MayRush, 14 Feb 2019I am facing frequent heating issues with my view 10.particularly during charging and low netwo... moreThe upper back area of View 10 will heat up considerably when you charge using the supplied charger which supports Huawei Quickcharge tech.
The battery of View 10 has a special charge voltage of 4.4 volts which is nearly half of what the 9 volt charger can deliver. So what Huawei have done is to convert and double the current to the battery to charge rapid fast. It does so by using its proprietary HiSilicon Hi6523 chip in View 10, which converts the chargers 9V, 2A (18 watt) input to 4.4V, 4A (17.6 watts, ~ 0.6 watt conversion loss) and provide 4 amperes or raw current to the battery. However this conversion generates a lot of heat by Hi6523 which you feel it in your hand.
The benefit of all this is nothing short of astounding charging speeds with 0 to 50% charge in 30 mins, 0 to 75% in 50 mins, 0 to 90% in 63 mins & 0 to 100% in 80 mins flat. I did this measurement while keeping the phone switched off and charger connected. It beats my LG V30+ with Qualcomm QC 3.0 solution in charging speed.
Suppose with both my V30+ & View 10 batteries fully depleted, V30+ will give me 3000 mAh of charge in 75 mins while View 10 will provide 3563 mAh in the same time. If you don't like heat use a slow charger with (5V, 2A) 10 watts or even less rating.
I am facing frequent heating issues with my view 10.particularly during charging and low network conditions.the upper back area gets heated up like anything.I have tried with clean master app 'cpu cool down' function too. all this issue arise after Pie update.does anyone having idea about the solution or any patch upgrade by android to resolve the issue.
Anjan, 03 Feb 2019How about the pie updateMy bad... in my previous comment I meant when updated to Android Pie (and not Oreo) the phone feels much more refined and performance oriented in day to day use. The biggest improvements View 10 brings after Pie upgrade are:
1) More polished UI (EMUI 9)
2) Improvement in camera
3) More gesture navigation options
Huawei is investing big on smartphone business and it shows in their UI experience. As I previously stated you cannot go wrong with View 10. In India I bought this phone at INR 23,500K (~$327) after heavy discounts. It was a steal for that price.
anjan, 02 Feb 2019how is the performance of this phone?? Simply great. After the Oreo update the phone feels more refined and performance oriented in day to day use. You will never regret buying this phone.
I am thinking of buying the phone. How is the phone? In respect of battery, ui, camera, audio quality screen etc. Can you share your views friends?
In India we received a 247 MB OTA update. Contains the Jan, 2019 android security patch.
Details about the update:
EMUI Version: 9.0.0
Android Version: 9
It's just me, 25 Jan 2019I'm about to take a huge leap (for me anyway) and purchase the Honor View 10 instead of going ... moreJust go ahead and get the Honor View 10. You won't regret I can assure you.
Super _Eagle, 25 Jan 2019Since upgrade to Android 9/EMUI 9 on my Honor 10 View I've had issues with Bluetooth connectiv... moreOn the contrary on the Honor View 10, Bluetooth & wifi connectivity has drastically improved after EMUI 9/ Android Pie update!!!
Now my phone can maintain an even longer range on wifi connectivity. Previously with Bluetooth, the sound did not have the punch even at full volume, but now after the update I can hear the difference. The volume on the same Bluetooth speaker is much higher and the Bluetooth pairing is even faster. I never had any issues with Bluetooth.
It's just me, 25 Jan 2019I'm about to take a huge leap (for me anyway) and purchase the Honor View 10 instead of going ... moreLow light is very good if you have a tripod or some way to stabilize the phone. Use the night mode and you'll get great photos.
I'm about to take a huge leap (for me anyway) and purchase the Honor View 10 instead of going with yet another Samsung Galaxy phone. My first thought about this phone is that it might be too large. I'm coming off a Galaxy S6 with a display of only 5.1", which is fine for me as I have a separate tablet. But, the S8 is almost as big so I figured I'll just have to get used to it.
I do take a lot of pictures with my phone. Will I notice that big of a difference from the S6? I keep reading about the "low-light" issue, and I suppose I do use my S6 in indoor, low light situations pretty often. What kind of adjustments could I make to make up for this while using the Honor View 10? How about stabilization? My other option was the Huawei Mate SE, but I've read the Honor View 10 has better stabilization.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Since upgrade to Android 9/EMUI 9 on my Honor 10 View I've had issues with Bluetooth connectivity.
When connecting to my car (SEAT Leon) it now will not connect to car Bluetooth for voice telephone calls. Tried changing system settings under Bluetooth, unpaired and repaired.
Also for media playback from phone it used to connect automatically to car Bluetooth but now each time I get in the car I have to turn off Bluetooth on phone and then turn back on for it to reconnect to car Bluetooth before media from phone plays via car speakers.
Anyone else noticed a problem with Bluetooth connectivity? Any advice for resolving issue would be much appreciated! Many thanks
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2019Looks like Android 9.0 is finally coming to the US version.Updated 9.0 is still stability or not
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2019How's the AIS for night mode?In general shooting still images under low light conditions has slightly improved. I believe the
Artificial Image Stabilization (AIS) algorithm has improved with the new camera app. At least after comparing I can say View 10 has a better rear camera than Honor 10 after Pie update on both. Opposite is true for selfie camera.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2019There is a AI toggle like on the Honor 10?Yep.
After EMUI 9 update, Honor View 10 & Honor 10's user interface & features are identical.