Google holiday sale cuts Nexus 6P price by $50

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

China’s Huawei Hopes to Connect With U.S. Smartphone Market.

HONG KONG—Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese company whose telecom networking equipment is effectively banned in the U.S. due to security concerns, is making a renewed push to sell smartphones and other gadgets to consumers in America.

If you’ve so far held off in purchasing Google’s excellent Nexus 6P, the company is now doing pretty much everything it can to make you hit the “buy” button. Whether it’s the 12.3-megapixel Sony MX377 camera sensor on the back that has large pixels (1.55-microns) allowing it to make the most of the light entering the lens, or the front-facing 8-megapixel offering for selfies and video calls. We joined Foto Ruta, a creative photography tour company for a day in London to learn some secret tricks of the trade, and some great tips for shooting with the Nexus 6P. It intends to exhibit the phone, which went on sale in China this month for roughly $600, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month, according to people familiar with the matter.

Already one of the top handset makers in China, Huawei is seeking to bolster its image as a consumer brand in mature Western markets to boost profit and show it can compete in the global market. In 2012 a congressional report recommended that the country’s telecom operators avoid using Huawei equipment, citing concerns that it could be used by Beijing to spy on Americans. Under “Advanced” you’ll find “Manual exposure” — enable it and you’ll get an exposure (+/-) control next to the other shooting options when you press the menu button.

Its U.S. expansion focuses on selling more high-end devices, manufacturing Google latest Nexus phone and new marketing campaigns. “We have already seized a leading position in the Chinese [smartphone] market. Huawei and Google declined to disclose sales of the device but the partnership was significant in that Huawei was the first Chinese maker of the Nexus line of phones, whose past suppliers included Samsung. Create a “Lens blur” style photo by starting the camera app, pressing the menu icon in the top left hand corner of the screen and then selecting Lens Blur. This will ensure your shots are crisp where you want them to be and it allows you to be playful with using light, especially in low-light situations. 2.

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