Sony Fanboy Bitches, 30 Sep 2017Double knuckle to take a screenshot? Huawei just wants their customers break their phones. Im... moreyour words don't make sense sir, you can bend the phone but not break it by tapping your knuckles on it. its "knock" not punch. wake up.
GSMArena, Huawei did NOT silently launch the Nova 2i. The news is everywhere! This wasn't a surprise in Malaysia. It was in their facebook webpage actively promoting this product prior launch. You are just too slow.
Double knuckle to take a screenshot?
Huawei just wants their customers break their phones. Imagine Manny Pacquiao doing this thing........
I guess when the screens of these phones break, they assume that people would bring their cracked screen phones to them to get replaced, and be asked to pay them 40% of the price of the phone for the replacement that will exhibit the same problem again in a few months. Nice way of marketing.
.alpha, 29 Sep 2017Do those knuckle tapping even work? Those phones always seem to have lots of half baked featur... moreI used the honor 7 but it only has the double knock gesture back then but it works perfectly most of the time. You just have to get used with how strong you have to knock it though
Slow poke. This is already launched in Malaysia last week. Go google it.
I think even the honor 7x would only be a reincarnation of this!
But have grand lunch in thailand
AnonD-1385, 29 Sep 2017I have experience with a few Huawei phones. The gestures work...though not as easy as you ... moreWorks fine on the P8 and faster/more convenient than using buttons. Its one of the most used features in Huawei phones. I don't think you've ever owned one.
AnonD-481725, 29 Sep 2017Wait, is this a Galaxy S8? LolIt's better than S8 LMAO
.alpha, 29 Sep 2017Do those knuckle tapping even work? Those phones always seem to have lots of half baked featur... moreI have experience with a few Huawei phones.
The gestures work...though not as easy as you may like for some models. For instance, double knocking to do a screenshot worked much easier on the P8 than the Mate 8. The screen recording was easier than the screenshot on the Mate 8. The hardest of all the gestures is the scrolling screenshot. Other than the screenshot knuckle feature on the P8, the majority of these gestures is a hit and miss. My only complaint with using your knuckles is that sometimes your knuckles end up hurting you. For the most part you are better off doing the power button+volume button combination if you want a screenshot on any of these Huawei phones.
AnonD-244086, 29 Sep 2017And i silently buy iphone xThen you're silently being ripped off.
Do those knuckle tapping even work? Those phones always seem to have lots of half baked features that doesn't actually work.