Mark hood, 04 Jul 2017Mate 9 pro!!!, amoled!!! Yes, but the mate 9 pro amoled is kinda dim.
TobyP, 25 Jul 2017I'm getting this phone to replace my note 4. here is why: I want a large screen. Going from 5... moreOk, I am currently using the p10 plus and I think its great, exept that there is no oleophobic coating, so I have to clean it often.
I'm getting this phone to replace my note 4. here is why:
I want a large screen. Going from 5.7" to 5.5" is okay for me
I don't want edge screen or taller than 16:9 screen. No glass on the back, but still high-end and good camera. Android is a must. and I want to but it in a local store instead of import from China.
Hi guys, Im looking to buy new mobile but not sure which one. After long time looking for it I cant decide between Huawei P10 Plus and Huawei Mate 9. So which one is better? Camera is very important to me,but for now everyone told me that both of this phone have the same camera. Is that true?
Seems like a good phone but the screen size is too small. If it were the same screen size as the Mate 9, I'd buy it tomorrow.
amlboeton, 15 Jul 2017Does this phone have physical home, back and recents button or virtual button? yes in settings customs
Less than a month I got this phone. Super happy with all than suddenly during sending messages start freezing and not giving you change some typing option.
Will see if again happens more often than changing phone.
amlboeton, 15 Jul 2017Does this phone have physical home, back and recents button or virtual button? amlboeton, I got this phone a week ago and I'm super happy. It has a physical home button but there are two modes for the 'go home', 'go back' and 'recent apps' actions. If you enable virtual buttons (there are 3 sizes from small to large) then you will see the virtual buttons within the screen. If you choose to use the home button for these actions (by enabling this option in the settings) then pressing continuously for half a second on the physical home button triggers 'go home', a short tick on the home button triggers 'go back' and, a little tricky, slide and touch on the button triggers the 'recent app' actions. Using the physical button saves you space on the screen but I personally prefer virtual button (small size). So, it's configurable. You have choice.
I already buy it then after 1 month i sell it back..for me p10plus still 👎
I bought 3 weeks ago the Huawei P10 Plus, 128GB, 6GB RAM, VKY-L29. I live in Canada and because this model is not available through carriers I bought it from a re-seller in USA. My previous phone was a LG G3 (with a 6500mA replacement battery) and as much as I liked it, it was dated and was looking for something newer. Things that I DID NOT want to compromise: > 36 hours of battery life in normal use, 2K display, minimum 4GB of RAM, minimum 64GB of internal storage, SD card support (at this price tag, you MUST support SD card), crisp & clear pictures, software support (LG sucks at it big time).
My review: so far I am absolutely delighted by this phone! This is my first experience with Huawei UI and I found it was close to stock Android. Once I got it, I factory-reset it and configured it with my apps, I removed some bloatwares (very little btw), fully charged it, and then started testing the battery in normal conditions (working during the day so intense use in the morning or the night) until the battery dies on me: 53 hours of use. I have seen few reviews bitching the battery life though I cannot complain, even under heavy use (watching 3 movies back to back), still can expect 8H+ of use. I also noticed that the EMUI is doing a good power management job in the background, very satisfied, Huawei exceeded my expectations here with a 3750mA battery.
I like the form factor, the side buttons (LG were on the back), the fingerprint reader is very zippy, great overall build quality, bought the blue back one and it is gorgeous! :)
The display is crisp and because my friend has a Samsung S8+, we compared them side-by-side: far from being biased but we both agreed that the difference was not noticeable, maybe a tinny advantage for the S8+ for the brightness.
As for the pictures, I am biased with Leica since I used to work for one of their affiliates (!) but if you know them, then you are aware of their focus on QUALITY. Pictures are outstanding, left my LG G3 far in the dust! I compared again with the S8+ and another Huawei phone (Honor 8), P10+ walks the talk with those Leica lenses.
Can I complain? Absolutely not so far. Am I biased? Till I paid big money for this phone (USD + CDN exchange rate), I am expecting A LOT from it and I feel I get it. Water resistant? Can't care less, with this type of price tag this is my responsibility to take good care of it. Other phones? I have considered the Pixel, Oneplus 5, G6, S8, Mate 9 Pro, Honor 8, Zenfone 3, and there was always something not meeting my expectations while with the P10+ I was only annoyed with the price, higher for the S8+ or Mate 9 Pro. But since I crossed that fence and I can now enjoy the phone, no regret!!! I haven't experienced any of the issue I read in some reviews (poor battery life, battery overheating, mediocre display, average pictures), so call me lucky if you will but I rest my case - I recommend this phone!