(Posts: 1048; Member since: 06 Jul 2014)
I'm very welcome everyone to combat XiaoMi as long as it's a value buy
(Posts: 279; Member since: 26 Jan 2014)
I wonder why huawei don't just wait and install Android Lollipop,to take advantage of the 64-bit chip?
(Posts: 30; Member since: 20 Oct 2014)
Lol, huawei is far behind in software to MIUI
(Posts: 418; Member since: 04 Jun 2014)
have you ever heard of Emui 3.0 ? look it up.
(Posts: 530; Member since: 10 Sep 2014)
They should sell this to the rest of the world also.
(Posts: 489; Member since: 17 Feb 2013)
$130 phone means jack sh*t to me if it's gonna come w/ 8GB internal storage with a micro SD slot regardless let me explain why. 16GB should be the minimum because for just about 50 dollars more at markets outside of China that's how much for a new Moto G 16GB that's already Lollipop guaranteed by Moto. And let's face it between this 3; Huawei, Xiaomi and Moto which co. would you trust on timelier fw/sw upds?
Huawei and Xiaomi's AOSP/GPL compliance currently are at the same near useless level with probably just a bit brownie points to Xiaomi for having a few devs over in their forums bringing unofficial AOSP based custom ROMs but that's about it.
(Posts: 456; Member since: 15 Jul 2013)
have experienced using Lenovo, Huawei and Xiaomi, and sad to say, Huawei is the worst in terms of UI and hardware (especially those with Huawei's in-house processor).
(Posts: 42; Member since: 04 Jun 2014)
to buy phones directly from the manafacturer is the way to go - $130 for what sounds to be pretty good specs - thats called great value - EmotionUI is actually a nice compliment to Android - Huawei's attenna LTE has greatly improved and is now compatible with most North American providers - sorry, theres nothing to hate here
Huawei's 64-bit Honor 4X passes through Chinese telecoms, priced agressively to combat Xiaomi