Huawei P9 Review: An Incredible Phone with Leica Camera
2016 has been an incredible year for Android fans, and seen the arrival of a portion of the prettiest cell phones ever. Highlights have incorporated the super-wash Samsung Galaxy S7, the amazingly metal HTC 10 and the particular LG G5. The Chinese Company Huawei likewise stacked its new flagship devices — the P9 series smartphones (include Huawei P9, P9 Lite and P9 Plus), which feature a dual-lens Leica 12MP Summarit H 1:2.2/27 ASPH sensor array. It has taken the design of the P8 and refined it into a much better-looking device that feels comfortable to hold. At its base you’ll discover a USB Type-C port, a fingerprint identification on the back and along its long right-hand side you’ll discover a Nano SIM and microSD card space.
Huawei P9 Review:
The P9 is Huawei’s cut at the title and sees the firm collaborate with photography legend Leica to make what it’s calling “a definitive camera-telephone”.
It includes a clever double lens back camera setup like the one Apple’s reputed to take a shot at for its famous iPhone 7, and there’s very some truth to Huawei’s case. In any case, be cautioned, its custom imaging programming offers some of legitimate Leica cameras’ “whimsies”. This, joined with continuous issues with Huawei’s EMUI Android skin, make the P9 a decent, however not incredible, cell phone.
Adoptable Storage gives you a chance to educate your telephone to treat SD card stockpiling like local stockpiling – meaning you can do things like introduce applications straightforwardly to the SD card. On past handsets, for example, the HTC One A9, I’ve found the element enormously accommodating, as it let me stroll around with my whole music and recreations library downloaded with space to save. Be that as it may, be cautioned, in case you’re anticipating exploiting the microSD, the P9 doesn’t bolster Android Marshmallow’s Adoptable Storage highlight.
Important Features of Huawei P9:
- Double lens camera setup
- Kirin CPU
- 3GB RAM
- 2-inch FHD show
- 3000mAh battery
- Android Marshmallow with EMUI
- The microSD will give you a chance to include a further 128GB of space to the telephone’s inbuilt 32GB/64GB.
- Awesome Double lens tech
- Good Performance
- Longer battery life
- Super quick scanner of fingerprints.
- Heavy EMUI skin
- Camera programming can be fidlly
Huawei P9 Lite 16GB Price: $349.99 (£265.00)
Huawei P9 32GB Price: $530 (£400.00)
Huawei P9 Plus 64GB price: $699.00 (£530.00)
Outside of this current, Huawei’s stacked the P9 with a Level 4 unique finger impression scanner on its back. Huawei claims the scanner is a checked stride up from the Level 3 scanners seen on contending telephones and will be perceptibly speedier and more precise than contenders.
I didn’t see quite a bit of a contrast amongst it and contending unique mark scanners like the ones seen on the Galaxy S7 or Nexus 5X. Be that as it may, this isn’t an issue and the scanner is still more than sufficient. It’s super-quick and the main times it neglected to perceive my unique finger impression was the point at which I was utilizing the telephone as a part of downpour, or had messy hands.
Construct quality is strong. Drop testing it on my wooden kitchen floor, the Huawei P9 survived break and without chip. In spite of the fact that the body’s metal feels marginally wobblier than the combination utilized on the HTC 10, and can be inclined to grabbing earth marks.
The telephone’s likewise not as agreeable to hold as the Galaxy S7 or HTC 10. Its miniscule 7mm thickness, joined with its level sides, can make it feel somewhat dangerous – which will be an issue for cumbersome clients who frequently drop their telephones.