Despite the fact that Huawei is the fourth-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, the Chinese company still isn’t all very well-known in the United States. But there are several reasons to get familiar with its offerings, such as the Huawei P8, which CNET reports is the company’s best phone to date. The P8 features a 5.2-inch 1,920×1,080 pixel display, 16GB of storage expandable up to an additional 128GB via the microSD slot, a 64-bit Kirin 930 octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 3GB of RAM, and an all-metal body. Shortly after unveiling the P8, the Chinese company announced a variant of the phone to be released in the United States, called the Huawei P8 Lite.
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Nubia, a premium subsidiary of ZTE Mobile Corporation, is another unknown name that merits the attention of Android fans, especially as it brings its impressive 5.2-inch Nubia Z9 smartphone to the United States. Engadget recently reported that the borderless smartphone features a slim metal frame, which doubles as a touch surface; by gripping it in various ways, you can unlock the home screen, adjust the brightness, or switch to single-hand mode. This “Frame interactive Technology” is also available to third-party apps, which opens up a variety of interesting possibilities for the software running on the device.
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