Both versions overheat, the HTC One M9 has the 2.1 version also.
Plus, why would Qualcomm give them the old version?
AnonD-444797, 26 Sep 2015Intresting to see this device is running which version of chipset. original Snapdragon 810(hea... moreHuawei knows how to optimize the 810 with octa-core devices. They make for long ago octa-core devices like other Chinese brands and even other huge brands are getting tips from the to resolve the overheating issue. Maybe you didn't had Huawei octa-core device before. Please check Huawei p8 and many others on the YouTube.For the P8 Ppl said oh battery don't gonna lest long. They optimized it very great and with heavy usage can get out almost 2 days. YouTube or Google and read after please.
I need nexus phone but I don't trust Chinese device. Who know there must be spying device inside of it. Chinese maybe something up to. Who knows??????
Azathoth, 25 Sep 2015I hopefully they've putting battery with 3200ma at the least! because of snapdragon 810 3450 mah
AnonD-444797, 26 Sep 2015Intresting to see this device is running which version of chipset. original Snapdragon 810(hea... moreThere is no resolution for 810 overheating issue , as the chipset is flawed at the hardware level. I can vouch even for the so-called Version 2.1( which is actually just underclocked version of the actual SD 810 with minor modifications that actually don't alleviate the heating issue) as I have One-plus Two.
But Qualcomm PR machinery likes to fool people. Anyway , here you go :
4 wath 2k display ??? batery life 0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It solved the atrocious heating problems of first version but not heating problems on the whole, which are still quite annoying on 2.1 as well.
I like huawei phone very much.More than samsung and iPhone.I want this phone
You do realize Motorola was acquired by Lenovo quite some time ago right?
Intresting to see this device is running which version of chipset. original Snapdragon 810(heating issue) or Snapdragon 810 vs 2.1(resolved heating issue)
i have always been a fan of huawei phones but that is absolutely horrid, who ever designed it needs to go back to the drawing board the part at top of back that looks like either glass or black makes phone look totally wrong...
I wouldn't change a Motorola (american) Nexus 6 for this Huawei (chinese) Nexus 6P, personally, even with its few good upgrades like USB-C port, better front camera resolution and the finger print sensor I don't think It worth It
I hopefully they've putting battery with 3200ma at the least! because of snapdragon 810
the next generation flagships are now here equipped with marshmallow :> goodluck samsung