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Honor 8 Launch Event Recap

Posted by wicked August - 21 - 2016 - Sunday Comments Off

Interview with Top XDA Members

During the launch of the Honor phone, Miles took some time to interview some of the members of the development community about their thoughts on the new phone.

The XDA Developers interviewed in this video are mgbotoeTEKHDguitardedhero.

Event Recap

This past Tuesday, Honor launched their Honor 8 phone. At the event, they talked about all of Hauwei’s different accomplishments in 2016 and how they’ve made so much progress in international markets. After unveiling the phone, they gave a complete rundown of all of the specs.


Size 5.2 inches 
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels


CPU Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex-A72 & 4×1.8 GHz Cortex A53)
GPU Mali-T880 MP4


Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot)
Internal 4 GB RAM  32/64 GBROM


Capacity  Li-Po 3000 mAh battery


Primary Dual 12 MP, f/2.2, laser autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
Features 1.25 µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Video [email protected], HDR
Secondary 8 MP, f/2.4, 1.4 µm pixel size, LED flash

A big focus was the dual lens camera which is definitely the highlight of this device.

They also announced the price of the phone. The 32GB version will be sold for $399 and the 64GB version for $449.

The phone will come in 3 different colors with black, blue and white options.

honor colors

A big thanks to Honor for sponsoring this post.


Live Feed: The LG G5 Launch

Posted by wicked February - 21 - 2016 - Sunday Comments Off

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Join us live from the LG G5 launch: A Snapdragon 820 processor with Quick Charge 3.0 and USB type C, modular design and a horde of optional extras. The LG G5 has set a high bar for 2016.

Through the Viewfinder: Honor’s 2nd Birthday!!

Posted by wicked December - 18 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off


last week journalists, bloggers, youtubers and fans from all over the world flew to Shenzhen, China to celebrate Honor’s 2nd birthday. The festivities started at Shenzhen universiade Sports Center on the 11th of December.

To celebrate, many of Honor’s partners were invited to exhibit their products, the HiLink router and Huawei LiteOS were launched, as well as some other Honor home devices and then for fun, the Honor sponsored Festival International des Sports Extrêmes (FISE) gathered on the half pipes to demonstrate their skills and a concert was held in the evening. This event lasted until the 20th of December and below are some photographs of what occurred.

The Event

Shenzhen universiade sports center
Shenzhen universiade sports center
Event tickets
Eastern European group photo
Honor Go flags
Giant Honor devices
English team and contest winners
Some Stalls
Some stalls
Some stalls
EMUI stall
Elecmon stall
Elecmon solar bags
QIY stall
QIY devices
VMALL stall
VIP stall
JD stall
busy stall
Google China stall
Google China
Zhangyue technologies
Zhangyue devices
Makeblock robot
Makeblock robot football
Huawei earphones and Honor Zero
This way to Honor!
Huawei headphones and Honor 6+
Honor devices
Honor devices
Honor devices
Honor devices
Honor 7i
Honor TV (Huawei M321)
Honor Zero
English team and contest winners
English team and contest winners
Honor and Huawei
Honor FISE
Honor FISE
Honor FISE
Honor FISE
Honor concert
Honor concert
Honor concert


The Launch

Honor Go
Honor around the world
Honor mission statement
Honor's CMO
Steven Wang
Steven Wang
Steven Wang
Some statisitics
60 million uses
90 million fans
Honor's president
George Zhao
George Zhao
George Zhao
Some of the global partners present
Release dates
Hilink and Hauwei LiteOS
Pro price: 328 Yuan, £34, $50
Wi-Fi price: 268 Yuan, £28, $41
Honor wi-fi
Honor voice (TV)
Voice price: 228 Yuan, £23, $35
Partnership with Broadlink
Lily - General Manager
Jerry Liu - Founder and CEO
Jerry Liu

DroidCon UK 2015 Brought to You by Skills Matter – XDA TV

Posted by wicked November - 6 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off


DroidCon UK 2015 was just last weekend. This London event was brought to you by the organization Skills Matter. XDA TV Host Jordan was there. During the event, he got a chance to talk to some of the people that made this event happen. Jordan and Wendy sat down and talked about the past, present and future of DroidCon UK.

Check out this video to hear about this awesome event. In case you missed it check out Jordan’s event tour of DroidCon UK 2015 and his interview with Honor at the event.

Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos.

DroidCon UK 2015: Honor 6 Plus and 7 Hands On – XDA TV

Posted by wicked November - 5 - 2015 - Thursday Comments Off


DroidCon UK 2015 was just last weekend. While the event and hackathon may be over, the memories and experiences will not soon be forgotten. XDA TV Host Jordan was there. During the event, he got a chance to talk to mobile device company Honor. Jordan was shown the Honor 6 Plus and 7.

Check out this video to see these devices from the event. In case you missed it check out Jordan’s event tour of DroidCon UK 2015.

Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos.

Punching Things at DroidCon UK 2015! – XDA TV

Posted by wicked November - 5 - 2015 - Thursday Comments Off


DroidCon UK 2015 has officially wrapped up. The event and hackathon was a success. XDA TV Host Jordan was at the event. During the event, he got to try out a lot of fun technologies, check out some exciting presentations and talk to a lot of people. In this video Jordan gives you a DroidCon UK 2015 event tour.

Check out this video to see the fun and excitement at the event. In case you missed it check out our photojournalist’s experience at DroidCon UK 2015.

Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos.

Through the Viewfinder: The OnePlus X Launch

Posted by wicked November - 2 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off


The OnePlus X was unveiled on the 29th of October at Altitude London. Carl Pei announced the latest addition to the OnePlus family shown below in a series of photographs. There are two versions of the OnePlus X seen, one of which has a glass back and the other is a limited ceramic edition, both of which currently need an invite to be purchased.

Phone Stands
Close Up
Both Phones
Front and Back
Back and Off
Different Angles
Flat and Side
The Other Side
Side View
OnePlus X Base
Camera Quality
The Packaging
More Cases
Carl Pei
Pop-up Events
Oynx Ceramic
Image Quality
Never Settle
Gift Bags

Visit the OnePlus X forums

Big Android BBQ 2015 Event Recap – XDA TV

Posted by wicked October - 27 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off


The rain-soaked Big Android BBQ 2015 has come and gone! We have been supporting the event for the past five years. XDA TV Host TK was at the Big Android BBQ. He got to try out a lot of fun technologies, check out some exciting presentations given by leaders in the Android field and talk to a lot of people. In addition to the great learning experience the Big Android BBQ is about fun, friends and food.

Check out this video to hear TK talk about the Big Android BBQ 2015. In case you missed it check out TK’s interviews with Swappa, Vinli and Chainfire at IonVR from the event.

Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos.

HTC A9 Live Stream and Coverage

Posted by wicked October - 20 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off


The HTC A9 is set to launch in just under an hour, join us as we see HTC’s latest attempt to turn the company around, although with a rumoured price tag of $599 it seems doubtful.



What do you think to the A9? Leave a comment below!

LG G4 Day Event Coverage: Specs, Features, Design & More!

Posted by wicked April - 28 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off


LG has been teasing us with a countdown for a while now, and today it reached down to zero: the LG G4 has now been unveiled in a live event that we got to watch and learn about what LG touted to be “The Great”. We didn’t feel it, but we certainly saw it and heard all about its features, specifications and design process. Did LG manage to deliver a substantial upgrade from last year’s critically acclaimed G3?


The event finally begun as Juno Cho, President & CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications took the stage. After a teaser, he started by posing the main question behind the G4: “what actual value will this provide to consumers?”. LG wanted this to be a centric aspect of the G4’s UX design, from hardware finish to software. Cho made it clear they wanted to innovate and set the device apart from simple “chunks of metal and glass” as seen in some competitors. LG wants the G4 to “deliver convenience & accentuate the lifestyle of the user”.

Comfortable Elegance” is how LG describes the G4, and this phrase is engraved in their design process to the core. The phone is claimed to be comfortable to use, with a beautiful leather or ceramic backing. The second design focus was their viewing experience, from the camera to the display. “[We] didn’t need the most megapixels”, Cho said, since they sought innovation on a different level. The Quantum Display also aims to bring the most vivid yet realistic colors in the market. Finally, the “human-centric” UX aims to put all of these aspects together to enhance the way you use smartphones. The G4’s elements are touted to “understand and take in consideration the uniqueness of every user”.

