Armed with a quartet of cameras and seriously innovative software, the Huawei P30 Pro is the best thing to happen to mobile photography yet. It's a pretty awesome phone, too.
The MateBook 13 makes a strong first impression. It’s cheaper than the MacBook Air, has a faster processor and offers a better keyboard.
Huawei is buckling down on photography for its upcoming P20 Pro with a trio of rear lenses and a boatload of AI features. But will it be enough to topple the iPhone X and Pixel 2?
Honor's latest value-minded midrange phone brings the bezel-less display trend down to an affordable price, and we've gone hands-on.
Thanks to its Kirin 970 AI processor and dedicated neural processing unit, the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro can do things other flagships simply can’t.
The Honor 9 offers flagship specs and a gorgeous all-glass design to go along with its dual cameras. But will it be worth the wait?
The Huawei Watch 2 is a slick Android Wear 2.0 device with a nifty battery saving mode, but it won't offer built-in 4G LTE -- at least, not in its U.S. version.
With a vibrant array of Pantone certified colors, a nifty fingerprint sensor and dual rear cameras, the P10 is an intriguing next step for Huawei. Too bad it won't be available in the US.
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.
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.
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.