Of all the flagships we've seen this year at Mobile World Congress, it's HUAWEI's pair of the HUAWEI P10 and HUAWEI P10 Plus that arguably best fit that bill. both [P10 & P10 Plus] giving us a nice, thin 7mm-thick metal body, smooth, pleasing-to-hold curves, and a variety of color options and finishes to choose from.
Here, the HUAWEI P10 really started to shine. The lighting was better and that resulted in stronger photos, with improved contrast and color. I could have stayed there for hours, happily snapping the people who were wandering through and picking up groceries. That's the biggest praise I can give this camera: Eventually, the hardware melted away and I had fun just taking photos.
I was impressed by the ease of use and accessibility of these apps through the watch’s interface. Even if it’s your first time owning an Android Wear watch, you'll find its menus intuitive and easy to understand. Fitness is always important for smartwatch owners, and I’m glad to see HUAWEI addressing this by including built-in GPS, dedicated HUAWEI fitness apps and a heart-rate monitor. I found the heart rate to be accurate.” “My first impressions are positive.
With its excellent performance, HUAWEI MateBook was honored the Best Mobile Product Award at 2016 Mobile Excellent Awards (MEAs), the most influential awards event in mobile field.
HUAWEI Mate 9 received five stars—the highest possible rating from LES NUMERIQUES.
In Best of Android, we take the most important smartphones of the year and compare them side-by-side and in-depth. This year, with so many good phones available, we’ve stepped things up a notch and brought the 10 biggest Android phones of the year to the competition,HUAWEI Mate 9 get 8.6 points (out of 10 points) more than the other competing mobile phones, become 2016 best Android smart phone battery.
Huawei is not a name that naturally rolls off the tongue when talking about smartphones. Names that do often end up being “Apple”, “Samsung”, “HTC”, “LG” or even “Sony”. This is probably because Huawei does a lot of their business in their home of China, but they’ve been moving into Europe and want to make waves in North America, soon as well. The Huawei P9 is the latest in a long line of flagship devices that the company sells across Europe, and this time around they’ve partnered with the fabled Leica camera brand. The P9 follows in the footsteps of last year’s P8, and keeps the same lower price while still offering some of the best specs available. With an intriguing dual camera setup that’s either “co-engineered” or “certified” by Leica (depending on who you ask and who you believe) can the P9 put Huawei on the map, or is it just another great phone at a great price that doesn’t quite have “it”?
Huawei's latest top-of-the-range handset, the 5.2-inch P9, certainly looks like a premium smartphone should -- all aluminium, glass and soft curves. But it's also a little safe, lacking the futurist stylings of Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge, for example.