Huawei Mate Book announced, here’s what you need to know

Huawei has just unveiled the Huawei Mate Book at MWC, and it’s their very first 2-in-1 Windows 10 device as well. Let’s take a closer look at the specs and features of this brand new device and how it stands out from the competition.
The Huawei Mate Book comes in several different variants with differing specs all around. All come with a 12-inch 2160×1440 IPS LCD display, but that’s where the similarities end. The devices can have either 4GB/8GB of RAM, 128GB/256GB/512GB of internal storage, and an Intel M processor. The tablet is also the second Huawei device to come with a USB-C slot after the Nexus 6P.

Pioneer S90W Specification and pricing

More Pioneer S90W specification details, plus built in audio apps and pricing details.
Later this month the Pioneer S90W will officially go on sale in Chinese electronics store Suning. This will enable the flagship, quad-core device to be easily bought offline across China, which is a rare feature in itself.

OUKITEL K6000 Plus “The Conqueror” to be launched later this month

Earlier this month at MWC, OUKITEL finally unveiled the K6000 Plus. The phone has gathered people’s attention as it sports a massive 6000mAh battery while still keeping a nice industrial design. Today, OUKITEL have revealed some more details about their upcoming handset, let’s have a look.

The OUKITEL K6000 Plus comes with the slogan “The Conqueror”, meaning that this will be the company’s champ on the field to win over some new customers. OUKITEL goes as far as saying that battery life on the K6000 Plus will be even better than that of the successful K6000 Pro while also having a lighter phone.


Yotaphone 3 is in the works, according to manufacturer

If you’re a fan of Yotaphone series of smartphones then you’d be happy to learn that 3rd time is the charm, since the company confirmed that they will partner with ZTE to release Yotaphone 3 in 2017!
The first Yotaphone was unveiled back in 2013, dubbed as the first smartphone in the world with 2 displays: a 4.3-inch 720p primary display and a second always-on 4.3-inch grayscale screen on the back. A second device was made two years later equipped with a larger 5.0-inch 1080p screen on one side and a second 4.7-inch grayscale screen on the other hand.