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VR-Zone

A consumer-centric device

Huawei Mate 9

from VR-Zone
The Mate 9 is an all-purpose phablet that does Huawei proud. At a retail price of S$898, the Mate 9 is not an expensive flagship. Its strong battery life, powerful rear cameras, and incredible graphics performance and speed is what makes it shine amongst the sea of smartphones in the market. The user-friendly EmotionUI further adds value to the Mate 9 and Huawei’s new line of devices. The only room beef we have with the Mate 9 is a slightly dull design and a heavier than average weight on the device... Full review
Recombu

A seriously strong rival to similar budget blowers

Huawei P8 Lite (2017)

from Recombu
The Huawei P8 Lite 2017 is a great affordable smartphone that’ll suit even quite demanding users on a tight budget. For £185 you get a decent media machine, a dependable portable camera, smooth everyday performance and very respectable battery life. Huawei’s crafted a solid user experience in almost every area, wrapped in some slick hardware. For this price, what more could you ask for?.. Full review
IT Pro

A dual-camera Moto G4 Plus adversary

Huawei Honor 6X

from IT Pro
This price bracket is chock full of budget smartphones well worth considering, but the Honor 6X stands above most of them. Its design, camera quality and performance are great for the money, and battery life isn't bad either... Full review
Brighthand

Dual Cameras in a Solid Smartphone

Huawei Mate 9

from Brighthand
The common knock on Huawei smartphones: great hardware, poor software. Huawei took big steps to correcting that with the Huawei Mate 9. It’s EMUI is still heavy enough to retain distinction from stock Android, though much closer to the real thing than previous versions. Those familiar with Android will get used to it quickly. On top of that, Huawei checks all the right marks. The Mate 9 is well-built and designed, features excellent display and speakers, and performs extremely well. The camera is also worthy of the current crop of flagships. It’s one of the best... Full review
GreenBot

A $250 phone that feels like a million bucks

Huawei Honor 6X

from GreenBot
Buying a smartphone isn't all about specs. It's about how the phone looks, the quality of its construction, the quality of the photos it takes, and how it feels when you use it. In all of these criteria, the Honor 6X seems like a phone that costs a lot more than it does... Full review
Talk Android

Huawei’s best phone yet Review title

Huawei Mate 9

from Talk Android
With its premium build, gorgeous display, the powerful Kirin 960 processor driving performance, a lighter EMUI skin, and outstanding 2-day battery life, the Mate 9 is easily the best the phone Huawei has ever produced and the best big-screened smartphone you can buy in this post-Galaxy Note 7 world... Full review
Talk Android

Offers relatively high-end performance in a well-designed form factor

Huawei MediaPad M3 8.4

from Talk Android
If you want a small, sleek tablet with top-notch performance and battery life that’s not an iPad Mini, the MediaPad M3 is your tablet. It’s every bit as attractive, can go toe-to-toe with the Mini in gaming and everyday performance, and gives you access to all of your content through Google Play. Google’s hands-off approach to Android tablet software is the only potential drawback, but we can’t fault Huawei for that... Full review
Android Guys

The phablet standard

Huawei Mate 9

from Android Guys
I absolutely love this phone. My only drawback to using it is, as you may be able to tell in some of the pictures, I have smaller than average hands which makes it difficult to use such a large device. If this phone was maybe a 5.7″ screen, I would run out and buy one right now... Full review
SlashGear

Impressive responsiveness, processor performs very well

Huawei Mate 9

from SlashGear
The Huawei Mate 9 is an interesting combination of elements, one that sees the company move from strong branding to entirely solid smartphones in the international market. We’re still waiting for Huawei to enter the United States in full force – that is with a phone sold with at least one major mobile carrier. While we wait, Huawei’s already proven themselves as a sleeping giant, just waiting for that opportunity to grab hold of the USA’s smartphone-loving public... Full review
Good Gear Guide

One of the most innovative and fastest flagship phones on the market

Huawei Mate 9

from Good Gear Guide
It succeeds in the three key areas required of smart phones: battery, performance and camera. As such it's great value at $999. However, the camera can struggle in basic low-light conditions. We hope this will get fixed down the line... Full review
Mike

This phone is not very good no MMS and text arrive and are sent late.

