Anonymous, 31 Dec 2020Reverse charging was introduced by Asus in their ZenfoneMax with SD410 phoneZenfone Max introduced in 2015.
Huawei Ascend Mate 2 introduced in 2014.
Do the math.
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2020Maybe they should inscribe that on the back of the phone, because yet again. The don't ma... moreHuawei is the client, its up to them wether to put the label or not.
If we go by your logic, then every company using 3rd party hardware in one phone (not just camera sensor), have to put all the 3rd party labelling all over the back of the phone? Yikes.
Even in actual camera world like Canon, Leica, Fujifilm & bunch of others using Sony sensor. Did they put Sony branded label? No.
Shui8, 31 Dec 2020'Design' & 'Manufacture' are two different things. Huawei's flags... moreMaybe they should inscribe that on the back of the phone, because yet again. The don't make their own sensor.
You got me on the reverse charging.
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2020Denial about what, prove me wrong?
And just because Sony designed a sensor for Huawei doesn... more'Design' & 'Manufacture' are two different things. Huawei's flagship using a custom IMX sensor, exclusively only for their devices. Idea, concept, design all are done by Huawei's R&D itself (RGB+monochrome, Quad-bayer *others follow after that*, ToF *others follow after that*, RYYB) then gave it to Sony to produce it, as it has manufacturing capabilities expertized. The same goes to their lens system, (anti-distortion UWA at 14mm, liquid lens tech *next P50) then pay other 3rd party company to manufacture it. If u working on a place that got involvement between client+consultant+supplier, then u'll know what I'm talking about.
Leica heavily involved in their image processing as well, not only certified lens. And no, Samsung is not the first to introduce reverse charging, its Huawei. Recheck back your sources.
Whackcar, 31 Dec 2020You're in denial buddy, so I won't waste my time arguing with you.
Have a nice day.Denial about what, prove me wrong?
And just because Sony designed a sensor for Huawei doesn't mean it's Huawei's. Rightfully they should have the Sony name somewhere with the Leica name on that ugly camera cluster.
Just give the credit where it's due. Maybe say digital processing done by Huawei??
AnonD-973296, 30 Dec 2020well at least we have ACTUALLY good and usable softwareWe sure do.
They can keep their disposable chinese phones.
Whackcar, 29 Dec 2020Sony makes the sensors on Huawei's behalf. Huawei pays them to make custom sensors. Those... moreIf you aren't making your own hardware it's not yours. Give Sony the credit for the sensors. Same goes for the low ppi display's they use.
SoC, their baby.
I don't follow fast charging as it's not a thing that interests me as my phones last all day per my use.
Didn't Samsung introduce the reverse wireless charging and everybody made fun of them for it, now most flagships are using that tech.
Nm cards are another proprietary tactic. Same tactic used by Apple with their ridiculous charge cords.
I can't say anything about the face-id as I thought that was an Apple implementation but I could be mistaken.
And I thought the ultra fast charging was introduced by other bottom tier chinese companies and Huawei 'improved' on yet another already implemented trend.
Anonimus, 29 Dec 2020huawei flagships always the great, i still have p9, p10 plus, p20 pro, mate 20 pro in hand tha... moreThe same can be said for my Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy SII, S5, S7.
Huawei is nothing special. None of the brands anymore are special.
Sy Nikal, 29 Dec 2020...or...Honor and Huawei will do all the RnD exchange behind closed doors and blindside the US... moreIsn't that what got that Meng lady (Huawei ceo's daughter) caught in Canada.
Trading / dealing with Iran through an alias company.
Definitely would not be surprised if that's happening here.
gliturr, 30 Dec 2020Exactly, the American market has the only decently usable Samsung phones, but since Samsung ag... moreat least we get snapdragon chipsets, but who knows exynos might be actually good this year?u may never know
gliturr, 30 Dec 2020Exactly, the American market has the only decently usable Samsung phones, but since Samsung ag... moreOfficial SAMSUNG in Bulgaria :-)
AnonD-973296, 30 Dec 2020well at least we have ACTUALLY good and usable softwareExactly, the American market has the only decently usable Samsung phones, but since Samsung aggressively advertises, the rest of the world has few choices; small markets like the Bulgarian one even has fewer, mainly the Samsung with a very bad chipset.
AnonD-973296, 29 Dec 2020but what about the american market tho? no 1 wants to import their phonesF the American market. Selling garbage phones for ridiculous prices. Basically a duopoly with no competition except to see who can fool their fanbase out of more money. Disgusting practices.
Until they solve their GMS problem, I will stay away from Huawei. P40 Pro is the last phone I will buy from them. I have a problem with the FFC on P40 Pro, takes very bad videos indoors and the customer service said it's normal ... I sent them a video comparison with a Poco X3 and the X3 makes 10 times better videos with the FFC and they told me that the quality on P40 Pro on 4K is very good ... Definitely will stay away from their phones.
Huawei paid marketing article lookalike aside -- Mate 40 Pro sure is a winner, managing to sell at ridiculously expensive price without GMS and raving up comment on all about it.
CommonSense, 29 Dec 2020There is a thing that more funny than that,it is your commenteven funnier part of that is ur name, boi like i already know that