Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018I'm not so sure if iOS is a high quality OS nowadays lol. Depends on the person who you are asking this question. The average consumer doesn't have much understanding on how an OS actually works and what it's doing, and will evaluate it based on pretty colours, 'free apps', and tech specs (the higher the better).
But they will not understand device security, user privacy policies, play store malware, online viruses, data protection, personal details storage, what an intuitive UX is, bug and error frequency and handling, warranty, etc.
Those are the people who unlock their devices with their fingerprint instead of using a 6-digit (or longer) passcode. Those are the same people who use banking apps on Android and the same people who link their credit/debit cards to their phone. Those are the people whose opinions on 'what a good OS is' do not matter.
Same as asking an old lady what a good car is, instead of asking a full-time driver/racer what a good car is.
No doubt it's a great camera for smartphone users and casual use... But I don't see myself using the P20 pro for professional portraits it can't beat a FF camera and 50mm 1.4f lenses. Even a average APS-C and 35mm lens will give you better results than the p20 pro.
AnonD-212650, 27 Mar 2018Some people will burn their jealousy over Huawei's meteorological rise. They are investing a l... moreMaybe the camera is good but price still too much and I bet your not getting one.
iPhone X wanna-be. Copied and made by the Chinese.
Runs free Android OS instead of a proper, high quaity OS.
Is priced about 3 times higher than its worth. $300-$350 is a more correct price for a Chinese phone with a free OS and spyware installed that mines all the user details it can acquire.
Some people will burn their jealousy over Huawei's meteorological rise. They are investing a lot of money in r&d . They are here to stay,boys.
Huawei is handing out huge ammounts of cash to get their devices shown everywhere, this site only talks about these devices, as expected