abit dissapointed that this is not a full review....
hope to compare the camera with other flagship..
Huawei to C9 Pro, 27 May 2017Just bought at RM1950Gratz' still steep when you can get s7 at a little extra
Guys pls help, I bought a C9 Pro, wanted to install knox but its refusing giving me a message that unauthorized software has been installed, pls advise what to do.
KT, 16 Mar 2017Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro - worst ever experience when it comes to its so called 16MP camera. Pics... moreyes you are totally right. The camera is real a trsash. If youre convinced by the phone and you buy it you will discover it. 1.9 aperture in the camera doesn't work at all as it is meant to work. the camera feels like a 2 mega pixel camera with aperture 2.2. Its only good when the lights are soooo good. All phones can take relatively good photos in very good lightning. But when the lights go down a little bit, just a little bit the camera becomes a mess...I don't understand how GS marena says it has good camera...
6-7 hours is not really a "really long time", it's 1/3rd of the waking day. So one needs to charge in the middle of the day if it's a particularly "heavy use" day.
I don't understand why we should accept low standards in battery life ever since removable batteries were removed from phones at large. I don't understand why this practice was/is practically defended.
Since Lithium battery technologies evolves veeery slowly, the only road towards a "day phone" (one that lasts 16 hours without charging) *is* a removable tech. Mobile chargers are too slow to charge and too impractical to carry/remember to have charged, "battery cases" make your phone too thick to be able to use.
So *really* the only way for the foreseeable future is removable tech ... the very thing OEMs removed... plunging us into the darkness of "half-day phones".
anyone knows why some sim cards are working and some sim cards are not working in this mobile..??
I would really love to try out this new phone it seems way better that the one I have. So its time I have an upgrade completed.
My Note 4 still performs well with Removable battery, IR blaster, FM radio and decent camera. I like to get a 6 inch or better screen on my next phone but most dont have removable battery.