Huawei isn't as well known as the Samsungs and Apples of the world, but they just keep producing decent and often underrated handsets in all segments of the market. At the top of their current product stack is the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, a duo of large-screened flagships packing the latest hardware and features.
In a year when multiple phones are bezel-less, the Honor 7X features a 5.93” screen with the latest 18:9 aspect ratio. Powered by a Kirin 659 CPU, 3GB of RAM and 32GB onboard, the Honor 7X is a bargain at $200 with few compromises (and if you can find it for that price).
Huawei unveils Mate 10 family of smartphones with Kirin 970 SoC, up to 6GB of RAM and a 4,000mAh battery
This year Huawei launched a new top-end smartphone, the Huawei P10, along with a larger brother in the P10 Plus. The phone debuted in a time where competitors like Samsung and LG had just launched flagships with larger, bezel-free displays. But rather than innovating in a similar fashion, Huawei opted for a more iterative approach that took the good parts of the P9 and attempted to improve them for 2017.
The Huawei Watch 2 comes in sport and classic variants, both powered by the latest Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, packing 768MB of RAM, 4 GB of local storage, and a load of sensors for various applications, including NFC, GPS, Bluetooth, and a heart rate monitor. And while the real usefulness of smartwatches is debatable, there is at the very least a niche market for them. The Watch 2 is getting mixed reactions: props for getting all the latest tech but design is bland compared to its predecessor.
Designed for those who prefer larger screens, the Huawei Mate 9 packs a 5.9-inch display alongside an upgraded dual camera solution and a faster SoC. There are few hardware compromises here; the Mate 9 is a showcase of what Huawei's engineering team can accomplish.