I have s7 edge and i am thinking of replacing it by a mate 9,should i do it or not?
I have a s7 edge and i am thinking of replaced it by a huawei mate 9, should i do it or not?
Neens, 17 Jan 2017I have. The connection is just fine, everything else other than the Facebook and YouTube videi... moreMy phone is less s than a week. I experienced some lag in the touch. Sometimes you tap several times on an icon before something happens. My former Mate 7 with Android 6 and EMUI 4 seems to be faster and more sensitive on the touch.
Supervai, 17 Jan 2017screen yes, I read in forums many people drop their phone n their screen got shattered. Can you give me the links of the forums please?
Whether mate 9 phone is compatible with google applications and whether this
mate 9's all functions shall work in usa if used in usa i.e. it is good for use in usa.
Jerin, 16 Jan 2017Mate you got a defective mate :P
Get it checked with HuaweiWhat do you mean defective?! The phone was sealed and unboxed, and came with 12 month warranty.
I have my concerns about sending my 4 weeks old Huawei to maintenance in the official sponsors here. But I will if I have to.
AJ, 16 Jan 2017No problems at all here, check your connection.I have. The connection is just fine, everything else other than the Facebook and YouTube videis works perfectly okay.
I tested this phone. Nearly a perfect phone
but with few critical drawbacks for $600 phone:
~ Fantastic LCD display
~ Superb processor (web pages load slightly faster than on Note 5)
~Touch interface not as mouth as on high end Samsung phones (because of that, over all experience feels slower)
~Same Android issues with Keyboard. Typing is a bit difficult because of bad touch and sometimes a keyboard is acting up badly.
I'm not saying that Samsung phones are prefect but it seems like only Samsung (maybe LG as well) has solved a problem with Android Touch interface issues that cause very difficult typing.
AnonD-632294, 16 Jan 2017Hi, can you tell me guys if this phone is fragile? Thanks :Dscreen yes, I read in forums many people drop their phone n their screen got shattered.
Mac, 12 Dec 2016Hi all. just bought a Huawei Mate 9 which is from China. I have found out that I cant open the... moreThats because the Mate 9 from China only uses China Rom or China Software. It wont have google play services and will have issues with google apps as the software doesnt allow or support it. My advice is try returning it to the seller and get your money back and buy the Global or International version
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2017No mention of Gorilla Glass or any kind of scratch resistant glass on here and Huawei's websit... morehttp://www.digitaltrends.com/cell-phone-reviews/huawei-mate-9-review/ While itÂ’s relatively compact and comfortable, it is quite heavy at 190 grams. ItÂ’s a big, all-metal phone, with a very large piece of Gorilla Glass over the display, so the extra weight isnÂ’t a shock. This whopping size doesnÂ’t apply to the fingerprint sensor, which is below the camera lens on the rear. ItÂ’s actually quite small and is completely obscured by my fingertip. ItÂ’s no bad thing, and the accuracy canÂ’t be faulted.
No mention of Gorilla Glass or any kind of scratch resistant glass on here and Huawei's website. Anybody know any info on the glass being used in this phone?
Joe, 16 Jan 2017Huawei didn't say anything about using Leica lens, just using Leica camera technology.That's wrong, It says Leica Summarit lenses
AnonD-633566, 16 Jan 2017great features; all features matching with top notch handsets in market and added with leica o... moreHuawei didn't say anything about using Leica lens, just using Leica camera technology.