Showing posts with label huawei. Show all posts
Showing posts with label huawei. Show all posts

Friday, May 3, 2013

Huawei Ascend Mate

Its 6.1-inch display makes the Huawei Ascend Mate one of the greatest Smartphone in the world. With an extremely large display with a diagonal of 6.1 inch is the Huawei Ascend Mate, a blend of tablet and Smartphone. You may call this as "phablet".  Lightly brushed, titanium-colored plastic frame, a rubber backing coupled with an impeccable processing - the Ascend Mate does not look cheap. On the right side you will find the lock switch and a volume control.  Since the battery is securely installed, there are two flaps. Top left is hiding the SIM card behind the side door the microSD card disappears. As a small but nice addition to a status LED still hidden behind the earpiece mesh.

Whopping 6.1 inches (15.49 cm) screen size offers the Huawei Ascend Mate, again 1.5 cm more than the previous leader Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Both do not have a full HD display, but offers a resolution of 1280x720 pixel ("HD ready"). The strong color display is easy to read even when viewed from the side and only slightly distorted colors. Corning Gorilla Glass protects the surface from scratches. Although a quad-core processor, which means that Huawei's proprietary processor (Hi-Silicon K3V2) with 1.5 GHz lags behind the current Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. The K3V2 joins at the level of the Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset one, depending on the chipset and device used, it is between the LG Optimus 4X HD and the HTC X +. The RAM is rated lush with two gigabytes, which certainly is becoming increasingly important for future Android versions. In Smartphones, the display is the largest electricity consumer. Huawei Ascend plans ahead and treats the material with a 4,050 mAh battery, and it is having power almost twice as compared with Samsung Galaxy S3. It has Eight gigabytes of memory but just six gigabytes are available.

Huawei Ascend Mate inbuilt with an  eight-megapixel camera and a front camera with a megapixel. But the image quality disappointed. The sharpness filter ensures exaggerated strong edges, details disappear and the images appear pale and discolored. Huawei has been using several versions of a redesigned user interface devices. Emotion UI should facilitate entry into Android and make it clearer. The experienced Android users looking desperately at the start menu icon, because Huawei is based on Apple's design: Each screen displays 25 icons that can be divided into folders. Programs and widgets are also share this space. Adjustments were also at the keyboard, but based on the quality of the camera: while there is a menu item to the AutoCorrect, but it could have done without you. The Huawei Ascend Mate stuck with DLNA, Wi-Fi (a / b / g / n), WiFi Direct Bluetooth 4.0 and all standard communication standards. LTE does not support the giant Smartphone, however. Since early April, the Ascend Mate is available in black and white in Europe. The suggested retail price is 499 Euros. The Huawei Ascend Mate can also make calls, but it is primarily a multimedia machine on the internet surfing, video, and view pictures right fun. The screen is bright, with good viewing angles and bright colors. Anyone looking for a large screen then it is the best option for them.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Cyber Security and Huawei

Despite optimistic growth forecasts, Huawei fight again and again against Western countries who continue to assert that the company infringes on cyber security.  At the root of these problems, the chain charges of dumping by Western governments but also and especially cyber espionage. According to the Intelligence Committee of the U.S. Congress, Huawei have strong collusion with the Chinese Communist Party, who would be capable of transmitting confidential information. Suspicions fueled by the fact that Ren Zhengfei, founder of the group is a former engineer PLA.

However, there is as yet no concrete evidence to suggest that Huawei has actually worked with the Chinese government for cyber espionage. According to Stewart Baker, a former assistant of the Department of Federal Security, the U.S. government does not even know clearly identify which suppliers and assemblers are influenced or subsidized by the Chinese government. The reason for the knee-jerk reaction of Western governments is she really a precautionary or rather a form of economic protectionism? Telecom contracts group, which is currently second-largest supplier of telecommunications equipment behind Ericsson continue in effect multiplying.

Guo Ping, CEO of the firm, was quick to respond to the escalation of radical measures to prevent the company to expand in the West assured that there had never been any incidents their products threatening computer network security. And he quoted, since they are the key suppliers of US networks there is no possibility of threat in terms of security for the US and he confidently assured that they will overcome the challenges and problems in a spirit of fairness and transparency  In December 2010, Huawei had already opened an assessment centre for cyber security, to publish tests to ensure the good faith of the company and providing concrete evidence to Western giants resistance of the material to cyber attacks.

It is true that Huawei is a company known for being at the forefront of technology. Therefore, the U.S. edition of Huffington Post questioned the character of the productive measures against blocking access to the U.S. market from Huawei. Paradoxically, wanting to protect themselves from cyber attacks, the U.S. government could make it more vulnerable to such attacks.A dozen technology companies have recently sent a letter to Congress stating that the bill is to restrict purchases of Chinese equipment actually preventing the United States from acquiring technology, placing the country "in below the curve of innovation in the field of security. "