Qualcomm Chairman Dr. Paul E. Jacobs stepped in to introduce the G4 by giving us some information about the processing package inside. The G4 will feature the Snapdragon 808 processor which comes with the Adreno 418 GPU as well as a connectivity improvements and navigation accuracy enhancements. We discussed whether this was a good choice, and concluded that it certainly makes more sense than a Snapdragon 810. The G4 will also feature 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, all to sustain Android 5.1 Lollipop. Qualcomm worked in collaboration with LG to create a fully optimized experience, that is smooth, has an advanced feature set and great battery life. With state-of-the-art graphics and speed, Qualcomm promises good performance in heavy tasks and games as well as low battery consumption.

LG’s Director of Mobile Communications Frank Lee’s turn arrived, and he told the crowd that the G4 was the result of a “long journey of hard work and effort”. He reminded us about the 3 primary principles once more, this time making the distinction more marked than before. Comfortable elegance, great visual experience, human centric UX. He then proceeded to give us a deeper look at some of the more ambitious capabilities of the phone, starting with the design.

LG took clear shots at Apple and Samsung in slides pointing out how the competition was not innovative enough, and that LG wants to set itself apart. They wanted to bring in elegance and humanity to the G4, so they opted for a slightly curved design that improves durability and feel-in-hand. The back is removable, and it reveals microSD support for up to 2TB, and a 3,000mAh removable battery. LG sought out various colors and material textures to set the device apart. There are metallic and ceramic finishes for the back, but also the super-teased genuine leather back which has a smooth and durable finish. LG wants you to “feel the craftsmanship” and promises that the back will gain character as you use it.

Lee moved onto the camera, and started by reminding us about the auto-focus technology that allows you to focus a shot in 0.276 seconds. Now the 16MP rear camera is optimized to launch faster as well, and LG claimed that it can be fully ready in 0.6 seconds. There’s also a quickshot button trigger by double-tapping a rear key that allows you to snap a picture without having the camera loaded up. The F1.8 number of the aperture and the image sensor size have both been tuned, the former being smaller and the latter being bigger. In fact, the sensor is 40% faster than the average smartphone’s, and the aperture chosen allows for 80% more light than the typical configuration.

These hardware advancements allow for better low-light photography, and the refined camera software allows you to configure the shutter speed and also supports RAW images. The OIS has been tuned to LG’s OIS 2.0 which now adds a Z axis for better stabilization, and to make the images more credible the phone has a color spectrum sensor at the back for object and light recognition. Lee claimed that it allows the phone to “read the color exactly as you see it yourself” and it recognizes the difference between RGB and IR to automatically adjust the flash and color balance. “The best camera is the one that you have with you all the time”, he said, and with this impressive-looking package he might be right. The 8MP shooter at the front will also benefit from new software features and gestures.

The 5.5 inch, 1440p IPS Quantum Display has tech that is similar to the Quantum Dot technology that we’ve been seeing in new televisions, but it allows for thinner and smaller bezels. This display has 20% better color reproduction than the average LCD display, as well as a 50% increase in contrast. Lee believes that the picture quality is so realistic that, when looking at the pictures on the screen, “you can almost taste [the strawberries]”. The new structure of the liquid crystal will allow for better battery efficiency as well, and the display is considerably brighter regardless. That improvement coupled with the GRAM and software enhancements make for what LG touted as a battery life of “over a day in a single charge”.

Finally, we saw the LG UX 4.0. Designed with users in mind, it is simple to use and features a new gallery with “memories” that organize your photos into time and event albums, and a “timeline” to sort through photos based on times and year. The event pocket gathers everything from busy schedules from different pockets for a smarter and more connected calendar. The smart notice widget has also improved, and notifications and alerts are now more useful and personal. The device will also come with 100GB of Drive storage for free. For Volkswagen car owners, Mirror Link is rolling out with an upcoming update in select markets.

Lee closed the event by thanking everyone for coming and saying these somewhat cheesy yet oddly inspiring words: “This world is one great experience…! Your smartphone should enhance it, it shouldn’t interrupt it. Life’s Good, and at LG Mobile, we want to make sure that we are helping, making it great!”. We are sure of one thing: the G4 looks phenomenal, and we can’t wait to hear more about it and its reception!

What do you think of the LG G4? Tell us below!



Special thanks to CNET for providing the livestream of the event!

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