With Huawei’s emphasis on luxury and exuberance through this release, one can expect to find an assortment of mind-blowing features and innovations that will truly set it apart from the rest of its contemporaries within the same price range, although there aren’t many. Below we have listed some of the pros and cons of the phone:
– The design is exceptional, top-notch in its bracket. It carries all the premium hallmarks and then some, meaning that it scores highly both in terms of aesthetic and ergonomical appeal.
– The phone’s camera, a Leica triple camera system, is probably the best one you could find amongst any smartphones out there.
– It’s lavish in terms of the features it offers overall. The 512 GB storage memory has been equipped as a first for any smartphone device. An in-screen fingerprint scanner and micro capsule cooling technology manage to lend the phone further ubiquity amongst the rest of its expensive contemporaries.
– There is no headphone jack. The phone follows the trend set by recent Apple releases by doing away with the headphone jack in a move to make users transition from handy wire-based headphones to bluetooth devices.
– The price in itself is such a sticking point for the phone. It is quite clearly a brilliant device. However, the axiomatic truth of the technological world means that it doesn’t take much time for a piece of technology to become obsolete. With that in mind, is it really worth splurging so much money on this device when it could more or less become the norm in the years to come?
– The chipset on this device is slightly dated even though for the specifications nerd, this phone has a lot of spectacular things going for it. This again points back to the fact that this is one of the most expensive smartphones in the world, so one would wonder if it’s worth the price quoted at all.