Anonymous, 02 Feb 2015I'm not pleased with their hypocrisy. Sure they are right about that, but what about low to mi... moreStill doesn't make their stance wrong though. And it's a veiled admission on their part that their Kirin SoC requires further improvements moving forward before they even risk jacking up screen resolutions.
4K TVs are huge for a damn good reason but most people overlook that fact.
Huawei knows what they're doing. You can't really tell much about the differences between Full HD and WQHD, so it kinda is not worth it to trade more pixels for a bad battery life.
forget that i want 8K on my phone!!! so when we meet alien life they can enjoy the retina experience too!!! :D
When other companies will come out with 4k displays, Huawei will follow. What he tried to say was Huawei won't be leading in display technology in foreseeable future
I'm not pleased with their hypocrisy. Sure they are right about that, but what about low to mid-range phones? If they cared about the battery, why do they put pathetic batteries in all these models? Not to mention the non-removable batteries, whick is another huge compromise. I won't but a Huawei phone exactly because of their battery policy