hi,please is P6 has a 3G connection?the connection i have just wrote E
I installed the small & 'light on resources' CyanogenMod 11 rom & Gapps (from the XDA-developers forums) & it now works better than new :-) [without 'Ultra battery' setting, battery life cannot be improved though].
Lags like phones from 2011, oh wait not My galaxy note after 6years is still faster than this.
dont buy this phone please
Tee perkins, 12 Dec 2016Does this phone suport snapchatit does, but its very laggy and will crash your phone if used extensively, this phone is trash after a year.
my huawei does not store missed calls and unread messages.whats the prob?
This phone serves me very well for more than 3 years. If not because i broke the glass after i drop it, i wont replace my phone. Performance i great however, it heats a lot especially if you use it for 30 mins to an hour of playing asphalt 8. I bought an Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML and it broke after 4 months without even dropping it.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2016The overheating 'problem' is greatly exaggerated, the phone will get bit warm sometimes but no... moreHi, mine was actually hot, and restarts. Phone still looks new but had to change it cos of the hotness and restarting. Huawei in Nigeria couldn't help out.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2016I have been using P6 for nearly 3 years now. This phone is incrediby tough and reliable. I too... moreCould you tell me witch battery you advice me to replace ? I found PATONA battery on ebay and what els
I have been using P6 for nearly 3 years now. This phone is incrediby tough and reliable. I took it to my multiple days hiking trip in the rainforest and it is still working fine today.Believe me when I say the 'branded' phone will die on you but not P6.
Had issue with the phone getting overheated. The problem was the battery.At one point, the battery got bloated until it cracked opened the LCD screen (not broken) and yet the phone still works like normal. Had the battery replaced and the overheating problem gone.
I had issue with battery draining too. I removed all those unused apps and disable those Google Apps which I didnt use. Periodically I reformat the phone so it would perform like a new phone everytime (remember to back up). And with KitKat now, I am loving the phone even more. "ok Google". Love Huawei UI bcos of its simplicity and practicality.
I am getting P9 or S7 (Samsung UI kinda sucks though) next because of LTE and better camera.
my phone is p6 im using from nearly 3 years over and from the last year im not able to update the version. please help me how to update. and when im going to update its no update find.
MazenPower, 09 Aug 2016Phone specs comparing to its price is great , had no issues for 2 years , however there are so... moresame here.. p6 is overheating and shuts down without notice ang keeps restarting as long as the battery is not dead yet
Phone specs comparing to its price is great , had no issues for 2 years , however there are some drawbacks ; the phone over heats to an uncomfortable level .
Also sometimes it goes crazy and keeps restarting like a maniac.
the battery life is not so good .
My p6 is so far good but onething its not supporting malayalam language.
As of the date of posting this comment, my Ascend P6 is approximately 2 years and 5 months old.
It has worked satisfactorily with occasional instances of the device getting uncomfortably hot, but not to the extent of overheating when more power intensive apps are executed, such as YouTube & Waze.
However, about a month ago while I was attempting to use Waze as usual to obtain directions to a location, the system issued a warning that the device was getting too hot and some phone functions may be disabled/not work properly (can't remember the exact wording).
In fear for my physical safety, I switched off the device and was left to rely on my not-so-recent memory of the correct directions to my intended destination.
Although the time of this incident is in the afternoon in Malaysia where the temperature could be at 31 degrees celcius, I was operating an appropriately air-conditioned vehicle and should as such be reassured that the phone would not heat up to this extent (of disability of certain phone functionality).
I hope my case-specific opinion will provide a refreshing perspective on the commonly noticed issue of excessive heating for existing and potential owners.