xXENDER FREAKXx, 08 Jul 2017HUAWEI u suck. U suck at improving performance and camera when there is no difference with pre... moreWhat do you wanted? Isn't a good phone? Probably the Galaxy Note 8 will get the sames Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 which use the same based technology of arm processing than Kirin960, Cortex A73 and even so the Kirin 960 still is a good chipset with a good cpu and gpu.
Abhi D, 08 Jul 2017And OP5 has much superior charging and fingerprint sensor as well.OP5 doesn't have superior fingerprint scannet. It's as good as.
Was actually considering for a Huawei device under $300.
Here the P9 Plus is in a good deal, but it can't record 4K videos. Not huge deal breaker, but considering, the Zenfone 3 and the older LG G4 does for the same price.
I'm leaning for the Honor 8, but is just the same story as the P9 Plus.
Mate 9 is still quite expensive and battery doesn't seem to perform as promised by its capacity.
Now just looking away from Huawei and try a Samsung, looking forward to see if I can deal with lags, or if they even exist at all.
S7 Edge price seemed to be dropping bit by bit, and as soon as it reaches below $300 like the G5, I might get it.
Abhi D, 08 Jul 2017And OP5 has much superior charging and fingerprint sensor as well.OP has just proprietary charging tech. You need to buy extra charger from OP with DASH charge support. Honor supports QuickCharge 2 at least. So you just defending fake and greedy.
When will this be available in India having said that honor 8 pro has just been launched here, few days ago?? any idea?? or will it not like the US??
HUAWEI u suck. U suck at improving performance and camera when there is no difference with previous flagships. Only add the RAM thats all the difference. RAM only helps in RAM management and multitasking. But the performance is relatively the same so why release a new flagship with the almost the same specs as the others when u can go back to china and sell them.
While this review tries hard to make Honor 9 sound like a better deal than it is, and look OnePlus 5 inferior, it actually isn't the case.
With Honor 8 one loses out considerably in GPU, screen, battery life, audio via headphone jack, slower ram, slower internal storage, slower/no updates, old looking UI, not as good camera.
It is a clear cut fight between Superior OP5 and inferior Honor 9
AnonD-678541, 08 Jul 2017at last, we got the review on honor 9...thnx team:)And it's hardly awaiting to review ZTE Nubia Z17 to finish argues about how 1+5 overhyped. H9 is great phone for it's price.
I am still disappointed with HUAWEI even though I never used them before because I used XPERIA XZ. The same HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset is common, the camera too except they removed the Leica branding, more RAM. And they say more powerful? I see almost no different between this and the HUAWEI P10!
looks like not a worthy upgrade from Honor 8 Pro, but that's just my opinion
The only thing I love in OnePlus is Oxygen OS.
I am all about customisation while keeping the UI Stock Android.
And good to see Huawei's Honor is now known as "OnePlus Killer" lol
I just wish if Samsung or Huawei or LG could create an UI that looks like Stock Android yet gives plenty of features.
AnonD-625430, 08 Jul 2017I find on screen navigation keys to be a disappoinment which interferes with my usage. Appreci... moreIf you don't like on screen navigation, why not use the multi-function home key - tap for Back, hold for home, swipe for tasks. P10 enabled that.
The problem with all of the Chinese phone makers and Android in general is support. If you only keep your phone six months or a year, no problem. Will you get Android or security updates after a year? Most likely no. For me, that's a deal breaker. Oh look, shiny!
AnonD-625430, 08 Jul 2017I find on screen navigation keys to be a disappoinment which interferes with my usage. Appreci... moreJust how quiet is the jack output? I mean, do you have to crank up the volume to max for a reasonable sound? What exactly is the distortion, some sort of hissing?
Another reviewer managed to inadvertently crack the rear glass by, according to him, doing nothing. Does make you wonder just how delicate the handset is.
Overall I like it, having already seen it in the flesh I'm definitely considering it. However I think I will wait until some decent tough cases appear (if they do) before making a decision.