At just $179 for a big, 5.5-inch screen and fingerprint reader, Huawei's Ascend 5W looks enticing, but mediocre battery life and underexposed photos make the total package much less appetizing.
With the Honor 6X, Huawei puts a lot into a midrange phone, including a rear fingerprint sensor, a 5.5-inch FHD screen and 2 rear cameras.
Huawei is stepping up big with the 5.9-inch Mate 9. It packs the company's newest Kirin 960 processor and uses machine learning to prevent slowdown over time.
Huawei's Kirin 960 CPU surpasses the iPhone 7's A10 chip in some tests, including Geekbench multi-core and opening lots of apps.
With the Honor 8, Huawei has created a premium 5.2-inch phone with dual rear cameras, fingerprint sensor and an attractive color-shifting paint job.
A Leica-engineered rear camera that produces crisp, colorful images highlights Huawei's P9, but the phone's lackluster battery life keeps it from being a top pick.
Huawei teamed up with a top-tier camera maker in Leica, but the resulting new P9 still can't beat the Galaxy S7's cameras.
Huawei gets premium with the Mate S, which starts at 649 Euros and packs a 5.5-inch screen, quad-core CPU and a slick aluminum body.
The $179 Huawei TalkBand B2 is an activity tracker that doubles as a Bluetooth earpiece, but its wonky sleep tracking, limited app functionality and short battery life hold it back.