PLAYER SLAYER, 26 Feb 2017Dude, you do the even have an argument. In real world usage, the Kirin 960 is almost unnoticea... moreI actually don't mind the iPhone look alike comparison.The LG G6 is nice but I prefer the Huawei to be honest.
Shaun Moroz, 26 Feb 2017The P10 is actually not an iPhone wannabe, since it already crushes it. Do you even know what... moreDude, you do the even have an argument. In real world usage, the Kirin 960 is almost unnoticeable in its performance lead, it may mean loading a webpage half a second faster, which is almost negatable. Performance mostly comes down to RAM and GPU, and let me tell you, the Adreno on the 821 wipes the floor with the Mali that the Kirin packs. As for athstetics, there really is no competition. The glass on the G6 mixed with the small bezels on the front simply crush the clunky design of the P10, which just seems boring in comparison to the G6. As for software, LG's is so much better, as it modifies the stock look of Android, while not completely replacing it like Huawei has, but still adds many more useful features, like the knock code to unlock your phone, or being able to put a button that pulls down the notification shade in your navigation bar. And plus, LG updated their flagship to Nougat months ago, while Huawei just released it. LG is the clear winner
kennethgeo, 26 Feb 2017I don´t think so Just look at the Mate 9 and it´s pricesThe Mate 9 is perfectly fine. 600 USD for a powerful phone which is better than the V20 and more? Absolutely worth it. The specifications, the design, the camera - they all justify the price of the Mate 9.
Been using mate 9 pro for a while. Know how good it is. Can't wait to try the dual 1.8f leica on p10 plus.
The p9 didnt start the monochrome plus color sensor the qiku q terra did
Sorry but no go... not a fan of KIRIN processor
put SD835 then we will talk
Egash Josh, 26 Feb 2017And that's why there are lots of smartphones options out there! If you feel Huawei are expensi... moreWe are having a discussion here, right? I'm only stating my opinion and some facts to go along with. I'm just a tech enthusiast and also i can't afford these phones. I had bought only one flagship till now and that was 5 years ago. I'm not even considering to buy one in the near future. My Redmi 3s prime is serving me well enough to get by. Most people in the comment section won't buy one either.
Its definitely a dream phone with 5.1" full hd screen, 20 mp ois camera, quick charge, 802ac wireless, external home button, good battery, latest inhouse soc, latest android, and available in the uk with major networks, Thank you huawei
Egash Josh, 26 Feb 2017You are India and you seem not to see Huawei phones there??!! You such a joke!!Huawei is non-existent in India. Before trying to act like an expert, research a bit on internet. Let me do you some favor
Read these websites and then tell me if you see Huawei anywhere.
Sonu4678, 26 Feb 2017I'm sure both of those are more expensive to make so i expect it to be at least 50$ cheaper th... moreAnd that's why there are lots of smartphones options out there! If you feel Huawei are expensive, go buy from Renowned brands like Apple and Samsung as you claim!! Am sure they are cheap which I doubt Stop whining here!!!
NoWay, 26 Feb 2017Way too expensive.Not really. Good price for such an incredible phone.
Cheaper than the G6 and the upcoming S8, that's for sure.
Sonu4678, 26 Feb 2017That's the point "they are still growing". If they want to keep growing, they should offer bet... moreYou are India and you seem not to see Huawei phones there??!! You such a joke!!
I was hoping for a P10 Lite announcement too, even if release was still a month or too away. If it looks similar to the P10 even with lower specs, it would definately be worth looking at.
Sonu4678, 26 Feb 2017That's the point "they are still growing". If they want to keep growing, they should offer bet... moreObviously they still have some way before they can really surpass Apple and Samsung, but they're doing it, and not slowly. Huawei is actually pretty known in my country, the Middle East, Europe, Australia and the UK, and yes, of course - China. They're doing a good job, and the P10 and P10 Plus are both certainly attractive devices, and I'm sure the sales will do fine.
Shaun Moroz, 26 Feb 2017Huawei is actually growing to be more and more popular and known around the world, especially ... moreThat's the point "they are still growing". If they want to keep growing, they should offer better deal than their competitors. From what i know, they are popular in China only. I haven't seen a single Huawei smartphone in my country and they are not popular in US too. They still have a long way to go to reach Samsung and Apple. BTW i'm from India and Samsung dominates here.