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?
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.
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 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.
With dual SIM card slots, a 13-MP camera and an unlocked price of $249, can the Huawei P8 Lite crack the U.S. market?