Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016who would be risky enough to overclock a new phone and without having any warranty? get the i... moreOk, i think you misunderstand me ... personally i don't care about benchmarks or high scores i just gave "PARAG B" an advice if he wants a high benchmark scores he can overclock the device that's all, also i am not fan of iphone or samsung i like huawei devices.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016What nonsense are you talking about. The P9 has far from stellar performance and the summary ... moreEhhh...another anonymous troll.
1. I've never said it's an all rounder. I mearly stated the fact, that its hardware is good enough to have a decent device experience.
2. It doesn't fail, graphically it performs as well as other flagships in a real life experience (but we all know you're after benchmark numbers). Just okay 1080p video and no 4K? And? Their focus was on photos, not video. They've made that clear since the announcement of collaboration with Leica.
3. Yeah...unlike Snapdragon and Exynos with Adreno, that's throttling after short stress use. I'll take Kirin, thank you.
4. Performance is relative (you want peak, I want sustained). Also...worth noting, that entry price of flagships is £100+ more than what Huawei is asking for. You want *bling*, I want value for money. We both win in our own way. Just because someone has different opinion, it doesn't mean its wrong. Get that through your thick skull, boy.
AnonD-396766, 19 Apr 2016you can (overclock) a phone just search for it here is an example http://www.androidauthori... morewho would be risky enough to overclock a new phone and without having any warranty? get the iphone or samsung and be a fanboy with your fast benchmarks scores.
paulh67, 19 Apr 2016Anybody knows: does the p9 have wireless charging? Can't find it anywhere...no wireless charging on the P8 or removable battery is what i've read.
paulh67, 19 Apr 2016Anybody knows: does the p9 have wireless charging? Can't find it anywhere...No wireless charging and fast charge.
Winner or loser, 19 Apr 2016Unfortunately I haven't seen any iPhone, Samsung phones who can keep up with its first battery... moreFair enough. I guess I use my phones moderately with mostly communication apps and web browsing and maybe a hour of gaming but not every day.
Winner or loser, 19 Apr 2016Unfortunately I haven't seen any iPhone, Samsung phones who can keep up with its first battery... moreI also think phones should have replaceable batteries but thats not the direction the industry is moving
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016I pretty much stopped reading what you said "after 1 year battery doesn't hold the charge any ... moreUnfortunately I haven't seen any iPhone, Samsung phones who can keep up with its first battery during a full 2 years of warranty without any charging problems. After 1 year, almost all of them give soul and doesn't hold the charge overnight. Of course if you don't use your phone heavily, it can go on for around 2 years (even I charge once a day, 2 years of battery life is too optimistic and never seen such long life yet). But typical smartphone user who use Facebook, Twitter (who charges overnight and in the midday) kills the battery typically around 1 year. So, after 1 year, you need to send your premium phone for battery replacement (with a PREMIUM cost!).
Unrepleceable batteries are THE UGLIEST FACE OF CAPITALISM. Don't tell me about IP68 etc. stuff, it is BS.
AnonD-425519, 16 Apr 2016Great camera shots. Yay we can see the grass blades! They kept noise reduction down unlike in ... moreIf someone was photo enthusiast I think this would be the phone to have if you don't want to carry your gear with you all the time. From the description, the software give the photographer a lot of manual mode options and filters to get quite creative.
It will be interesting to see what people are able to get out of it.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2016Is it that difficult to provide the links?
Searching on Tom's Hardware for "Huawei P9" co... moreBoth sites which I have mentioned have reviews of Kirin 950
And Kirin 955 is a modified version of 950
So reviews of one would give an hint of how well other performs
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2016Good hardware, very good software but software is bad. It doesn't look like it is running Android 6.It is Marshmallow. Maybe you don't like the Huawei UI?
Anybody knows: does the p9 have wireless charging? Can't find it anywhere...
IF you're in North America it looks like you won't get the P9:
AnonD-100398, 16 Apr 2016i dont need to exaggerate that fact ! The performance is really a huge let down.Compair it wit... moreWhy is the performance a huge let down? It will be slightly better than the Mate-8 Kirin 950 chipset, and how often do you hear M8 owners complaining about lag?
Performance of this phone will be fine.
AnonD-468210, 17 Apr 2016Hey kid read properly what I have written in my comment I have tried to be unbiased as possibl... moreIs it that difficult to provide the links?
Searching on Tom's Hardware for "Huawei P9" come up with no results.
Searching on Tom's Hardware for "P9" comes up with the P9 connector for the lenovo k450 and other information equally relevant.
AnonD-488454, 17 Apr 2016Recent tests have shown the P9 to perform significantly better then the US/China version Galax... moreRecent tests? What recent tests? Is it too much to ask to provide the links to back up your story.
This phone hasn't been commercially released yet and you're talking about recent tests. Until the time that the phone is a consumer available production unit, any test results are dubious in my mind (regardless of which manufacturer).