karokor, 10 Dec 2018Nope. iPhone speakers are not good. HTC and LG have the best sounding speakers. iPhone cameras... moreI tried the XS Max speakers myself and it was even more impressive than the Dolby Atmos stereo speakers on Samsung Galaxy phones. LG is just pure loudness, the quality is just above average. HTC is also quite loud but with a somehow better sound than LG, but still not as good as the XS Max.
The iPhones have the most natural bass. The fact that the earpiece is about as loud and as good quality as the bottom speaker alone makes it a better choice for the users.
As for the camera, Smart HDR is just hard to compete with at this point, especially in video where only Sony's 4K HDR could somehow rival their video recording capabilities.
It can do 4K@60fps for an unlimited time and still with a strong EIS, that alone makes it a superior camera to any other phone of this year.
I would buy this if the starting price starts 130$ , this phone have less features than any new phone on the market
Shanti Dope, 10 Dec 2018In many ways, the iPhone strikes back by having the best stereo speaker on a smartphone today,... moreNope. iPhone speakers are not good. HTC and LG have the best sounding speakers. iPhone cameras are just good but still not good enough in low light.
As, 10 Dec 2018For same reason, why would anybody buy phone with notch?
If Apple can sell those (without fps... moreIn many ways, the iPhone strikes back by having the best stereo speaker on a smartphone today, class-leading performance (the benchmarks already prove them, no need for other discussions), one of the best (if not the best) camera today, most color accurate and visible display in direct sunlight, most advanced Facial biometric security, longest software support among all smartphones, and the most reliable at all times.
It's surely not without its flaws, but it has everything to satisfy the users that these cheap phones couldn't provide.
If this lack of fingerprint reader at least somehow means an advanced facial recognition, or the relatively low screen resolution being compensated by the eye-blinding brightness level, contrast, color accuracy, and sunlight visibility, then I would understand.
Knowing Huawei, I doubt this phone will do those things.
But the price must be right, because there's a RealMe 2 Pro and Xiaomi Mi A2 in the same $200 price category as this phone might be priced.
Just having a beer, 10 Dec 2018Enjoy... But now seriously, why would anyone buy a phone without fingerprint sensor? One of th... moreFor same reason, why would anybody buy phone with notch?
If Apple can sell those (without fps and with giant notch), i guess for 4 or 5x smaller price, this Huawei will have good sales.. On the one hand botton is biger than those in iPhones, but on the another, notch is smaller 70%..
Just having a beer, 10 Dec 2018Enjoy... But now seriously, why would anyone buy a phone without fingerprint sensor? One of th... moreI hope no phone follows iphone's ridiculous move by removing fpr..
And the depth sensor camera is useless feature... 2mp???
It will have to be very, very cheap, considering the number of other devices out there with similar or better specs, this should only cost £45 in the uk, about the same as moto C, the only reason for buying from moto or Huawei is the fact that they are known names with some kind of usable customer service system in the uk/EU, otherwise, at this kind of spec level/cost there are loads of chinese devices available..
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2018WTF is this? Enjoy... But now seriously, why would anyone buy a phone without fingerprint sensor? One of the must at a phone. It shouldn't cost much..
Hmm slightly confused in this choice of processor considering surly it would be cheaper to make using there own Kirin chipset...