Anonymous, 12 Apr 2017iphone is the most overrated technological stuff ever. Just fashion, full of limitationsLimitations? Samsung still have a Nokia 222 camera..
ANON, 13 Apr 2017So every os up to this point has been named after a candy and you suppose it would now be a fr... moreiPhone being the revolution of smart phones ?
Please also explain the limitations Samsung offers that iPhone don't ?
DrearyDepp, 07 Apr 2017Now this might sound highly ungrateful and probably a bit uneducated, but I feel as if 2017's ... more The biggest improvement for me is the screen and minimal bezels. Both the LG G6 and Samsung S8 have changed how we view phones to the extent that anything that doesn't have infinity display will look like a dinasour. I'm not a fan of curved display either, but apparently the S8 survey is less drastic than the S7 Edge.
Performance wise I feel that it had reached a plateou since 3 years ago, that any Snapdragon 800 or above still can be used today, so we won't notice much improvements and if any, it is by the milliseconds. So most phone manufacturers have to improve on other areas so that customers will want to upgrade.
DM00SE, 07 Apr 2017dont buy huewei, next year when android O (orange) is out they will not update itSo every os up to this point has been named after a candy and you suppose it would now be a fruit well that answers the question of whether or not you are one
jackpmah, 12 Apr 2017Competes with a Samsung - not yet iPhoneiphone is the most overrated technological stuff ever. Just fashion, full of limitations
S3mm, 06 Apr 2017It would be interesting to see Summilux vs Carl Zeiss vs G LensYou mean
Huawei P10 Plus vs Nokia 8 vs Sony Xperia XZ Premium?
Royan, 08 Apr 2017Huawei strategy is confusing people and kill his own sales lolNot really. Because P9 series is not meant to be a "upgrade" for those using Mate 9. They both have different targeted consumers.
After being on P9 plus for a half year, i can say this about Huawei phones.
Design wise and build they are there. Although i think the button on front is a stepback on the p10 (Say NO to front panel buttons), the build is decent.
On software they have a way to go. My P9 has become very slow on the fingerprint. 1 to 2 seconds response time sometimes. Not acceptable.
DM00SE, 07 Apr 2017dont buy huewei, next year when android O (orange) is out they will not update ithaha ORANGE? don't eat a lot of orange dude
dont buy huewei, next year when android O (orange) is out they will not update it
why p10plus camera quality is so much lower than mate 9? even with f1.8 and lower iso?
DrearyDepp, 07 Apr 2017Now this might sound highly ungrateful and probably a bit uneducated, but I feel as if 2017's ... moretotally agree
by the way p10/+ camera are amazing but not enough to make me buy one. All else in the p10/+ is somewhat boring.
We must wait for Nokia 8 and Lg V30. For the first time I prefer staying with my 2016 V20 instead of buying something in the spring. I have big hopes V30 will be monster just as v20 is. Also big hopes on Nokia, I don't care they are chinese! I care only about how premium and better and in what ways better will be nokia 8 than S8, G6 and P10/+
nice phone with lots of specification
but a copy of iphone 6s plus an S8 features
All the best
Now this might sound highly ungrateful and probably a bit uneducated, but I feel as if 2017's flagships (so far) have failed to impressed. First was the failed HTC U Ultra, then the utterly boring LG G6, now this pair of P10s. Even the S8/S8+, for all their hype, are full of gimmicks and barely improve over their predecessors.
I call these flagships unimpressive because (a) The jump in performance is negligible, not hing compared to the jump between the flagships of 2015 and 2016; (b) Screen resolution and quality has basically remained the same (not a great issue actually, since current gen. screens are good enough), (c) Cameras are better, but only slightly; (d) battery life, so far, has failed to impress, (e) the ever increasing price tags, and (f), the most annoying one, this new stupid trend in curved screen corners and funny aspect ratios (looking at you, Samsung).
I think 2017's flagships so far lack innovation - there's noting new or revolutionary in them (Personal assistants don't count, there seems to be a dime a dozen these days). They just seem to be slightly improved versions of the 2016 flagships, with more than slightly improved price tags. Tbh, at this point I am only hoping that the new Nokia, HTC U, Note8, XZ premium or OnePlus 4/5 will bring something NEW to the table, something that will differentiate them from their predecessors.
Of course, all of this is simply my opinion so feel free to correct me if you want to.
While the talk time, browsing time and video playback time is legit, the endurance rating is pointless in battery tests. The S7 edge with 3600mAh is at 92h endurance rating and yet in real life it lasts like what ? A day and half at most ?
As per real time reviews, the p10 & p10 plus in general will last a day and half in moderate to high usage, with slight improvement over the p9 series. Despite that the endurace rating at 75h is far less than s7 edge reflecting the problem with this test.
As a p9 plus user, the battery life was as expected on the p10 plus. With 2k ips display they still managed to keep the battery life slightly better than its Amoled screen 1080p display p9 plus. But if you want battery king, go for Huawei's Mate 9.