Le téléphone avec un périscope : Huawei P30 Pro Hands-on

Le téléphone avec un périscope : Huawei P30 Pro Hands-on

The Phone With A Periscope: Huawei P30 Pro Hands-On

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le téléphone avec un périscope : Huawei P30 Pro Hands-on

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  1. My biggest issue with EMUI is notifications seemingly are throttled to death in the name of battery life. My personal test pool is a Mate 20x…and boy my experience with it software wise is terrible. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to get notifications to come through properly. Im going back to a note 9, I’m going to miss the massive screen, huge battery and the ultrawide.

    Here’s to hoping the note 10 can hold it’s own against the size of the 20x.

    Edit: I went into the purchase knowing people have similar issues, it just blows my mind why it takes all this effort to just get notifications to work properly.

  2. i don’t follow phones enough to know that this was never going to make it to the states, so i was mega bummed to hear that near the end of the review.

  3. Though the 5x zoom isn’t very useful, you gotta give them major props for actually innovating and trying new things, and not just releasing the same thing as last year. Good on you Huawei.

  4. Still very unsure of the practical use of such a high zoom level. Like 1x to 5x will be digital zoom which are the zoom amounts I actually like to use, so that’s not very useful. And I can’t imagine using 5x+ very often.

  5. Did they fix the issue with displays having more burn in than a windows 95 CRT PC?

    E: /r/android has so many shills ready to defend the poor multi nationals mega corps

  6. I wanted to want this thing, but Huawei both made it seem exciting and uninteresting for me. There a re a few big reasons I’m ultimately passing on the P30 line:

    Firstly, I’m in the U.S. When the government outright bans a product family for supposed national security reasons, buying from that brand is a little harder to jump on. The availability is tough as it is because of the ban, but given how embedded these devices are in our lives, the worries of foreign activity concern me a bit.

    Really, I could get over that, but it’s not the end. The price is VERY steep. Where Chinese OEMs have done a great job at producing quality at lower cost, giving us much better value from our devices, Huawei has avoided that with their flagships. $1,000+ to import the thing is tough to swallow.

    Even that, I could maybe overlook. If the quality is there, I can accept the cost, given I keep my phones longer than most. However, the feature compromises end up doing it in for me. For starters, there’s the nano storage cards. A somewhat proprietary storage medium? No, thanks. No headphone jack? I use an Aux cable in my car and wired headphones, so that would be another meaningful negative. As someone who lives heavily off my 3.5mm jack and microSD storage, these are pretty big drawbacks for me, personally.

    I do hope Huawei gets into the U.S. market again in the future, as they have some very compelling devices. The aesthetics are cool, and the hardware internals are impressive. Maybe the phone after my next one can be a Huawei, but I’m nit quite ready to give up wired audio and microSD, especially at this price tag.

  7. Unpopular opinion, but I will never consider anything from Huawei, it’s a China Phone that you cannot convince me that will do something shady. Maybe I’m mistaken, but why go with this when you’ve got more stable makers.

  8. Huawei is pushed so hard lately. Really, congrats for the camera tech Huawei, but this feels like cryptocurrency shilling in 2017. Also aggressive app killing without possibility to flash a different rom.

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