Despite having been in the consumer electronics space for several years, Huawei isn’t necessarily a familiar name in many U.S. households (unless, of course, those households have a techie or two living there). This company is based in China, and it has started to work with leading brands in the U.S. to bring more products to market here.
Trusting any new brand may be difficult if you’ve never heard of their products before, but know that Huawei is absolutely committed to the U.S. market now and in the future. They’re already offering premium products without the premium price – and if that doesn’t get your attention, then know that the company has been listening to their customers over the past three years to further refine their offerings.
One of the first Huawei-built devices you’ve likely heard of is new to the Google Nexus line: the Nexus 6P. I’ll be getting a 6P unit to unbox and showcase in upcoming TLDR broadcasts for my community, too!
Let me put it to you this way: based on other video reviews, I’d be inclined to make the Huawei Nexus 6P my go-to Android device (moving up from a several-years-old Nexus 7 tablet). It’s designed quite well and would be everything I might be looking for in an Android experience today.
Don’t want to be stuck in a contract with your device? Nobody does. Huawei isn’t interested in selling you contracts, either. It is aiming to become a leading unlocked wireless solution alternative in the U.S. over the coming years, leading you to live more freely with your tech decisions instead of feeling strapped to them when something new comes along.
If you’re interested in getting the Huawei’s new Nexus 6P smartphone for yourself (or any other Huawei device that’s currently being offered), you can purchase directly through their site – avoiding any need of dealing with a third-party for transactions. Remember, too, that customer service is large a part of what makes for a good gadget experience – something that Huawei can also deliver on.