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With Hong Kong boasting pretty much the fastest average internet speed on this planet, it’s no surprise that the city is also one of the first to launch commercial 150Mbps LTE Cat 4 service — just right after SingTel’s launch in Singapore earlier this month. Announced yesterday by CSL (who operates both one2free and the more premium 1010), its FD-LTE network takes advantage of the recently acquired 5MHz extended spectrum, in order to increase the capacity of 2600MHz from 2 x 15MHz to 2 x 20MHz. This upgrade is what enables Cat 4 download speed of up to 150Mbps on this band as of yesterday.
The company’s 1800MHz spectrum will also get an upgrade from 2 x 10MHz to 2 x 15MHz in June, followed by another jump to 2 x 20MHz towards the end of the year. You’ll find a live demo video (courtesy of RingHK) showing the performance difference between Cat 3 and Cat 4 after the break, with CTO Christian Daigneault claiming he’s seen a speed increase of up to twice as fast in the lab.
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Huawei launched a customized version of its Ascend W1 Windows Phone for Africa today, as Microsoft tries to make headway in less-saturated markets on the continent. The phone, called the Huawei 4Afrika, is being launched in Angola, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, and South Africa, and will be available in blue, red, black, and white. The device will be the first in a “4Afrika” series, part of Microsoft’s bigger strategy for the region.
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It’s just been about a week since the Ascend D2′s official launching at CES, however according to Huawei’s most recent statement on Sina Weibo, the maker will already be providing its unsubsidized 5-inch 1080p flagship at its on-line store right after 5pm neighborhood time tomorrow. Specifically, this will be a China Telecom (CDMA2000) variant with dual-SIM support, so Huawei fans outside China may want to wait for the WCDMA taste (there’s always the Oppo Find 5 also). If you occur to be in China and do not mind utilizing China Telecom, then feel free to fork out & yen; 3,990 or about $ 640 to be one of the first handful of owners of this 32GB, 1.5 GHz quad-core gadget. That is, if you manage to get your order with “while stocks last. “
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The days preceding CES are like an easter egg search, with clues of future products everywhere. Quickly revealed near the cabstand line of the Las Vegas Convention Center is a signboard proudly showing the Huawei Ascend D2 we have actually been expecting. We will need to wait till tomorrow at 1pm ET for the Huawei press event for the official details, though, which we’ll obviously be covering live.
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How huge is too big? Well, that’s clearly not Huawei’s concern, as it’s about to introduce a 6.1-inch 1080p Android phone at CES. But even 2 weeks (before the business’s CES press day) is excessive for the impatient Richard Yu, who went on and whipped out his beastly device in front of fans at a Huawei shop in Guangzhou the other day– there’s a video of the intimate moment after the break. According to earlier reports, the Ascend Mate will feature a 1.8 GHz HiSilicon K3V3 quad-core chip, together with a gigantic 4,000 mAh battery, 9.9 mm thickness and a price of simply under & yen; 3,000 (about $ 480). Yu composed on Sina Weibo stating the last specs may differ somewhat, however the 43-year-old executive did include that the 361ppi show is of LTPS (reduced temperature polysilicon) nature. Just like the Ascend W1 and the Ascend D2, all will be revealed at CES.
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Huawei’s first-ever Windows Phone, the Ascend W1, is no complete stranger to us at this point, however nobody’s been certain about its debut until now. After mourning his little girl’s 2 taken ducks on Sina Weibo, Senior Vice President Richard Yu said not only will his business formally introduce its WP8 device at CES following month, however it’ll additionally be flaunting its Android-powered Ascend D2 (imagined center and right). Interestingly, Yu additionally expressed issue that the D2 “Dream Phone” will be too costly to produce due to the powerful specs: five-inch 1080p show, quad-core 1.5 GHz chip (unquestionably Huawei’s extremely own K3V2), 13-megapixel camera and 3,000 mAh battery– all according to leaked information from an interior event from late October, as well as a current declaring in the TENAA data source. Do not stress, Richard, just give us a good cost tag and we’ll be all over you.
HTC, Nokia and Samsung have each showcased their initial volley of Windows Phone 8 mobiles, but Huawei has yet to expose the Ascend hardware it promised would run Microsoft’s smartphone Operating System. The firm’s Richard Yu took to the social network Sina Weibo and outed the device as the Ascend W1 earlier this week, but kept other specifics under wraps. Citing sources from within the company, Chinese language outlet Winp is now declaring that the W1 will certainly ship between November and December, carry a price of 2,000 RMB ($ 317) and arrive in black, blue, pink and white hues. Though a September 25th unveiling is additionally rumored, Yu mentioned that Huawei will make it a routine of launching phones as they’re unveiled, so it may be a while prior to the curtain is fully taken back if the November / December window is proper.
Huawei’s 10-inch FHD tablet has actually been anything however timid because its little-known early days, well prior to its unanticipated intro to the masses. But because we’ve now seen it (and felt it) in most of its glory, we really should not be amazed that its developer’s taken the time to put together a fast promotional vid ahead of an anticipated launch next month. The MediaPad 10 teaser, naturally, promotes many of the slate’s own functions, consisting of the marvelous 1920 x 1200 IPS display, Huawei’s in-house K3 Balong CPU, along with its “improved metallic surface” and “glamorous yet subtle” design. Of course, there’s a great deal even more where that came from, so head on past the break to see the ballyhooed clip for yourself.
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Huawei’s Ascend P1 is making its way to the UK (and Canada) simply in time for the country’s belated summer. The 7.7 mm (with a hump) dual-core mobile phone loads a 4.3-inch qHD display and the same CPU as the Galaxy Nexus– so while it will not catch the One X napping, it’s no slouch either. It looks like the business had an eye on gazumping budget rival ZTE, which revealed its Grand X yesterday, undercutting it by a solitary pound. It’s arriving on Wind from today, cost-free with a $ 49 contract and Vodafone in August, free of cost on plans costing & pound; 26 or even more a month.
CellphonesHuawei’s Ascend P1 makes its method to the UK, Canada initially appeared on Engadget on Thu, 19
ZTE has said it is going to scale back its business dealings with Iran after it was revealed the company sold the country’s largest telecommunications company a surveillance system that can be used to monitor both the voice and data traffic of Iran’s citizens. The revelations came in a Reuters piece on Thursday, which stated that the manufacturer had signed a contract worth $ 130.6 million with the Telecommunication Co of Iran last year. In addition to the surveillance system, a packing list associated with the contract also revealed several US-made hardware and software products — despite the fact that there is a ban on the sale of US technology items to Iran. In response, a ZTE spokesperson told Reuters that “we are going to curtail…