Nothing , 28 Jul 2017You're kidding right! P8, P8 lite and P8 max is 2015 devices. Obviously it will get security p... moreI'm happy to tell you that I'm proud owner of upgraded mate 8 with latest version (Android nougat 7.0)
Yeah, I also hate the new aspect ratios, especially for gaming. 16x9 is the perfect ratio, why change it?
Since it's a full-screen display, I hope this time it would be more convenient to use with one hand :)
Nothing , 28 Jul 2017You're kidding right! P8, P8 lite and P8 max is 2015 devices. Obviously it will get security p... moreI don't know about the p series but I'm happy to tell that I have mate 8 and I got updated to the latest android nougat 7.0
Since it's a full-screen display it would be more convenient to use with one hand this time :)
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2017What will the aspect ratio be ? and what will the screen size be ? anyone know ?All signs point to 18:9. If so, I'll be sticking with the Mate 9.
What will the aspect ratio be ? and what will the screen size be ? anyone know ?
If this is true and the Mate 10 is really as good as it sounds, I will upgrade from Mate 9. :)
Huawei deciding now to give up on entry level smartphones, whereas Samsung already did that almost 2 years back..
selling well last year because of note 7 facing issue.
not this year boy~
AnonD-657131, 28 Jul 2017I still get updates on my P8 lite which is more than 3 yrs old now!You're kidding right! P8, P8 lite and P8 max is 2015 devices. Obviously it will get security patches because these belong to 2years support being required by google to OEMs but not software updates.
It is definitely a good news for us tech enthusiasts and not, because basically everything (all points) Richard Yu (Huawei) said is absolutely positive: edge-to-edge screen, (rumored) Kirin 970, longer battery life, + quicker charging speed, and even better photographing than Apple's next iPhone (7s, 8). Okay, maybe hi is exaggerating a bit, and because the iPhones are not even launched, but at least it is positive as well, and because hi has high hopes for the (near future) upcoming Mate 10. What's more, regarding the low-end segment, among Lenovo and other Chinese companies, Xiaomi will take even more over than before/now.
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2017I agree. Not only low end but also for midrange to upper midrange phones. For high end/high pr... moreI do hope not. I changed to Huawei mate 9 specifically because it is all about function. Great battery, good screen in terms of looks, shape and size, proper amount of RAM and on-board memory, very fast fingerprint reader, great camera....
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2017Have anyone noticed there is quick battery degradation for the flagship?No. Mine hasn't changed.
I agree on this decision,just like other people have stated,you can just get a xiaomi low end/mid ranger and you will be fine.A redmi note 4X can go on as low as 165 euros(on my country,but you can get it on gearbest or other sites for low prices),and that is a killer price for what it delivers.
Simply put,Xiaomi is a VFM company,which focuses on good prices for good specs compared to the counterparts.I bought an Honor 8 last week and I love it,UI needs tweeking as you would imagine,but I prefer the upper mid rangers from Huawei anyway,it's low end smartphones where just too weak for the price.I like phones like the Honor 6x,so keep those phones going.