xvi, 01 Mar 2017The Home buttons ruins it. Wish the top and bottom bezels were like the P9 at the most. Doe... moreI've seen on article and youtube reviews, you can enable the on screen button via the setting and customize it to set which button you want to appear
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2017This was a conscious decision. They lowered the Volts and increased the Amps to keep the batte... moreThat's opposite of how electricity works - it's the "Amps" that make the wires hot and cause fires...
I think this is the best smartphone that got launched out there in the MWC 2017,
1. 5-5.2" screen is more than enough for 90+% of mobile users
2. Small form factor means easy to use even with 1 hand
3. Good display,specs,processor,battery,camera everything is well balanced
4. Still not overpriced , I think its priced apt
The Home buttons ruins it. Wish the top and bottom bezels were like the P9 at the most.
Does anyone know if you can still enable on screen buttons with the default ROM? There's no way I will ever consider another phone that doesn't allow this. Designed for soft buttons is better of course, but giving the option is a good second place.
Redoxy, 28 Feb 2017It's design, looking nice. ;-)This was a conscious decision. They lowered the Volts and increased the Amps to keep the battery from getting too warm, meaning more power is going through the cable, but with less 'force', so to say. And since the resulting Watts are still high it does charge very quickly.
Ahaaa, see this honor 7i is 5'2 but has height or length of 141.6 mm but P10 is 5'1 but has length of 145.3. So you see P10 is very long. Wasted up and down space in front. The height or length of honor 7i is very nice.
Yes from the look of things it seems the Mate series is the main flagship phone of Huawei. They always research and bring their new upgraded versions of softwares and hardwares in the Mate series, but makes it better in the P series in march April the following year. The mate is in October November. So for the software and the hardware I believe there is improvement there in This P10 variants. Ofcourse they have upgraded their EMUI from 5.0 to 5.1 too.
Wow, opportunistic "HUAWEI" samsung made it clear that they will move from 5'1 screen size to 5'8 so you moved there from your normal 5'2. Also you made iphone 7 plus incarnate in honor 8 pro which is same as honor V9. hahaha! The phone is powerful though.
Striker, 27 Feb 2017iphone 7, is that you? :)))iphone 7 is exact copy of Huawei P9 (released in April 2016 )
iphone 7 (released in September 2016 )
It's take some time to copy
It's P10 intoxicated s#ee/^
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2017Dat bezels. LG G6 is better.To compare this phone with the G6 is dumb, they are two different category. The Mate is the flagship of Huawei, P series is sort of upper-midrange.
The design concept are different, P10 have a front finger print scanner (of course the bezel is bigger) with a benefit you can leave the phone lying flat on the table and unlock it without lifting. If you work at a desk this is more beneficial.
Also I'm going with Huawei/Honor for camera. Despite having an excellent camera software, LG is still insisting on using older camera sensors than the competition, as in they rather have more megapixels, but smaller pixel size so letting in less light. 2017 and their camera is still 1.12um (which means more noise in the dark), while phones are 1.25 to 1.55um (better low light photos). Also Huawei dual camera works differently, it takes two photos and merge them to create better dynamic and color accuracy. The P10 Plus cameras are 20MP f/1.8 OIS (probably 1.25um), which I think is just going to blow the G6 out of the water.
The G6 is also using last gen CPU. Snapdragon 821, while the Galaxy S8 will have 835. Of course the P10 CPU isn't new either, but it it's the same CPU as last year flagship, Mate 9, on a phone that isn't flagship. The flagship Mate 10 CPU is going to be even better.
Also less risk of bootlooping on the Huawei. In term of software, I think they both suck. I hate both EMUI and LG skin.