Huawei Mate 8: Faithful Giant Cell [TEST]

Review: Huawei Mate 8 impresses with its huge display. The best part about it is, however, not screen-it is the battery.

Can you not get it large enough, or can you see a scam in having a device that performs both your smartphone and tablet needs, you should take an extra look at Huaweis Mate 8.

By virtue of a huge canvas at 6 inches it is a phone that challenges the norms for how large a cell can be. This allows the on many points replace your tablet.

After two weeks of use, the experience is very positive. It is a giant telephone, Yes, but can you reconcile yourself with not always operate your smartphone with a simple hand, you will be rewarded.

Huawei Mate 8 specifications

Goal: 157.1 x 80.6 x 7.9 mm, 185 gram
Screen: 6 “Full HD display, 368, 95% PPIS NTSC colors, 1500:1 contrast
Performance: Kirin 950 octa-core (4 x 2, 3 GHz + 4×1, 8 GHz), 3 GB RAM, i5 co processor
Battery: 4,000 mAh with quick-charge and reverse charging
Camera: 16MP, f/2.0 lens with optical image stabilization, 8MP camera front
Storage: 32 GB + micro-SD
Software: Android 6.0 Marshmallow + Emotion UI
Moreover: fingerprint reader, NFC, split-screen fashion

Mate 8 is an evolution of the 2014 model Mate 7, and the family resemblance is certainly not to be mistaken.

Viewed from the front, will not notice any difference, while the back is only a few subtle design developments that marks that here is a new model.

But it as such in order that this previous model was notable for mainly to be a giant display, surrounded by a fine, narrow metal casing.

The most visible difference is now about rear view camera and finger print reader which now are round rather than be square – a subtle difference with it refines the look, so it now appears to be more stylish.