The top global technology media outlets recognize Huawei with eight awards at CES 2017, highlighting the Mate 9’s new partnerships, power, performance, design and dual-lens camera. The Huawei MateBook was also recognized with a CES Innovation Award 2017 Honoree for its impressive design and performance.
Manufacturer of the Year
The Android Authority named Huawei as the ‘Manufacturer of the Year’; crediting the company’s revolutionary devices, business acumen and technological leadership for its breakout success in 2016. Huawei’s products and services are now available in more than 170 countries, including Pakistan and are used by a third of the world’s population.
Best of CES 2017
The Wall Street Journal selected Mate 9 as one of its ‘Best of CES 2017’ products, highlighting the device’s display, processor, charging capabilities and Leica dual-lens camera. Android Police awarded it the ‘Best of Smartphones’ for its integration with Amazon Alexa, which makes it a standout device at CES.
This highly advanced voice interactive app allows the user to play around with voice commands like turning off the lights, reading the news or setting a timer. BGR also named Mate 9 a ‘CES 2017 Winner’ because of its performance, battery and integration with Amazon Alexa. Chip Chick acknowledged the Mate 9 as a ‘Top Pick of CES 2017’ following the smartphone’s launch in the U.S. and collaboration with Amazon Alexa.
Talk Android named Mate 9 a ‘Best of CES 2017’ product, crediting its remarkable dual-camera and powerful Kirin 960 chip. Tech Advisor/PC Advisor included Mate 9 in its CES ‘Top Picks 2017’, again highlighting the device’s integration with Amazon Alexa.
Techno Buffalo awarded Mate 9 ‘Best of CES 2017’ for its processor, smart-app management, battery and beautiful display. TechAeris also included Mate 9 intoits ‘Best of CES 2017’ list due to the device’s powerful Kirin 960 chipset, Supercharge technology, Leica dual-lens camera and Amazon Alexa integration.
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