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Huawei P8 Review
Huawei boasts the newly announced P8 smartphone, but are the features enough to live up to the hype? Huawei P8 has been designed to be the company’s flagship, so the standards have been set quite high. According to various advertisements, you can enjoy a metal-bodied smartphone without having to break the bank for it. But we all know these days design is not a deal-breaker anymore, except for extreme cases.
Huawei P8 has quite reasonable dimensions, especially when compared with his much bigger brother, the P8 Max. The current smartphone can be easily used with a single hand, and its 5.2 inch display is just enough for these days’ needs. The 1080 x 1920 resolution that has become quite the standard is employed here, as well, providing for crisper graphics, due to the higher pixel density of the screen, which has a value of 424 ppi. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is the technology employed by Huawei to protect the IPS LCD screen of the P8.
The 5.0.2 version of Android Lollipop comes installed on the Huawei P8 smartphone, which will be smooth as silk, given the octa-core CPU of the device. The clock speeds of the Cortex-A53 processors are 2 GHz and 1.5 GHz, respectively. There isn’t a significant difference between the P8 and P8 Max. The proportions remain the same when it comes to the available RAM memory, given the fact that the smartphone comes packed with 3 GB. The internal memory of the Huawei P8 varies, according to the model you’re interested in buying; you can opt for a less expensive 16 GB version, or you can aim high and purchase a 64 GB variant. Either way, you can also use a micro SD to add more memory, up to 128 GB. The card goes into the second SIM slot.
Smartphones are popular among all sorts of users, be them enthusiasts who need all the available power their devices have to offer, or regular users who need a good screen and great cameras. Selfies are still on the rise, so Huawei P8 comes with an 8MP secondary camera that will take the best photos of you and your friends. If, on the other hand, you’d like to take a photo of an impressive landscape, you can rely on the 13 MP main camera that comes with HDR and optical image stabilization. This way, you don’t have to worry about shaky hands.
The battery of the Huawei P8 is fairly reasonable, even if it’s not the mammoth installed in the Max brother. Upon purchasing the P8 smartphone, you will enjoy a 2,680 mAh battery that should last a bit more than a day. The downside is the already classic one: the battery cannot be removed. Depending on your preferences, you can enjoy the Mystic Champagne and Titanium Grey colors for the 16 GB smartphone, whereas the 64 GB variant comes in Carbon Black and Prestige Gold finishes. This is just the last bit of the innovation brought upon by Huawei, everything being packed tightly inside the P8 flagship.