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Huawei Mate 9 Review!

With plethora number of new Android smartphones being released these days, it is sometimes very hard to find the phone you really like. Now, if you are looking for the biggest phablet phone, Huawei’s new Mate 9 may just be your newfound love.

In this review, I will try to cover all the good, bad, and also tell you where the Mate 9 shines the most. First, let’s go into all the things I like about the Mate 9. Apart from everything, the Mate 9 brings you a whoppingly large 5.9-inch 1080P screen, which is probably the biggest of them all without resorting to super mega large phones like 6.4-inch Mi Mix. I think in terms of size, the Mate 9 is a great big phone for people with extra large hands or prefer the combination of phone and tablet in one. Combine that with a stereo speaker that is fairly loud, it is definitely a media power house.

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Huawei Mate 8 Review!

After using the Huawei Mate 8 for a few days, I can finally give you my honest thoughts about Huawei’s latest flagship.

First, let’s start with the design.  I think Huawei has done a terrific job of bringing sleek design through its unibody all-metal frame along with fingerprint sensor on the back and even support for dual SIM/microSD card slot.  Can a smartphone smartphone be beautiful yet have external storage and extra long battery life?   Yes, Huawei Mate 8 is exactly that.

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Honor Band Z1 Unboxing & Review!

At CES 2016, Huawei gave me 2 smartphones along with the Honor Band Z1, so let me give you a quick unboxing and review of this little bad boy.

Inside the Honor Band Z1 box you will find welcoming sentence, “Just try it”. Boomshakalaka. This is the Honor Band Z1, which is a budget smartwatch that will retail for $79 in the U.S.

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Huawei Mate 8 Unboxing & First Impressions!

At CES 2016, Huawei announced the Huawei Mate 8 officially and gave out a review unit to everyone who attended their press conference.  Well, I finally got back from CES and wanted to put my full attention to unboxing and giving you my first impressions.

The Huawei Mate 8 comes with Huawei’s own Kirin 950 processor that scores much higher than Note 5’s Exynos processor in benchmarks.  It’s certainly a step in the right direction and that’s probably what’s most exciting on this phone.  Of course, don’t forget that the Mate 8 also supports 2 SIM cards and comes with a microSD card slot.  A lot of what Samsung did wrong with Note 5 and S6, Huawei got them right minus the internal battery.

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Black Friday Android Deals 2015! [Best Buy, Target, Amazon, HTC, Huawei]

Today, we will go over the Top 10 Black Friday Android deals from Amazon, BestBuy, Target, HTC, and Huawei.

First, Target is offering Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 on Sprint or Verizon for just a penny with 2 year contract. If you are out of contract or you are eligible for an upgrade, this is a pretty good deal since it will cost you only one penny. Of course, Verizon phones have locked bootloaders so rooting may be impossible but Sprint doesn’t which may be a better deal so long as you get good Sprint coverage in your area. This deal starts on Thursday at 6PM and online all day at Target.com.