March, 02 May 2016I buy 10 pcs if specs and price like this. in order you get this spec. you have to be a mate 8 owner. get 1 pc mate 8 pls.
Equinox Hydroid, 29 Apr 2016Mate 8 didn't take its chance yet!so ipone too
Mate 9?? too soon.
6.2" , 5500mah , 31MP rear F1.7 , 20MP front , 8gb ram , 256GB rom. selling with just RM3000.
user.atef, 29 Apr 2016"I hope Huawei is not gonna give in to the recent "numbers hype" " I hope not too, because ... moreYeah. You either do it right or don't do it at all. Besides...for my daily phone use, I'm fine with P9 or Mate8 specs, don't need more than this.
plz add more cores to your gpu.
YOUR DEVICES ARE PRICEY alrerady....
give better graphics
Nishru, 29 Apr 2016Any advancement is fine, until it will reach an overkill bracket. Will this happen with Mate 9... more"I hope Huawei is not gonna give in to the recent "numbers hype" "
I hope not too, because that may lead to all kind of problems like(unstable performance, heat issue, force close apps, hang, lag...etc).
Ritzie, 29 Apr 2016You're way too early to claim that. I'm not a fan of any brand but you just cannot make that ... moreI said that, because Mate 8 in general is a top-notch device. Mate 9 suppose to be much powerfull than Mate 8, But still you are right, it is too soon to claim that. I may have overstated how great Mate 9 would be :) Sorry about that.
ToastedBacon., 29 Apr 2016An MP8. Huawei is so 2015 in terms of GPU. Better late than never.How do you know its mp8?
Any advancement is fine, until it will reach an overkill bracket. Will this happen with Mate 9? That remains to be seen. I hope Huawei is not gonna give in to the recent "numbers hype", like they did with 4K screens (according to the recent announcement).
ToastedBacon., 29 Apr 2016An MP8. Huawei is so 2015 in terms of GPU. Better late than never.Another uneducated opinion. At least their GPU doesn't overheat like Adreno 530. And it still pulls all the bells and whistles of any mobile game without a problem. Don't get stuck on benchmark numbers, they mean very little to the real life performance.
And it will still not support 4K video recording
user.atef, 29 Apr 2016Mate 9 will be The Beast this year. Probably, it will support 4k screen. I don't think Leica w... moreYou're way too early to claim that.
I'm not a fan of any brand but you just cannot make that kind of declaration knowing that competitors have yet to officially announce their flagships at the same time as the Mate 9 will be released (late of this year as well) along wit newer specs.
On the bright side, this is what we call innovation :D
GoNS, 29 Apr 2016Do we see dual cameras on Cannon and Nikon?nope . so daul camera is just a false feature to dr... moreYou're comparing Apples to Oranges
1) Smartphones and their cameras CAN NEVER compare to actual stand alone cameras because of difference in Hardware Architecture
2) Standalone cameras do NOT need dual camera setup because they have ample space for sensors unlike small cameras found in ANY mobile hardware
This is the same reason why small Digital Cameras can never be at par with the quality of those DSLRs. Albeit however, standalone digital cameras fare way better than smartphone camers because of space.
3) Camera chipsets and firmwares (including OS and UI) are solely dedicated to post processing and sensor programs unlike Smartphone chipsets and OS
Despite the differences, yes, Smartphones CAN be at par with DSLRs.... that's IF you want the same chunk of size for your phone and a bigger memory (Android KitKat version for phone functions already utilized 2GB of ROM at minimum).
GoNS, 29 Apr 2016Do we see dual cameras on Cannon and Nikon?nope . so daul camera is just a false feature to dr... moreWell, your claims are not really supported by facts. The reason why Nikon, Canon and other professional cameras don't have dual lenses is because they do not need them. DSLR cameras offset the traditional mobile phone camera problems (problematic low light photos, relatively slow shutter speeds etc) with: much, MUCH more complex photographic mechanisms, a LOT larger lenses, apertures, and in general much more advanced internal systems.
These systems are not used in mobile phone cameras for a variety of reasons. They're too complex, which in turn means they're too expensive. Also, size is an issue, and with size comes weight, which mobile phone users don't like too much because it makes using an otherwise mobile portable device too difficult.