JustTHAT, 17 Apr 2018Still waiting what the Mate 20 has to offer.. That new Kirin 980 is a beast if all that number... moreYou see the "Porsche" version is a pretty clear ripoff of Samsung's current design, and if you trace two generations back it's the exact same trend, each "Porsche" version, from the very first, is a copy of the then current Samsung flagship's design. And if you actually paid attention to Porsche Design's design philosophy (Blackberry, Lacie, KEF, they're consistent), you'll realize that the Huawei "Porsche" are not really designed by that company, it's just a name to whitewash their copying.
And the camera isn't notably better than the competition, from GSMArena's night shot comparison and many other comparisons with full resolution samples you could see. Even under DxO's bloated score you see many people pointing out how the P20Pro smears (sometimes posting their own samples) and that the Pixel2XL is often better and that the review's paid. In fact if you actually looked at DxO's samples you'll realize that their text doesn't match the pictures, they claim that the P20 is consistently sharper while it smears at 100lux and 5lux, their own samples give them away.
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018Yes they are making money but the real profit for flagships isn't in China. These numbers will... moreUnfortuanately Huawei's telecoms business will support their consumer electronics so they won't go down easily, they're a shameless but resilient bunch. This is not an anti-Chinese rhetoric because with Xiaomi and DJI and the bunch there are decent brands, Huawei is just not one of them.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2018in 10 secondsThat's not a lot, you don't know what the Chinese market could do when there actually is strong demand.
AnonD-664979, 18 Apr 2018That's the thing, when it was touchwiz, you could definitely say they lag after a extended per... moreJust give it time and it will start to lag again because Samsung UI is the worst ever made when it comes to stability and lasting in time . In maximum 6 months or even sooner they will start to lag again , I saw it to many times already but that's how it is with sammy and it will forever remain this way.
Ammy, 17 Apr 2018Its a universal truth that samsung phones lags. .may be its not with s9 but before that every ... moreThat's the thing, when it was touchwiz, you could definitely say they lag after a extended period of time, but's that not the case anymore. Samsung Experience on top of Nougat and Oreo has done wonders.
PeterThePanda, 17 Apr 2018Or three, you assume and blindly defend a brand because of your brand loyalty. lolWon't deny i'm biased, but it's pretty obvious when someone doesn't know how to manage a device. How is it that some people see no lag or a little, but your sister has soooooooooooo much that it's annoying. I call bs. Has nothing to do with brand loyalty. Any device that's managed poorly will see lag regardless of the brand.
$15 million is less and 20,000 units combined. Don't tell me Huawei only managed to make 20,000 units for this batch
ZloiYuri, 16 Apr 2018Xiaomi? You are wrong. Still notch-free and hope will be in further. By the way, I'd like to g... moreXiaomi will be notch too, don't worry. Just wait for winter ;-) just be glad there is no edges.
its proven to be a very popular phone in the UK, many stores are sold out of both the blue and black p20 pro, for over a week, Im waiting for my p20 pro, eta 23/04, did want the twilight model, but im sure once the promotion for the free headphones finished they will release the twilight version in the uk
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018What's the point when they can't sell in the biggest flagship market openly?China IS the biggest smartphone market, followed by India. Try again.
KaneJ, 17 Apr 2018I guess the Chinese love notches. :)They love anything Apple-esq.
AnonD-664979, 17 Apr 2018There are two possible reasons for this. One, your sister has no idea how to manage a phone. T... moreIts a universal truth that samsung phones lags. .may be its not with s9 but before that every samsung started lagging after some time
Some people here comment as if they purchase a batch of 10 000 smartphones thus having the power to affect the outcome of sold phones. When instead they just troll and are stuck with their 3 gen old smartphones.
Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018They're still making moneyYes they are making money but the real profit for flagships isn't in China. These numbers will soon die out. China and India are good countries for mid-range and budget phones. People there can't afford flagships on a mass level. Obviously China forces phones on users since everything is state owned.