelerometro.
Views: 23515 Paul Olivares
Huawei Ascend D Quad Core Hands-on - First Look at New Android 4.0 Phone. One of the first widely-anticipated quad-core phones, the Huawei Ascend D quad is powered by Huawei's K3V2 quad-core 1.2GHz/1.5GHz processor, which the company claims is the fastest on the market. The Huawei Ascend D quad also boasts a 4.5-inch 720P high definition touchscreen, Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound, a 8-megapixel BSI rear-facing camera, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, and 1080p full HD video-capture and playback capabilities. Measuring 64mm narrow and 8.9mm thick, the Huawei Ascend D quad UK launch date is set for Q2 2012 -- UK price has not yet been confirmed.
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http://www.androidauthority.com/huawei-mediapad-7-lite-review-133598/ - In this video, we review the Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite. Is it worth it's price? Does it have what it takes to go toe to toe with other heavyweights like the Nexus 7? 7-inch tablets are proving to be the perfect size for individuals on the go and it's that market that Huawei aimed to tap with the MediaPad 7 Lite, an entry-level tablet geared towards young professionals. Check out the video review! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=androidauthority ---------------------------------------------------- Stay connected to Android Authority: - http://www.androidauthority.com - https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AndroidAuthority/posts - http://www.facebook.com/androidauthority/ - http://www.twitter.com/androidauth/
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Transport Network Solution for Electric Power Industry - HuaweiTechnologies
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Viewer Smartphone Survey ... in response to a viewer survey I held last week. Researching your chosen type of phones, likes & dislikes, features, improvements and your favourite apps. Useful Links My 2nd Channel http://www.youtube.com/dailytechtv Website http://www.geekanoids.co.uk/ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/geekanoids/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/geekan0ids Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale.
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Alex Sinclair, CTO of GSMA, predicts that operators will have an addressable market of $600 million (USD) for connectivity services by 2020, and urges they move beyond smartphone applications and look to industry models such as e-healthcare. Learn more about Huawei MBB Forum, visit http://www.huawei.com/en/about-huawei/events/hw-126977-hw_126977.htm
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Sorry it's kinda blurry my camera hates recording my phone. This is part one in make your ascend faster. I noticed alot of videos but alot of dead links or complicated processes so i made a easy to use tutorial. In this video it's how to root your phone. This is one of the safest mods you can do. Step one, either download to your computer or strait to the phone here are the links (Z4 root is free just no longer in the market) http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=446145&d=1290341328 or tiny.cc/dancastz4root (easy to type in on the phone) Step Two, Open the file on the phone (if downloaded to the computer you will need to transfer it to your memory card) install excepting the terms, also it may tell you to check the box for non-market app installation. Step Three, Run Z4Root and select permanent root. It may ask you to enable USB debugging it's in development in the application settings if it does enable it and re run z4root. Step Four, sit and wait won't take long and will reboot when it is done and there ya go Rooted! Rooting doesn't actually make your phone faster but it does allow alot more things to work on the phone like launchers or Ti Backup (lets you get rid of the crap cricket apps). Root access is needed to install Clockwork Recovery which we will tackle in the next video. In this series i will be making my phone ATLEAST twice as fast with CM7 or even faster (as far as i'm concerned) with Icarus 1.1. Also i'll show a step by step to have a flash back to bone stock on standby just in case. This is my third Huawei ascend and my wife is on her second my first was literally worn out from use. I love this phone and it's now about the cheapest android you can get from cricket (if you can find one). If there is alot of interest in this series i will be happy to take suggestions or try to help with problems. Also later i might be doing another series on the Huawei Ascend 2 or the Huawei Mercury
Views: 16230 DanCastDaily
From launching the world's fastest smartphone to hosting our inaugural Broader Way Forum, it has been an exciting week for Huawei at Mobile World Congress 2012. Ron Raffensperger, Director of Cloud Computing Marketing at Huawei, shares the highlights.
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Michael MacDonald, Huawei Technologies Thailand's CTO talked about Huawei's direction in Thailand's telecom market.
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Ubiquitous Access Solution for Finance Industry - HuaweiTechnologies
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Huawei's Richard Brennan, Vice Director of Industry Standards, discusses the Internet of Things and the impact this will have on networks.
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This short film shows how the Huawei WAD solution manages the Advertising Business from beginning to end.
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http://bwone.com/huawei-ascend-p1-hands-on-demo-ces-2012/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/bwonedotcom Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/115427676020280125875/ RSS Feed: http://bwone.com/feed Facebook: http://facebook.com/bwonedotcom Empire Avenue: http://empireavenue.com/bwone The Ascend P1 is the new flagship high-end smartphone from Huawei. It comes wit ha 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display with qHD resolution, 1.5 MHz dual-core TI OMAP 4460 Cortext-A9 processor, 1 GB or Ram, 4 GB of on-board storage, dedicated SGX 540 graphics processor, 8.0 megapixel rear facing camera with HD video capture plus dual LED flash, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It supports all 4 GSM bands and 5 UMTS bands which gives it support for T-Mobile 4G HSPA+ network so that could be the US carrier that picks this one up. Its one of the thinness phones in the market at just 7.69mm and uses capacitive buttons instead of the virtual buttons seen on the Galaxy Nexus. Check out the hands-on demo and pictures below.
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See how they are assembling tablets.
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http://PHONEDOCTORS.com presents a the Huawei Impulse Screen Replacement Guide. This guide will teach you how to replace the digitizer on your Huawei Impulse. You can get your part from PhoneDoctors.com and feel comfortable fixing your device knowing that we have the best warranties and support in the industry. For the digitizer DIY KIT , please visit: http://bit.ly/10iNlrs
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Sorry for the wait been sick but here is part 2 part 3 (cm7 install) is also recorded and should be up tommarow. Like, Comment and subscribe Please! This is part two in make your ascend faster. I noticed alot of videos but alot of dead links or complicated processes so i made a easy to use tutorial. In this video it's how to install rom manager/clockwork recovery on your phone. This is one of the safest mods you can do. And you can back up your phone with it Step one, either download to your computer or strait to the phone here are the links http://www.apktops.com/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=4334 http://tiny.cc/dancastrommgr (easy to type into the phone) Step Two, Open the file on the phone (if downloaded to the computer you will need to transfer it to your memory card) install excepting the terms, also it may tell you to check the box for non-market app installation. Step Three, Run The Rom manager and select Fix Permissions (this will take awhile and then need a reboot) Step Four, re-run rom manager and select Flash ClockworkMod Recovery wait for it to do it's thing and your done! Root access is needed to install Clockwork Recovery Mod and that was in part 1 of the video series. In the next video we will install CM7 android 2.3, then after that video we will show you how to roll back to stock and then install Icarus (my rom of choice) CM7 is great with it's 2.3 features but Icarus is just as fast keeps the swype keyboard and is a bit more stable but we'll go over everything in those videos. In this series i will be making my phone ATLEAST twice as fast with CM7 or even faster (as far as i'm concerned) with Icarus 1.1. Also i'll show a step by step to have a flash back to bone stock on standby just in case. This is my third Huawei ascend and my wife is on her second my first was literally worn out from use. I love this phone and it's now about the cheapest android you can get from cricket (if you can find one). If there is alot of interest in this series i will be happy to take suggestions or try to help with problems. Also later i might be doing another series on the Huawei Ascend 2 or the Huawei Mercury
Views: 17969 DanCastDaily
This video describes Huawei professional services methodology for advanced technologies inductions into its customer's IT& network infrasturcture. This video also brieflly highlights an importance of some of the common deliverables from a typical project lifecycle.
Views: 415 Ayush Sharma