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Huawei is coming to the USA and that should make you really excited. What the heck is Huawei, you ask? Huawei is a Chinese electronics brand that makes high-end smartphones and other premium products. The name may be unfamiliar to you now, but trust me — that blip it makes on your radar is only going to get bigger over the next few years. And no, this is not just hype. One Huawei device, in particular, has a very good chance of blowing your mind: the Nexus 6P.
Some reviewers are calling the Nexus 6P (released in partnership with Google in September 2015) the best Android phone ever created. I’ve even seen at least one person call it the best phone ever created — period. I’ll let you know what I think when I get my hands on the actual device in the next couple days. But the point I’m making here is that there’s a LOT of excitement around this phone.
Why? It’s a flagship device. That means it’s designed to be top-of-the-line. It’s got a lot of metal on it, for one thing, instead of plastic which will make this phone feel premium. And that’s important. If you’re like me (and I know many of you are), you’re looking for something that’s not just functional, but beautiful and purposeful and that’s what Huawei is trying to capture with the Nexus 6P.
Here’s a few things you should know about Huawei:
Huawei isn’t new to the phone game. They’re already a successful consumer electronics brand that has been storming the world with devices loves by millions. With the Nexus 6P, the brand is showing that it’s dedicated to winning customers in the US like it has done abroad.
Huawei is listening to what consumers want. Feedback has told them that they must offer more than just awesome features. That’s why — as you can see in the Nexus 6P — Huawei is trying to offer affordable pricing, no contracts and much improved customer support.
Did you catch that bit about contracts? With the Nexus 6P, they’re gone. You have the freedom to choose and define the mobile experience that’s best for you.
For Huawei it all comes down to this: inspiring people to live smarter. Everything I’ve mentioned thus far is geared toward that goal.
Like I mentioned, the Nexus 6P should be delivered to the office in just a day or two. I can’t wait to get my hands on it and tell you all about it. From a super fast fingerprint scanner to the super fast operating system (Android Marshmallow), I know it’s going to be fun.