Malloy, 29 Dec 2020Check the dxl scores . They say otherwise . Infect your pixel doesn't even take second place dude there is a lot more to it than a score u know that right?
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020Yes but think of what your getting for that price compared to the competition at the same pric... moreIt's not about caring for OIS or not. Lack of OIS automatically means much inferior photo and video quality, it's simply laws of physics.
I bought and will buy only Huawei phone and laptop. The best deals for my money.
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020Does the autho realize that Huawei Mate 40 and 40 Pro do not have OIS ? These phones cannot be... moreYes but think of what your getting for that price compared to the competition at the same price
Other company's tool shortcuts that the average smartphone user would care about
Not everyone cares hugely on either ois
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2020What new hardware and features? Sony camera sensors? LG / BOE displays?
I see they have their... moreSony makes the sensors on Huawei's behalf. Huawei pays them to make custom sensors. Those sensors remain exclusive to Huawei. Hence they're Huawei's personal hardware to brag about. Same goes for the display & SoC.
Other innovations include Ultra-fast charging tech (both wired & wireless), reverse wireless charging, NM cards, advanced Face-ID tech, etc
At the end of the day, they're bringing the best tech to the reach of consumers.
Does the autho realize that Huawei Mate 40 and 40 Pro do not have OIS ? These phones cannot be taken seriously as cameraphones. I really hope they don't fool anyone into buying them. Such expensive devices without OIS is just unheard of and an insult to some unsuspecting customers.
Whackcar, 29 Dec 2020Haters can deny all they want, but Huawei flagships have consistently been brilliant over the ... morehuawei flagships always the great, i still have p9, p10 plus, p20 pro, mate 20 pro in hand that work perfectly fine..
Lack of EIS in 4k/60 and poor EIS in 4k/30 in the ultrawide lens. Weird white balance... No, it's not the best shooter imo.
...or...Honor and Huawei will do all the RnD exchange behind closed doors and blindside the US gov.....above board it all ain't gonna be...
Back when I was still using LG/Samsung/Xiaomi phones, my wife got her first Huawei. Year after year I was still tinkering to keep my stuff updated, fast and get a decent battery life. As the huawei became 1-2 years old, (2-3y since launch) it remained all of those qualities I mentioned, and without doing anything or resetting it and reinstalling it.
Huawei may seem good upon purchase but just wait until it becomes like 3-4y old. That's when it becomes apparent that they've retained a relevance similar ti a lot newer phones out there.
I'm still using my 4 year old Honor and it works great. Never ever have I had 90% original battery capacity 4y into owning a phone. Memory management that doesn't close apps left/right, and an oled screen without noticeable burn in.
Before this phone I basically couldn't stand ownership after 2y. Too slow, crap battery, broken charge port etc. Not this. Bravo!
Whackcar, 29 Dec 2020Haters can deny all they want, but Huawei flagships have consistently been brilliant over the ... moreWhat new hardware and features? Sony camera sensors? LG / BOE displays?
I see they have their own SoC.
I wouldn't be surprised to find out that Leica worked on the periscope zoom.
Where's the Hauwei fan's who were so happy that their 'flagship' phone cost less than Apple or Samsung... the price sure went up when they created flagship level devices it looks like.
Huawei make great hardware but me personally could not live without gms such as photos and YouTube.
Vegetaholic, 29 Dec 2020Funny fact is no one needs Huawei and definitely world will survive without them in insanely o... moreAnd Google and Co, Facebook etc would never spy being honest American firms,,