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Samsung and LG will definitely launch new phones, but other tech firms are being just a little more coy about their mobile plans leading up to Mobile World Congress 2016.
The Huawei P8 is a good option at its asking price, although it falls ever so short of being an entirely “premium” experience.
If there’s an early theme at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it’s wearable technology, with Huawei announcing multiple new wearable devices today.
The Vodafone Huawei 4G Cube isn’t much of a cube, as cubes go. But as a small home router with a cute design, it has a certain appeal, as long as you can get a decent 4G signal going into it in the first place.
Vodafone’s traditionally steered clear of the fixed line broadband market, being a mobile telco and all. It’s just launched its latest product that’s aimed pretty solidly at the fixed line broadband market, however. Is it worth buying?
The Huawei Ascend Mate 7 did something I did not expect. It took me by surprise.