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Huawei nova 10 Pro video review is now out

Huawei's latest upper-midrange smartphone, the nova 10 Pro, finally got introduced to the European market at IFA in Berlin last month, after an initial announcement back in July. The handset continues in the tradition of the nova series - offering a very pretty package with plenty of smarts on the inside too. We've already gone hands-on with it back at IFA, and our full in-depth written review is coming very soon - definitely stay tuned for that. While you wait, perhaps you'd like to get a taste of our findings, though? The most important ones, perhaps? Well then, we have just the thing for you - it's our video review! This time we're doing things a little differently, as usually our written reviews come out before the video version. You can think of this as a teaser of sorts for the written review. "


Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2022 @ 18:14:11 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei P30 review

"  What do you get when you replace the periscope camera of a Huawei P30 Pro with a conventional, shorter tele lens? The Huawei P30 non-Pro, of course. Naturally, we're oversimplifying and there are more differences beyond the most obvious 3x zoom vs. the Pro's headline 5x figure. Huawei isn't keen on going the same path Samsung took with the S10s and is doing all sorts of things to differentiate between the models - it's not just a matter of size when choosing between the P30s and that's not ideal if you ask us.  "


Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 16:26:05 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei Honor 7X review

We've come to accept Honor devices as being great value. Relying on proven technology from its parent company Huawei, the Chinese brand has been consistently focused on bringing very good specs at tempting prices. That's no easy task, yet Honor makes it seem almost effortlessly natural at this point, with devices like the Honor 7X. Huawei's current Mate lineup already offers great value in the high-end segment, with the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, as well as in the large screen mid-range, in the face of the Mate 10 Lite.  "


Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 08:31:52 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review

Ditching the line's previous formats, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro instead dons a totally new, fresh-looking design that holds its own amongst its peers. Gone is the all-metal construction of its predecessor, replaced by a now-trendy glass-meets-metal-trim design. Even though this approach has been done countless times by now, Huawei's interpretation is differentiated, mostly by the signature stripe running across the camera lenses – adding a hint of charm to an otherwise typical design.  "


Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 13:52:03 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei Honor 9 review

It's Honor's turn now - the time to wave Leica's license fees goodbye and welcome the annual Huawei P flagship on a bargain price. The Honor 9 is shinier, arguably more powerful, and above all - way more affordable. And Honor 9 is not just a P10 for the masses, it's also a OnePlus 5 killer. The bar is high, the expectations - big, and this review has just started. Huawei has never needed any of the Snapdragon chipsets for its phones to sell. Or even to achieve a flagship status. That's where HiSilicon has always helped - Huawei's subsidiary chip maker - and its latest Kirin 960 has already proved to be tough to beat. Now the Honor 9 not only borrows this chip from the P10, but also pairs it with 6 gigabytes of RAM.  "


Posted on Sunday, July 09, 2017 @ 19:42:28 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei MateBook X review

Huawei is a Chinese manufacturer best known for its selection of high-end phones such as the Huawei P10 or Mate 9, but now the company is expanding into laptops too. The MateBook X is the company's first attempt at making a laptop and it's positioned as a competitor to the Apple MacBook. It features a high-quality and slim-line design, top-of-the-range internal specs and Huawei wants this to be competition for some of the best ultrabooks on the market. As it's the company's first attempt, you may be nervous to buy a laptop from Huawei, but there are a lot of impressive features here, and there's a chance you may be buying this as your next laptop.  "


Posted on Saturday, June 10, 2017 @ 19:13:26 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei P10 Lite review

Huawei's Lites are not unlike Samsung's Minis. They have little in common with the flagship, save for the name prefix that is, and more with riding the hype bandwagon. Oh well, flagships are always expected to pull more than just their own weight. That said, the Huawei P10 Lite does travel light and we don't just mean it carries one camera less. But it sure arrives in style. The dual glass design scores some bonus points in the looks department although the Lite version didn't get to borrow the flagship's premium finish and palette. It's still a step up from the predecessor's plastic build. The P9 Lite was by no means unsightly but the P10 Lite shows just the right bit of extra class.  "


Posted on Sunday, June 04, 2017 @ 10:06:36 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei P10 camera review

The P10 is Huawei's latest high-end smartphone in a more compact form factor compared to the company's Mate 9 phablet. A 5.1" Full-HD display with very thin bezels allows for a design that easily fits into even small pockets. On the inside, top-end components, including Huawei's HiSilicon Kirin 960 octa-core chipset and 4GB of RAM, provide top-end performance. The Leica-branded camera comes with the same specification as its equivalent in the Mate 9 and combines a 12MP color sensor with a 20MP monochrome chip. Both lenses have an F2.2 aperture and the color variant also features optical image stabilization. As before, color and monochrome image information is combined for better image detail, higher dynamic range and lower noise levels. Other features include laser-assisted autofocus, a two-tone LED flash and 4K video recording. On the software side of things a new 'Leica-style' portrait mode uses 3D face detection and applies a combination of fake bokeh, adjustable illumination and 'beautification' effects to your portrait subjects. We've put the hardware and software through its paces for our full camera review. Read on on the following pages to find out how the P10 performed.  "


Posted on Monday, May 08, 2017 @ 17:02:44 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei Honor 8 Pro Review

Huawei's Mate 9 and the P10's have set the scene nicely for a variety of sequels and - doing what everybody else does - Huawei is looking to maximize the flagship impact wide across the field. It's a well-practiced routine and the Honor 8 Pro looks fit to play. It's an Honor smartphone, a sub-brand, and Huawei didn't even up the model number. A bump in both screen size and resolution, the top chipset of the house, 4K video and the latest Android did warrant the Pro moniker but it hardly tells the whole story. Yes, the sequel is very different from the original. In fact, it shares a lot more features with the P10 Plus flagship than with the preceding Honor 8.  "


Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 15:29:38 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Huawei Watch 2 Review

Smartwatches are a tough task to get right for most manufacturers. Unlike smartphones, style is just as important as functionality and with everyone having completely different preferences in that regard, every device in the smartwatch market caters to a different audience. And with smartwatches not growing as fast as many companies expected, manufacturers are racing to make that elusive device that will shape the market the same way the iPhone shaped the handset one. Is the Huawei Watch 2 that device? Definitely not, but it's still a smartwatch worth taking a look at.  "


Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2017 @ 18:00:25 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

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