I still can't grab one in China Beijing also. It's really nice and too many people want to have one. TT
Tech.Nerd, 29 Apr 2016Screen should be 5.5 or 5.3.. otherwise good phone.. I hope it'll available in my country rea... moreYou have Honor 5X for that. Geez, some morons just want every damn phone have 5,5" screen.
Screen should be 5.5 or 5.3..
otherwise good phone.. I hope it'll available in my country really soon.
Pls Huawei, 29 Apr 2016Cmoooooooon sell this unit in australia ill buy 1 for my whole family lol. Please huawei.find it aliexpress with delivery worldwide
Lead2XL, 28 Apr 2016I'm looking to downsize from a 5.7 inch phone to one that is 5.2 inches, but I want maximum co... moreso you buy phones based on the weight , not on performance, specs, price. can you really differentiate 5-10 gms in weight. or is it really heavy to carry extra 10gms?
I will always purchase a huawei mid-ranger against any other brand. But this one is a definite hit and I am ready to shell out bucks for this..
Cmoooooooon sell this unit in australia ill buy 1 for my whole family lol. Please huawei.
Was looking at a new handset but seriously this is getting insane with the price and packing such good hardware.
Would like to know if we can grab our hands on this.
Still with LTE Cat. 6 while most other companies are using chips with Cat 12/13
i thought snapdragon 650, it has 650 at cheap price..then i read it for the 2nd time, oh Kirin..
Anonymous, 28 Apr 2016wow ..i never know that manufacturing processer size has an impact on the gpuIt has a huge impact. It's all about how many transistors you can fit into the same amount of space. The more transistors, the more power you can get out of the same size processor. I believe the first fully electric processor (built with Germanium I think or something starting with a "g") had like eight transistors in total. Than only a little while later someone improved upon the design by using silicon and suddenly "Silicon Valley" was a thing. Nowadays a modern processor has billions of transistors.
Basically, the smaller the manufacturing process, the more power efficient the processor is, and the more power you can get out of the same area.
shawn, 28 Apr 2016the kirin 650 build on a 16mn process, which is much better than the standard 28mn on the x10 ... moreWell there's certainly more differences between them then that haha. For one, Kirin is Huawei's in-house processor brand, like Exynos is to Samsung. It's saving Huawei a good bit of money being able to use their own processors and that is certainly contributing to the overall low cost.