Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018better yet , wait a little longer until samsung releases s10 ..it will be way more powerful th... moreWith a bloated U.I? I don't think so. Samsung will still lag behind, even s9 cant defeat my moto z2 force in performance.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018better yet , wait a little longer until samsung releases s10 ..it will be way more powerful th... moreWith a bloated U.I? I don't think so. Samsung will still lag behind, even s9 can defeat my moto z2 force in performance.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018As of NOW, wait until Google will release their phone.better yet , wait a little longer until samsung releases s10 ..it will be way more powerful than pixel 3
Ramdroid612, 28 Mar 2018Except the best camera, great oled display, fast charging, 4000 battery and features including... moreThe best camera isn't going cut it with the those notch and using kirin 970 again makes it a little less interesting.
Looks like Huawei might replace Samsung in the mobile phone space. May be they lag behind on processor, display and memory. But clever collaboration with Leica seems to be paying off though I am not bothered about their camera
Samsung might have the fastest CPU, but their phone will slow down after a few months of use.
To be honest, a complete package with emphasis on great battery life matters to me a lot more than some benchmark numbers.
Zenodroid, 28 Mar 2018Where is iPhone x and Oneplus 5t? Old story now, in 2017
I had 3 samsungs and they all aged badly in terms of performance, but not with my huawei. Give it 3 months and 1 update and compare the phones in real word performance!! Benchmarks only count to rank, nothing more, just as manufacturer fuel consumption in cars.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018Well Huawei release their SOC's at the end of the year, rather than the start, like Samsung an... moreNo, every year chipsets are ranked by the latest and greatest. If Huawei and Apple release their chipsets at the end of the year they will take first and second place.
The 845s competition has not been released yet (Apple A 12 and Kirin 980)
Five Star, 28 Mar 2018The Kirin 970 is last years chipset and is still up there with the best of 2018.
When the M... moreWell Huawei release their SOC's at the end of the year, rather than the start, like Samsung and Qualcomm. The 970 was a little disappointing because it wasn't as impressive a step as the 960 (which wasn't far off the SD 835). The 970 is about as powerful as the SD 835.
The 980 will be powerful but technically won't be this generation. It will likely be using a 7nm process; and therefore compete with the SD 855 etc.
SoC-wise, Huawei is now the one playing catch-up. It's a pity because at one point in the past, they were the one on top.
Lets be honest. Why notch if they have bezels down for the fingerprint scanner. Phone looks like some ugly pupet made to just steal whatever it can from competition