Top 10 Best Huawei Cell Phones 2014
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These 10 phones top our current best Huawei phones lineup. Our #1 choice, the Huawei Ascend Mate7, is a phablet, while our second choice, the Ascend W2 is an 8GB Windows Phone 8 smartphone. The list also includes the Ascend P7 and their Huawei Ascend Mate2, a 6.1-inch phablet phone.
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#1. The Huawei Ascend Mate7
Huawei´s IFA unveiling comes with several previously seen features, but might still serve the phablet market well with its focus on performance. The Mate7´s 4100mAh battery supports roughly 8 CPU cores of Huawei´s Kirin 925 processor, with Mali-T628 graphics as well. It also borrows from the iPhone, coming in with its own security features built around a fingerprint sensor. Other high-end specs include the 6-inch FHD display, 13-megapixel camera and 5-megapixel selfie camera. The Emotion UI 3.0 also promises to keep its high-end experience simple.
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#2. The Huawei Ascend W2
Huawei´s second generation of the Ascend Windows Phone 8 smartphone is firmly lodged in the entry-level category, with its dual 1.4Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor (and Adreno 305 graphics processor), 5-megapixel camera, 4.3-inch IPS touch screen, 512 MB of RAM (high-end models have up to 2GB or more!), and a 1700mAh battery (again, many smartphones carry more than 2000mAh batteries). It weighs 5.64 ounces, and has a standby and talk time of 395 and 9.5 hours, respectively. It comes with a headset and a USB cable, a common set of included accessories. And like many Windows phones, it is available in three bright colors (blue, red, yellow) or in black.
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#3. The Huawei Ascend P7
A high-tech Android 4.4 KitKat smartphone featuring several never-before-seen specs upon its 2014 release. It runs on thermal gel cooling, that presumably saves more energy than the ones found on most models (and Huawei says the handset will feel cooler to the hand). It also introduces the Ultra and Smart power management modes, promising that you will get the most out of the 2500mAh battery. The Ascend P7´s 13-megapixel BSI camera (with an 8-megapixel front cam) and quad-core 1.8GHz processor also out-spec many other smartphones, probably securing its entry to the premium class.
#4. The Huawei Ascend Mate2
Potentially one of the more enduring phablets in the market, the Ascend Mate2 supports up to 2.5 days of mixed usage (according to Huawei) on as single charge with its 4050mAh non-removable battery. With this capacity, it can also act as a power source for other mobile devices through a reverse charging feature. A 1.6GHz quad-core processor also helps with the heavy lifting, while the simplified Emotion UI 2.0 promises a lighter experience up front. Its pair of 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras also level, and even out-spec other phablets in the same price range.
#5. The Huawei Ascend P6
Huawei's 4.7-inch (with a 1280 x 720 resolution) Android smartphone packs a decent list of specs, such as a 1.5Ghz quad-core K3V2+Intel XMM6260 processor, a 2GB RAM, an 8GB expandable memory, and an 8-megapixel main camera that can record videos in full HD (it also has a 5-megapixel front camera that can record 720p videos).
It is designed to be the slimmest smartphone on the market, with a thickness of 6.18mm and is equipped with interesting camera features such as its ability to capture images as close as 4cm and theAuto Scene Recognition mode that automatically adjusts contrast, color and the lighting for a variety of scenes such as cloudy, backlit, sunny, etc. It also has a Smart Power-Saving mechanism that allows users to switch off apps that run in the background when not in use.
#6. The Huawei Valiant
With an 800 x 400 pixel display, a 768MB RAM, and a single-core processor, the Huawei Valiant is the perfect example of an entry-level smartphone. Aside from this, the device also features a 3-megapixel rear-facing, but only a VGA front-facing camera (if you are into low-resolution video chat!). Its internal memory is 4GB, 1.9GB of which is available to users. It´s also equipped with a Lithium-ion battery that claims up to 10 hours of talk-time.
#7. The Huawei Premia
This Android 4.0 smartphone boasts many decent features at a reasonable price (retailed at $149 plus tax upon release), particularly its 4G LTE technology and its 1.5GHz dual-core processor. It shoots videos at 720p HD resolution and sports a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video calling. Other notable specs includes a 1GB RAM and a 4-inch display with Gorilla Glass protection.
#8. The Huawei Ascend Y530
Huawei´s Simple Android Interface (that is designed for smartphone novices) makes an appearance in the Ascend Y530, along with a dual-core 1.2GHz Android 4.3 smartphone with a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 TFT display, a 5-megapixel camera (with a VGA front-facing camera), and a 1750mAh battery with a listed standby time of 591 hours or 24.6 days. It also has a 512MB RAM and a 4GB expandable memory (up to 32GB).
#9. The Huawei Ascend P2
Billed as "the worlds fastest 4G LTE smartphone," the Ascend P2 is capable of up to a 150Mbps download speed with its LTE Cat 4 technology. And its 1.5GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM should provide considerable power for its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. It also boasts an advanced 13-megapixel and shoots videos at full 1080p HD.
#10. The Huawei Pal
The Huawei Pal belongs to an increasingly rare breed of phones that come without a camera, and it sports specs that - at best - could be considered entry-level. Its operating system is the Brew 3.1.5, its CPU clocks at 230MHz, and it can access the internet using MetroWEB. It also has a 1.8-inch TFT color screen, 64MB RAM, 25MB of storage memory, and a 900mAh battery. It weighs 2.65 ounces, and has a slightly high SAR rating of 1.33. The Pal is basic to its very core, and seems to make no bones about it.
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