AnonD-65736, 22 Oct 2015Huawei or Sony won't "fall" until their other businesses do as well. These organisations have ... morewhat i mean with fall (and i dont want this to happen for our good) is that we stop buying their phones unless they start care about customer and that what should we care about
AnonD-428389, 22 Oct 2015whats the point of making good phones with no after sale service or software update of their f... moreHuawei or Sony won't "fall" until their other businesses do as well. These organisations have enough resources to keep providing phones for a while.
I think your prediction reflects more what has been happening to HTC and what might happen to OnePlus. Being a pure player in the smartphone business is anything but a viable business model.
AnonD-65736, 19 Oct 2015Huawei's teams actually deliver great phones all around. You may know that they are world c... morewhats the point of making good phones with no after sale service or software update of their flagship. they are selling well now but believe me they will fall down really fast
AnonD-428389, 20 Oct 2015no one buy this brand they have no after sale service they sucks at updating software even for... moreExcept the marshmallow update list puts them tied for first with Sony, and they have the same update lifespan as everyone else.
no one buy this brand they have no after sale service they sucks at updating software even for flagship
AnonD-196068, 19 Oct 2015I wouldn't touch any phone with the SD 810 in it. It might literally be too hot to handle, if ... moreSnap810 is overheating..
but, Lumia 950 is superb. despite uses Snap810, it built in with Tablet Grade Liquid Cooling.
1, 19 Oct 2015Nothing special, just another overpriced phone only from this China brand.Huawei's teams actually deliver great phones all around.
You may know that they are world class providers of communication solutions, which they use in their devices. In my region of the world, they are also the only Chinese brand with support for all cellular network bands.
I've never heard of people complaining about compatibility issues with Google Play, or drivers to use ADB, or anything. In the mean time, I'm still trying to get Helium Backup to work on my Oppo...
Their build quality has been amazing recently, with a lot of glass and metal. I don't care about plastic phones, personally, I'm just saying.
Their software translation is accurate... If you've ever seen Flyme OS or cheap Chinese phones, then you know.
Why should they sell products which deliver quality all-around at the price of typical Chinese phones, which may be great in terms of components, but far less attractive with respect to the rest of the package (either build quality, software or network compatibility, for example)?
AnonD-67564, 19 Oct 2015holly shit !!what a beast!!????
Holy Shiet. .
What a BIG..
Sun Sand, 19 Oct 2015No it does not!!!!!
Nokia N1(on sale since 8-jan), Google chrome pixel -since 9th march, LETv... moreActually it does. The connectors on the exisiting phones might be USB 3.1 but they are actually USB 2 in every other regard.
USB Type-C/3.1 support
One important bit of future-proofing is full support for USB-C, which is closely linked to the USB 3.1 standard. WeÂ’ve seen this plug already in the OnePlus 2, but it was really just a USB 2.0 port with a different connector.
The big news is the new set of capabilities weÂ’ll see when Â‘properÂ’ USB-C phones arrive, with USB 3.1 support. TheyÂ’ll be able transmit 40x the power of the current USB connectors, although exactly how much power phones of the future are going to gobble up is something we donÂ’t know yet.
Bandwidth will increase too, but itÂ’s the prospect of even faster-charging batteries that has us excited.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2015The Mate S has better balanced specs I think. Some reviewers don't like the Emotion UI tho. An... moredont prejudge when mate8 is not out.. when you will see it in real you will be changing states every second !
The Mate S has better balanced specs I think. Some reviewers don't like the Emotion UI tho. And the battery of the Mate S is a little small but perhaps to keep down weight. And its price is flat out way too high. But fix those issues and its a winner if it also otherwise behaves stellarly in reviews. I'd rather have Mate S than the Mate 8.
AnonD-196068, 19 Oct 2015I bet I can answer that one. USB-C requires Marshmallow from what I have read and I bet this i... moreNo it does not!!!!!
Nokia N1(on sale since 8-jan), Google chrome pixel -since 9th march, LETv mobiles, one plus 2, Lenovo's Zuk z1, Xiomi 4C ; > None of these run Marshmello!
Sun Sand, 19 Oct 2015So nice to see more 6" displays coming out! Just one regret -where's USB C?I bet I can answer that one. USB-C requires Marshmallow from what I have read and I bet this is shipping with Lollipop.
Doubt this phone will happen in 2015. Maybe they will show a demo by MWC, with availability by 2Q16.
So nice to see more 6" displays coming out! Just one regret -where's USB C?