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You be adding the asus zenfone 5z to that list very soon comes with the snapdragon 845 chipset dual stereo speakers headphone jack fm radio great camera 5.0 Bluetooth fingerprint sensor and so on for about 500 bucks
Nokia 100 which my grandmother use is the best no other phones will ever win the drop and throw test also the century last time of phone with days of lasting 🔋 legend phones using it fingers will gain muscles 😂 which is why my grandmother is still alive and strong
It'll be a while before I trust a Huawei purchase again. My last Huawei purchase was the P10+, and I had a pretty bad experience with it. First of all, the finger print reader on the front wasn't sensitive enough to read my finger, 9 out of 10 times. This led me to bring it back to an official Huawei store (I live in China) and ask for an exchange. They said I couldn't exchange it, as I'd bought it in another store, but that I could send it in for repair. This was on the second day of owning it, and personally, I don't want to settle for a "fixed" phone, starting day two.
This eventually led to my frustration, so I wanted to sell it, which is where I found out the second issue with the phone. I had gotten extremely unlucky with it, as it was one of the units that had 10 year old memory in it. Basically, Huawei ran out of memory, while making the phone, and had to supplement production with memory from three generations ago. I found this out because the person who was interested in buying it had done some research, found out about this, and asked me to run some memory tests.
Eventually, he didn't want the phone, and I ended up selling it on day 3, for a little less than 40% of what I paid for it, only three days prior.
I bought a Samsung Galaxy Note 8+, after that, and never looked back.
Huawei makes some REALLY nice phones, and maybe their customer service is better in North America or Europe, but in China, it was enough of a frustrating experience for me to blacklist them from my own consideration.
I do really hate the feeling when i decided the one should i buy then i am watching this kind of videos and it leads to me to change my mind shit i cannot help it.
I want xiaomi note 4x or the mi mix and i want too the 1plus 5 srsly maybe i bought them 😊 so it goes nothing
Jam Bread Every phone is made in China. They probably know more ways of inserting backdoors to existing non-Chinese brands that are sourcing labor in China, like Samsung / Apple. So, if you worry about that, build your own phone since almost everything is made in China or sourced with chips and integral Chinese parts. Lol.
xiaomi made a worst mistake by making Mi6 a none stereo jack phone. There were alot of complaints and truth is, base on the price its not actually a flag ship killer. Sure if u compare to upcoming Iphone X or a Game's spec high performance laptop!
I have a Huawei now and will NEVER PURCHASE another product from them. They do not replace phones they fix them. My Nexus 6p was gone for 103 days with not replacement. Look them up on Twitter there's hundreds of people begging for their phones back