It does look very interesting,in pictures and in specs...so far..we`ll see about final product.
Mate 9 is still very good phone,but Huawei will surely ask $1k for new Mate 10.If they finally put some competitive audio circuitry inside,some quality Dac and some amplifier, it will be one of the best phones of 2017.So far,Huawei products wasn`t very good in audio...
Huawei ia doing great just don't put an physical home button in the front of the phone and don't make an curved screen that looks like an Galaxy phone.
These company need more credit and appreciation, if apple were to annouce this, all hell will break loose
Forgot to mention pixel size? Or was it intention... Kinda shame they still use dual cam and white pixels, separate rgb would made 3 times bigger pixels on sensor, even if they used 1/3".
Well NPU chipset is worthy of top flagship, lets see the rest, like audio recording quality, screen, 3D&AR abilities... mostly zoom and bokeh also :), maybe someone to dethrone iphone and its score?
Well, basically everything sounds quite promising and as predicted. We'll see.
Huawei is the only china brand smartphone i'll approve. I'm a long sony xperia user but after bought my wife mate 9, really a good phone. Now i'm an ex-xperia user, typing on my honor 8 pro. Never underestimate Huawei. A good overall package.
Vegetaholic, 25 Sep 2017Yeah sure AI and neural processing unit in tiny smartphone chip, I can smell a lot of BS comin... moreSure! If it was apple or samsung it would be a breakthrough spec but its huawei so its bs. lol you need to start to use that thing called brain
Yeah sure AI and neural processing unit in tiny smartphone chip, I can smell a lot of BS coming from Huawei
Wow really hyped for this and its dual cam with f1.6 will completely destroy V30 and that AI offline translation is great with 4000mah battery hope it release with oreo
AnonD-79616, 25 Sep 2017Going for mate 9 because of lower price i can understand. But passing all these features just ... moreNope, I won't use a case. My current phone is with me for 3.5 years, it's scratched, but screen is fine. If a material is durable enough, then you won't need a case. Metal is one of those materials. Glass is not.
Anonymous, 25 Sep 20171.6 aperture ia fascinating, hope to see great pictures. LG V30 was disappointing in this matter. The aperture is only a small part of the picture: the total light received depends on f-number and sensor area, or light/pixel on f-number and pixel area. f1.6 vs f1.7 or f1.8 is a modest increase in light received, and certainly not enough to offset the smaller senor and pixels used by the V30 compared to say the Pixel or U11.
However, it's an attention-getting number that marketing people can use: "widest aperture in a smartphone", "more light" make for good slogans, and if the tech press don't compare sensor/pixel sizes and point out what the overall effect is they will get away with selling this as "better" even if the net effect is worse signal/noise than the best in class can deliver.
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2017Can't wait to see it on the shelves... so I can buy Mate 9 :P
The 10 looks like it has glass ... moreGoing for mate 9 because of lower price i can understand. But passing all these features just because of the glass ? Come on...
You will use case either way and it is not like if a metal phone drop it will survive without scratchs or even broken screen.
1.6 aperture ia fascinating, hope to see great pictures. LG V30 was disappointing in this matter.
That glass-back is no good, I'd never buy a phone with that.
Oh heck yeah, Huawei is pulling out all the stops on this.
Can't wait to see it on the shelves... so I can buy Mate 9 :P
The 10 looks like it has glass back, so I'll pass.
Seems too good to be true.....................but hopefully it is true.
Huawei. A household name by the end of 18 in the states.
1.6 aperture nice