A review of the new Huawei P9 is in order, and now the review of a Huawei P10 is in place.
Both phones feature similar specs, and have similar features, but they’re not exactly the same.
The Huawei P11, which comes in a black color and a metallic finish, has a 13-inch 1080p display with a 1080p QHD+ resolution.
It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, which is a 64-bit octa-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics.
It also has a 16-megapixel camera with a 1.7MP front-facing shooter.
The P10 has a larger display, but the specs are basically the same, and it has the same processor.
It has a 3,000mAh battery and the same 16-core chip as the P11.
It does have some new features, however, like the Huawei Honor 9, which Huawei claims has a faster processor and better battery life.
There are also some differences between the P10 and P11 that I’d like to discuss.
In this review, I’ll be focusing on the P9 and P10.
The P9, which was released on March 17, has the following specs:12-inch QHD display with QHD resolution (1920×1080)Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor(4 x Cortex-A57, 1 x Cortex, 2 x Cortex A53)1.7GHz octa chip with Adrenos 330 GPU(4 GB RAM, 8 GB LPDDR4 RAM, 1 GB LPP, 128GB/256GB internal)4GB RAM16GB/32GB of on-board storage, expandable to 128GB via microSD(Up to 64GB via USB Type-C)Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, Huawei Honor app, Huawei voice assistant, Huawei fingerprint scanner, Huawei QUIET notification LED, Huawei camera app, and Huawei smartwatch app.
The specs of the P8 and P9 are the same:12″ QHD 1080p AMOLED display with HD+ resolution (18:9 aspect ratio)3.2GHz octacore Snapdragon 821 processor(1 x Cortex)1GB of RAM, up to 64 GB in microSD/USB Type-A2, up a whopping 128GB storage, up into 128GB with microSD or microUSB Type C, up onto 64GB of microSD, expandables to 64G of internal storage, Up to 64 gigabytes of internal memory, microSDHC up to 128 gigabytes, microUSB 3.0, up up to USB Type C3.0 for charging and data transfer, Huawei Assistant, Huawei Quick Charge 3.1, Huawei smartwatches, and more.
Huawei Honor app is one of the best Chinese Android apps out there, and offers a number of features that make it very useful.
It offers voice calling, as well as reading and watching movies and shows, as both Huawei phones and Huawei Honor smartphones use the Honor 9 chipset.
You can even add content from other apps and services that Huawei has on its own store.
The Huawei Honor smartphone app also has support for voice commands like “Hey, where’s the nearest subway station?” or “Hey Siri, turn on the coffee machine.”
The Honor 9 has a very good camera, with a 13MP rear camera, an 8MP front camera, and a 1/2.7-inch sensor.
It supports 1080p HD video recording, as shown in the video above.
Huawei Honor apps have support for HDR video recording.
The Honor 8 and Honor 9 are not on the Honor 10, but their cameras have the same resolution as the Huawei P8, and there’s no HDR mode.
Huisey is the company that is bringing a new smartphone, and in this review I’ll cover the P12.
This is a phone that will have a 12-inch display, 4G LTE support, and is the first Huawei phone to be sold unlocked in the US.
It comes with a Snapdragon 845 chipset, a 64bit octacademic processor with the Adreno 420 GPU, 1GB of ram, and 8GB of onboard storage.
It is powered by the same Snapdragon 817 processor as the Honor P8.
Huawei has added a new camera app called Huawei Honor, which provides a number new features like the ability to take photos and videos.
This app is the Huawei phone app.
There’s also a new Huawei Honor Voice assistant, which offers voice commands and offers more options than the Honor 8.
Huawei says that the Huawei Voice assistant has improved to provide a more natural and conversational experience.
It can also do basic gesture recognition and gesture typing, and has a handy “FaceTime” video chat feature that lets you make and receive phone calls and text messages.
The Honor P12 is a little