Best Huawei phones 2017: From budget mobiles like the Honor 8 and Huawei P8 Lite 2017 to the greatest premium flagship phones like the P10, packing best-in-class cameras and impressive specs, these are the best Huawei and Honor smartphones right now.
Chinese heavyweight Huawei is a serious challenger to Samsung and Apple when it comes to mobile tech, producing some truly excellent smartphones. Huawei's partnership with camera expert Leica means you can expect some brilliant mobile optics on its high-end phones, including dual-lens cameras that are packed with brilliant features and capture incredible detail. Meanwhile Huawei's 'Honor' branded devices offer up great specs and features at a pleasingly affordable price point.
Here's our pick of the very best Huawei and Honor smartphones you can buy in 2017 - so far.
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I have a P9 and can honestly say it's the best phone I have ever owned. Design is superb and it never slows down, not sure if I will ever get rid of it when my contract runs out. Camera is the best too.
I definitely am going with the Honor 6X this time simply because of the value you're getting for 250 bucks. I tried it out at Best Buy and oh man those dual cameras are to die for they look so nice (my insta game is gonna get so juicy) and it was basically the same as the Samsung S7 I compared it to, which is saying something. Also that screen is gorgeous, very vivid and just feels very premium u know? It just feels different than other cheap screens it feels luxurious. The phone was also a TON lighter and thinner than I thought it would be which is a plus. Speaker gets pretty loud nothing to complain about, and also one thing that surprised me was the EMUI software. Yes it's more IOS like but I actually liked it, it was really intuitive and pleasant to use, which is one thing IOS sorta has over Android