Huawei H110C

If all you need is basic text and calls go for it. Otherwise spend a bit more and get something better that you can at least receive a text with a photo if you need to

If all you need is basic text and calls go for it. Otherwise spend a bit more and get something better that you can at least receive a text with a photo if you need to

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jasdeep

jasdeep likes it

Huawei Y6

Jasdeep really liked it he said this too much very good phone

Jasdeep really liked it he said this too much very good phone

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Michele ross

hate this..

Huawei Honor 7

Still cant answer a call! Told them wot I needed.. basic.. but receiving calls.. move icon.. miss call.. any point in going to shop... no..

Still cant answer a call! Told them wot I needed.. basic.. but receiving calls.. move icon.. miss call.. any point in going to shop... no..

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Good, solid phone!

Huawei Ascend Y330

Huawei Y330 is a very good, solid basic phone, especially for it's price. Pros: -Very well made, good quality materials (unlike some other phones in that price segment), likely to be reliable. -Relatively compact in size (especially compared to many other today's devices, that can't fit even large... More

Huawei Y330 is a very good, solid basic phone, especially for it's price. Pros: -Very well made, good quality materials (unlike some other phones in that price segment), likely to be reliable. -Relatively compact in size (especially compared to many other today's devices, that can't fit even large pockets and can only be carried in a separate bag). -Good antenna, no problems with the cellular signal and other wireless connectivity almost anywhere I go with it. -Relatively good battery life (lasts for up to three days on one full charge in an economy mode, with 3G, WiFi, and Bluetooth off, and when used for calls, SMS, music, and some occasional Internet browsing). -Fast performance for most basic tasks, when not used heavily. -Very affordable price. Only $80 for a brand new phone in Best Buy Mobile. Good luck finding anything cheaper :) Cons: -The main one, in my opinion, is the LACK OF PROXIMITY SENSOR, a feature that is standard even on cheapest touch-screen phones of most other manufacturers (it only costs the manufacturer 1-2 pennies to add it to the device features, but Huawei decided to save money). When you talk on the phone, and take it away from your ear, the screen doesn't turn back on automatically, like it does on most other phones. To turn it on, you have to manually press the Power button every time, which can be very annoying. -No back light for 3 sensor keys under the touch screen. The manufacturer decided to save a couple of cents on LEDs as well. -A couple of minor glitches in the software (e.g., WiFi turns on by itself some time after the device is powered on or rebooted). Overall, with the exception of a few minor drawbacks, Huawei Y330 is a good, well-made, and reliable device, and if you don't find a modest performance and lack of proximity sensor too much of an issue, I definitely recommend getting this device, since the price of $80 is more than adequate for the smartphone of this type.

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dogpatch45

Great Phone!!

Huawei Y6

It does all I was hoping for. I had an HTC that was crap compared to this phone. The use of operatoion is very easy, the sensitivity was superior, the cameras are great. lots of storage, it rings loud enough, and I have had no crashes whatsoever. Great phone!!

It does all I was hoping for. I had an HTC that was crap compared to this phone. The use of operatoion is very easy, the sensitivity was superior, the cameras are great. lots of storage, it rings loud enough, and I have had no crashes whatsoever. Great phone!!

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CaptainK

I love this phone so much because....

Huawei Y536

it costs $39 and does everything I need. .... so I bought 3 of these. I am happy with this throw away phone working on the ATT towers.

it costs $39 and does everything I need. .... so I bought 3 of these. I am happy with this throw away phone working on the ATT towers.

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Jessica

Great phone, not enough storage

Huawei Y6

I would like some apps unfortunately with the preinstalled phone apps from the manufacturer there's barely any storage left. If you want this phone buy an SD card with it. Other than that I love the phone.

I would like some apps unfortunately with the preinstalled phone apps from the manufacturer there's barely any storage left. If you want this phone buy an SD card with it. Other than that I love the phone.

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Magdy

can i transfere downloaded apps to SD

Gregg

It's as good as all the glowing reviews led me to believe.

Google Nexus 6P

Definitely don't have a problem with size.

Definitely don't have a problem with size.

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Glitches every few day don't buy this phone

Glitches every few day don't buy this phone

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Do no buy this piece of garbage.

Huawei Ascend Y

You can not see anything in the screen specially in the car. Also mine has a hidden sim card so I can not change phones. I bought it from page Plus cellular.

You can not see anything in the screen specially in the car. Also mine has a hidden sim card so I can not change phones. I bought it from page Plus cellular.

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