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Huawei VP confirms Galaxy Note II competitor is in the works

07 December, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Huawei VP confirms Galaxy Note II competitor is in the works - read the full textHuawei's Senior Vice President Yu Chengdong confirmed the manufacturer is indeed working on a galaxy Note II competitor. He went even further telling us to wait for Huawei's device, because it will be much better and cheaper than the phablet top dog. A while ago there was this rumored device...


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> In reply to Cutypie @ 2012-12-08 09:01 from fxHY - click to readAre you kidding me??/ Spen is there long ago. I have my first china touch screen phone since 2007 and it already had an Spen...

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  • 2012-12-08 13:41
  • MkXA

Love my Note 2, hate Touchwiz. If the Huawei comes skinless aka pure jellybean I would be VERY tempted,otherwise the Note 2 is the best phone device currently, eats APPLES 3 times a day; breakfast, lunch and supper.

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  • 2012-12-08 13:26
  • 3GTg

The main problem with these so called- Galaxy note competitors or phablets is the lack of wacom type stylus. They either just use rubber head stylus or no stylus at all.

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  • 2012-12-08 13:06
  • t7CZ

The huawei will be bette. Its got a 1.8ghz cpu with a 2gb ram but samsuung have more experience and are more likely to sell better so its a close call

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  • 2012-12-08 11:43
  • Mk2c

i will buy one youpyyyy

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  • 2012-12-08 10:56
  • xyJQ

not sure if this is going to be a competitor of note2. but i love my note 2 and the software features are awesome. i don't think they can compete aganist samsung.5.5inch is perfect fot phablet more than that will be a pain to use.........

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  • 2012-12-08 10:33
  • 7tZD

I will change my mind from getting a Note II to Huawei only if they provide the same software features as in the Note II. Otherwise Note II is the best for me Even if I may have to pay extra for it

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  • 2012-12-08 10:15
  • XNtq

Huawei! please what a cheap brand , it not only about specs ,brand count a lot ,how on earth can u show off an huawei phone

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  • 2012-12-08 09:41
  • f31Q

Please do some research before writing shit, It was Nokia who invented true multitasking in Meego with N9 in 2010

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  • 2012-12-08 09:13
  • 2SQq

China phones cannot have strong security. Their government will not allow it. Read about BlackBerry's experience in China and you'll see what I mean. Their oppressive communist government wants the option to spy on users available to them. So Chinese mobile companies can't develop the expertise, skills to make secure phones.

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  • 2012-12-08 09:13
  • t7Xi

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-12-07 23:25 from Rn6R - click to readStop bashing. Samsung is the most innovative company right now. The idea of phablet first made by samsung and they invented "S Pen". S pen is the most inter active stylus ever found on a smartphone/tablet/phablet. And samsung invented what is the "true" multitasking on a portable device. LG tried to beat samsung, but everytime they just failed. No wonder samsung is now making most profits from their truely excellent gadgets. GALAXY S series and Note series is just "awesome".

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  • 2012-12-08 09:01
  • fxHY

its not important specification.important is will be work fine this device. all huawei devices have much problems and have horrible displays-blue-purple colors whit big saturaetion.and price must be half with similar samsung devices.

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  • 2012-12-08 08:59
  • 3I@a

hmmm 6,1 inch screen, could it be the screen sharp demoed a while back? You know the one with 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 resolution IGZO display...just saying...they are chinese so anything is possibru :D

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  • 2012-12-08 08:53
  • JLZI

Huawei? ! Who buys huawei's product? Nobody. Android king=samsung. Windows Phone king=nokia. iOS king=apple. Simple equation :)

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  • 2012-12-08 08:45
  • fxHY

> In reply to VickEian @ 2012-12-08 07:48 from KZ8D - click to readI agree. The Note 2 is already skimming the edge of tablet land. Unless they use a foldable screen THIS IS a tablet already. Compete with the Galaxy Tab. Then again it's a Huawei (is this Chinese for "who cares"?)

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  • 2012-12-08 08:29
  • t7Xi

They have to work very hard on Spen and software side.

Note 2 is awesome, 1080P screen doesn't save them.

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  • 2012-12-08 08:10
  • 0IFR

What the heck? Is your pocket big enough to carry a 6.1 inches phone? I don't know but it looks weird to carry a unusually humongous phone, this is just plain ridiculous. If you're looking for a tablet, go for it, if you're looking for a smartphone, then go get it, just stop combining smartphones and tablets together.

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  • 2012-12-08 07:48
  • KZ8D

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-12-07 22:02 from Rn6R - click to readnobody said that s3 has the perfect screen size. that's why they made s3 mini. because screen size is a personal preference in which you cant say that one size fits all. you know who said they had the perfect screen size?? Apple did. back then 3.5in. was the perfect size. then androids come with 4in. displays, what did apple do? go with the bandwagon and made 4in. too and then claim it is the prefect size. ridiculous.

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  • 2012-12-08 07:47
  • v0qu

Probably that trend for bigger screen is here to stay...
I just had to buy new cargo pants with bigger pockets just to carry my new phone.

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  • 2012-12-08 07:33
  • vx2q

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-12-07 23:01 from Rn6R - click to readI dont see any samsung fans here attacking this huawei, its a huawei for gods sake, who cares. No support or update or whatever, a totally uninteresting device. I just came here to see why this useless news got so many comments, and all i find is samsung haters. Enjoy your Huawei man, and good luck with your realitycheck if you seriously think this is a Note 2 competitor. If it was, why are their existing models not already outselling Samsung worldwide? Its because only special people like you will buy it.

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  • 2012-12-08 07:31
  • Kg}w

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