Rk, 14 Sep 2015It should be with Snapdragon 820 and must have 4GB of RAM. Providing latest Android (6) is not... moreThat's crap mate, huawei historically have made mediocre phones at best.
Won't be getting this.
Nice! The only bummer is the 810. If the LG Nexus 5 2015 has nthe 808, im going for that
Rk, 14 Sep 2015It should be with Snapdragon 820 and must have 4GB of RAM. Providing latest Android (6) is not... moreLatest specs? You're asking for specs that don't yet exist. The 820 won't be ready until next year and it's not like you can simply decide to use a different SoC midway through the long R&D process. Not without basically having to start again at least, the SoC is after all what the rest of the phone is designed around.
Next year there will almost certainly be a Nexus phone with an 820 in it, but not this year. And you're wrong about the Nexus range; the appeal of them has always been the software and good value rather than having the very best specs.
Any flagship worth its salt these days has 4GB RAM. Disappointing. :(
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2015SD 810 v2 overheats, that's the reason why OnePlus underclocked it for the OnePlus2 to 1.8ghz,... moreOwwkeeeyy...? So you mean that V2 Doesn't Overheats since it's just the V1 with an underclock, right? Well it makes sense... better limit some flawed product then Cancel it...
I wonder how can One tell V1 and V2 apart... Is it in the name code? So People won't get the V1...
Also I wonder how low did it get underclocked? is it below the 808/805?
And what about the 615?
RayenX, 14 Sep 2015So I'm one of the disappointed Customers that been waiting for normal sized Nexus... Now when ... moreSD 810 v2 overheats, that's the reason why OnePlus underclocked it for the OnePlus2 to 1.8ghz, so it will not overheat, but doing so lowers his performance.
It should be with Snapdragon 820 and must have 4GB of RAM. Providing latest Android (6) is not the thing by which you can attract customers. Customers need good and latest specs... So Huawei please work on your ideas because you are one of the best companies....
All The Best.
Boris, 14 Sep 2015Huawei Mate phones are actually quite nice. With Kirin 950, even 940 this could be a really go... moreSo I'm one of the disappointed Customers that been waiting for normal sized Nexus... Now when I'm turned off by the size of it, the SnapD 810 starting to bother me even more!
IS it really is overheating? I've tried to find the truth about it, some write that it's just BS started by Samsung since they make their own Processors... other say that only early versions heat up, and in some (HTC) it still heats(Not OVERheats tho) while in others (OnePlus Two) it's stable...
So I Don't know what to believe, some write there's a Version 2 of 810 that doesn't heats...
And now there are also rumors that SnapD 615 also Overheats?! I mean WTF... all the phones I chose from (Z9 mini, Nexus 5X, Gigaset Me/Pure) all got SnapD 810 or 615... So do I avoid both or what?
This year,Nexus will get dumbass because their used sd 810.Sony xperia 5 too used but they have solution to used that chip without heat very much.If nexus want used sd 810 their have to search for the solution but if their are lazy juat copy what sony did in xperia z5.
Thanks god it didn't come with sd 808 (weaker gpu, weaker cpu) or helio x20 (much much weaker gpu) or even a huawei soc (gpu power of an three years old sd s4...)
no more snapdragon 810 please and nobody is willing to pay for your failure, Qualcomm
Put the Exynos 7420 in it instead of the overheater and you've got a deal.
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2015google should really just focus on the regular size nexus. Huawei, is not a brand reconized b... moreHuawei Mate phones are actually quite nice. With Kirin 950, even 940 this could be a really good one. But snapdragon 810 phones.. one should avoid it like fire (pun intended).