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Huawei Profits Jump, Firm Becomes a Global Force in the Mobile Market

Huawei is making more money than ever before, with a 33 percent increase in year-on-year profit from 2013, with smartphone sales driving these figures.  The tech giant’s full-year net profit for 2014 rose to 27.9 billion yuan ($4.5 billion), up from 21 billion yuan in the previous year, citing better management of foreign exchange risks as well as borrowing costs as the factors contributing to the level of its success. 6 more words


Honor 4X with 5.5-inch Display 1.2 Ghz Processor 4G LTE Android 4.4 Smartphone At Rs 10,499

Honor, the global brand under Huawei has launched the Honor 4X smartphone in India. It was announced last year, packs a 5.5-inch HD display, is powered by a 1.2GHz quwith 5.5-inch Display 1.2Ghz quaad-core Snapdragon 410 processor with Adreno 306 GPU and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) with Emotion UI 3.0 on top. 198 more words


Huawei's R&D spend is massive even by the standards of American tech giants

Chinese tech company Huawei is doubling down on research and development. In reporting its annual financial performance today (March 31), the company said it invested 40.8 billion yuan, or $6.6 billion, in research and development in 2014, up 29% from the year prior. 210 more words

Huawei bellows big revenue jump thanks to brisk 2014 phone sales

Huawei – which was backed by Britain last week despite repeated claims that the Chinese company’s network kit could endanger national security – saw a 33 per cent leap in net profit for 2014.  54 more words


Honor 6 Plus: A Photographer's Delight

After wowing quite a few critics with the Honor 6, Huawei’s latest flagship, Honor 6 Plus, is making all the noise now. The Honor 6 Plus’ most important feature is the trio of 8-megapixel cameras – two on the rear and a front-facing one. 1.686 more words


Huawei P8 surfaces in TENAA filing revealing specs

The forthcoming Huawei P8 smartphone, expected to be announced as the company’s next flagship at an April 15th event, surfaced in a filing with TENAA, the Chinese equivalent to the FCC. 130 more words


Huawei, the second largest telecoms manufacturer in the world, saw its profits rise 33% last year, reports Reuters.

Global revenue rose 21 percent from a year ago to 288.2 billion yuan ($46.51 billion) in 2014 for Huawei and is expected to jump another 20 percent this year, the Shenzhen-based company said.

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