Huawei Claims To Have Something ‘Creative’ In Store For CES 2016

Posted: Dec 10 2015, 10:42pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 13 2015, 9:54pm CST , in CES


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Huawei claims to have something ‘Creative’ in store for CES 2016
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  • Huawei claims to have something ‘Creative’ in store for CES 2016!

The Chinese multinational networking company has scheduled two press conferences for the CES event.

It seems Huawei Technologies has big plans for the CES 2016 event. It’s understandable since the Honor 6 and 6 Plus smartphones were previously unveiled at CES 2015.

This time Huawei has scheduled not one but two press conferences at CES 2016. Let’s hope at least one of the conferences is for the launch of a new device.

If an unveiling occurs it could be part of the ‘Honor’ sub-brand. The sub-brand has been doing exceedingly well in Europe recently. Huawei was also chosen by Google to manufacture the flagship Nexus 6P smartphone.

Huawei has already sent out invites for the conferences at CES 2016. The invitation was sent out to media outlets on Wednesday. The invitation received by CNet states Huawei will unveil something which will be both ‘creative’ and ‘smart’.

The invites specifically says Huawei will make an announcement of creative and smart technology. The technology will offer superior mobile internet experiences. Other than that Huawei has not released any other details.

All this secrecy makes us feel like something big is just around the corner. Although CES 2016 officially starts on the 6th of January, the Huawei press conference is on the 5th.

Huawei’s presser will take place at the Caesar’s Palace Conference Center. Let’s see what Huawei has in store for tech enthusiasts at CES 2016.

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