Anonymous, 15 Feb 2018way too long to read to be honest..It's pure stupidity and illminded western approach. Let's suppose if Chinese brand spy on us then why western media, agencies are not warning us, the way Google, iOS, social media apps, spy us? Because these all brands belong to them. In current era of smart phones, nothing is safe in our mobiles, tabs & laptops, all platforms are spying on us. If you are that much curious and cautious than build your own mobile. I am Samsung user but now thinking to opt to Huawei, as they cost less but same performance.
David007, 05 Feb 2018hello. IT HAS AN SD CARD. IT IS A HIBRID. I.M PRETTY SHURE OF THAT. :)
so.. everyone is soo h... moreHi.
U have already 128G internal memory. What u plan in ur phone? The memory is enough for ur stuff
rvmay28, 16 Feb 2018Yes Samsung has great camera and display but lot of display , motherboard issues .i got samsung galaxy s3 still alive till today no issued but of course major update on apps and lack on ram and chipset make it so lame now.second phone was galaxy a8 2018 hope can go more years than my s3.who said got motherboard issued?only u?
I'm having a hard time thinking what bad comment to write about this phone. Nice camera, insane battery life, super fast charging, stylish and much more. Didn't expect this from a Chinese brand.
Been using for 3 weeks and it impresses me still.
Oh yes, if there is anything to complaint, Chinese brands doesn't have a choice of font type unlike Korean brands.
Planing to buy the Mate 10 pro but when I checked some reviews, it has some flaws, did any of you encounter major flaws
Huawei mate 10 pro or Oneplus 5T? for performance, speed, battery, browsing, and Audio
who is complaining the mate 10 pro
must update to B129
i come from s8 plus and i was thinking twice what was better but after that . it was speedy stable
sot was from 7 hours to 8.20 hours
standby from 1day and half to max 3 days
heavy usage is less power consumer
when i use my phone i feel like iphone speed
i swear update i you will see the software is still new
The best design 2017. So beautiful. I have seen all the 4 colours of this phone and I must say that this phone is very beautiful(SEXY PHONE). but my best colour is the midnight blue. it's crazily beautiful.
Fred, 10 Feb 2018Samsung rocks in screen resolution and cams Yes Samsung has great camera and display but lot of display , motherboard issues .
If only they made it in champagne gold like the mate 10 version. Champagne gold (silver) Is my personnal favorite phone color. Why are they making less color option for the pro?
lol, 15 Feb 2018Top FBI, CIA, and NSA officials all agree: Stay away from Huawei phones When the CIA, FBI, an... moredunno what your unnabout samsung already got busted for listening in via there hardware.....
Joey, 13 Feb 2018The Mate 10 Pro would cost you $1000 Canadian Dollars here in Canada. That's the cheapest i fo... moreWay overpriced? Nope. I wouldn't change my 10 Pro Mate for any other phone on the market right now.
Top FBI, CIA, and NSA officials all agree: Stay away from Huawei phones
When the CIA, FBI, and NSA reach the same conclusion, you should probably listen.
(im an asia too and dont trust ever all this china brand no wonder they desprate enter u.s carrier)
the rest up to all your brain choose your path
In the age of fake news, collusion, coercion, and bots, the heads of all three U.S. intelligence agencies all agree on one thing: donÂ’t buy Huawei phones.
CBS News is reporting that FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats each gave testimony on Capitol Hill this week to address the cybersecurity threats facing the nation and all admitted that they would never willingly use a Huawei handset.
The impact on you at home: The intelligence community has been warning about the risk of Huawei for years, but the timing of the message here is clear: buy the Mate 10 Pro at your own risk. Ever since a 2012 investigative reportÂ—in which Huawei was wholly uncooperativeÂ—lawmakers have been warning about the potential dangers of using Huawei phones, but with the company on the verge of a U.S. breakout, the rhetoric has been ramped up considerably. Even without any hard evidence, the intelligence community seemingly has ample reason to suspect Huawei of cyber espionage, and it is stopping at nothing to ensure the Mate 10 Pro isn't a big seller in the U.S.
While Huawei wasnÂ’t specifically targeted in the officialsÂ’ prepared statements on the threat assessment, Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr steered the conversation to China when he stated, Â“The focus of my concern today is China, and specifically Chinese telecoms companies like Huawei and ZTE that are widely understood to have extraordinary ties to the Chinese government.Â”
huawei mate 10 pro back
The Mate 10 Pro is a great phone with a great camera, but officials fear it may be used to spy on users.
ZTE might be a small player in the smartphone industry, but Huawei is the No. 2 or No. 3 phone maker in the world and has been desperately trying to break into the U.S. market for years. Heading into CES it seems as though it had finally gained a foothold with a U.S. carrier, but AT&T pulled out at the last minute after pressure from a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
When asked whether they would recommend U.S. citizens buy phones from these manufacturers, none said they would, with committee member Sen. Mark Warner adding, Â“We need to make sure that this is not a new way for China to gain access to sensitive technology.Â”
In his opening remarks, Coats said the U.S. is facing "a complex, volatile, and challenging threatÂ” from foreign entities Â“using cyber to penetrate virtually every major action that takes place in the U.S.Â” While the agencies have yet to produce specific evidence that Huawei is working with the Chinese government to siphon data from its customers, Huawei has long been suspected of using its technology to spy on users.
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With the $799 Mate 10 Pro due to begin shipping on Feb. 18, Huawei had this to say in response, Â“Huawei is aware of a range of U.S. government activities seemingly aimed at inhibiting HuaweiÂ’s business in the U.S. market. Huawei is trusted by governments and customers in 170 countries worldwide and poses no greater cybersecurity risk than any ICT vendor, sharing as we do common global supply chains and production capabilities.Â”
Earlier this week, Huawei was caught bribing users to leave glowing reviews for the new handset on BestBuy.com. Those comments have since been removed.
In our review of the Mate 10 Pro, we found it to be an impressive premium handset, with a powerful chip and excellent AI integration, while the Leica-branded camera bested the Pixel 2, iPhone X, and Sony Xperia XZ1 in our Last Cam Standing video series.
The Mate 10 Pro would cost you $1000 Canadian Dollars here in Canada. That's the cheapest i found it shipped and everything. There's no way in the world that I would drop a grand on a phone. Wayyyy overpriced.
David007, 08 Feb 2018 everyone is soo happy about their phone. i have a huawei mate 10 pro, and i kinda think it mi... moreDude you must replace the device as i NEVER had any of the issues you just mentioned. the phone might be bugged or something, or maybe you are just a huawei hater xD peace
I've had this phone for two months now. Can't complain. The only thing difficult to get used to is the lack of the 3.5 mm jack. I am really curious if/how the constant plug-in-plug out of the headphones is going to affect the USB-c port in the long run. And, since the phone does not have Wireless charging, if the port gets damaged after the warranty expires, you either replace it or upgrade to a new phone. The battery is awesome. The 58% do charge in 30 minutes, hopefully will work like this for a long time. General experience is great and I find the EMUI really helpful in certain scenarios.