Anonymous, 05 Apr 2017no fm radio and not OIS for the camera. Always something missing. Why they can't make a comple... moredo you think if they make a complete device and you have it, you will been replacing your device year after year or every 2 years like people do??? this is business, they have to throw at you something shiny to get your attention if they launch a complete device they will easily loos money, since you will be with the same device for years, BUSINESS!!!
Would like one of these in the UK. But like several companies like Honor and Huawei they seem happy to restrict sales here.....
Screen to body ratio 73.6%? 80% is like the minimum these days... And the screen resolution 2560 x 1440? That is a total overkill. FHD would have been perfect. Battery size is great.
Twatonk, 06 Apr 2017I hate iPhone wannabe phone like this, look at antena line designU do knw thar huawei is the 3rd largest smartphone manufacturer in the world...???
They dnt need to go the "wanna be" route
And putting antenna lines on the back is not something apple started, it was htc.
I hate iPhone wannabe phone like this, look at antena line design
janika, 16 Mar 2017Perfect for ppl who do not have a computer and use their phone for everything. For the average... moreMay I know what phone you downgraded to. I have the same issue. I'm looking for smaller but high quality screen.
Love it when smartphone makers put a huge battery in it to make some sense.
no fm radio and not OIS for the camera. Always something missing. Why they can't make a complete device?
The best feature of all Huawei/Honor phones is its Ultra Battery mode. In a test for my old Honor 5X phone that would last only 36 hours without doing anything (just sitting on the desk), it lasted 10 days in Ultra Battery mode and still had about 40% battery power left. The phone loses about 4% battery every 24hrs. Exceptional. However with the mode activated the only thing you can do with the phone is making calls, checking contacts and texting. For me, other than occasional browsing and taking pictures, all I do with the phone is making calls and texting. So I love this feature and will stick with Huawei/Brand for the foreseeable feature. Too bad I already have a OnePlus 3T, which is super fast but drains battery fast even in its own "battery saver" mode. I wish I had purchased a Honor 8 for myself, instead for my in-laws. They are happy.
Waiting for Huawei Mate 9 to drop price to get its Leica camera and of course, the "UItra Battery mode" feature.
Everythin just Right except the Camera's Phase Detection.
Huawei/Honor OIS Please.....
Harwey, 28 Mar 2017You can buy it now at aliexpress for 520$(6gb/64gb version)-but In China it's called Honor v9 ... moreQuite expensive from AliExpress.In the retail stores nearby you can get it for the same price but they offer 3 year warranty and decent customer service.
You can buy it now at aliexpress for 520$(6gb/64gb version)-but In China it's called Honor v9 as guys from GsmArena explained..cheers
Cpt. Power, 23 Mar 2017Looks expensive i rather try Lenovo Phab 2 pro with google tango. High-end chipset,4k recording,bigger screen and bigger battery increase the price ofc.Here they are same the price tbh.