This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huawei. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I mention the brand name Huawei, is it one that you recognize? If you answered no to that question, then you are not alone. But Huawei hopes this is all about to change and I think it’s already happening quickly with their release of the Nexus 6P Android smartphone last month in partnership with Google. Based in China, Huawei is a company that is already well-known around the world as a leading provider of mobile technology. They’ve been working hard the last few years to give customers what they want in a mobile device and now they are ready to do the same thing here in the US. And before we go any further, please make sure you’re pronouncing their name correctly. It’s pronounced “Wah-Way”.
Tech savvy people like those of you who come here to The Gadgeteer, want a high-end device but would rather not be locked into contracts or even carriers. Unlocked devices like the new Nexus 6P gives you the freedom to choose the carrier you want to use it on with no hassles. While most unlocked smartphones only work with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, Huawei’s Nexus 6P is also compatible with Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and US Cellular. It should also work on other services like Cricket Wireless.
In addition to carrier freedom, smartphone shoppers also want a phone that looks great and has high performance. People are saying that Huawei’s Nexus 6P may be the best Android smartphone made so far. I’ve used one and I would have to agree. It’s stylish without being gaudy and is super fast because it’s not bloated down with all the pre-loaded junk that carrier branded smartphones tend to come with.
Huawei is committed to the US market to become the leading unlocked wireless solutions alternative in the US. That can only be good news for Gadgeteers like you and I. You can learn more about Huawei by visiting their website and you can order their premium products through their site as well. They offer the same pricing as Google, However, they do not have the Frost (white) 6P version available on their site. You’ll need to go to Google for that one.