Huawei Ascend Mate7 User Reviews
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BEST SMARTPHONE EVER HAD
ahadsarkar has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
Good phone overall,& you will love it,good speakers amazing display good battery it has everything you want from a phone ,so i would prefer this phone over an SAMSUNG or HTC.Very beautiful UI and phone design.Very light and handy compared to other phones.i had the phone over 5 months now and i still enjoy it..
Mate 7 - Looker, Classy, High End
udonyema has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
Just purchased the gold edition 3GB RAM/ 32 GB Storage version of the Mate 7. It's running Android 4.4.2. Expected a lot from the device but i've still being pretty surprised by the smooth UI, usable and intuitive functionality and classy finish. Almost want to bring it out of its case everytime. Can't bear to hide the beauty. The interface seems like Lollipop's precursor.
I also currently use a HTC OneMax, so i evidently like well designed phones. Had been waiting for a sequel to the OneMax but HTC hasn't been forthcoming. I also love screen real estate. 5.5 inches is as low as i'd go right now. I'm 6'2 and have fairly large hands. Got the Desire 816 for my wife last year and she loves it. I like it too, but glossy plastic isn't my thing. I was also one of those who initially felt the Mate 7 was a ripoff of the OneMax. But hello, it's that and more. It mixes a little bit of IOS in the UI and Fingerprint Scanner, HTC in the back and Asus in the finish. Love it. Can't stop staring at it
the best smart phone
shams has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
recommended phone for 2015 it is really do what you want and battery hold the charge for 3 days medium usage and the cover for golden phone it is good made material and The camera is a solid performer, giving amazing detail with a lot, but not seemingly enough, filters and options. One issue with the camera, though having great lowlight ability, tends to allow too much light into the exposure at times, washing out part of the picture. I've found, even when inside, the flash is best to be turned off.
best I've ever had
nimsy has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
This is by far, the best phone I've ever owned. Amazing, solid, sturdy build quality, with aesthetics to complement.
I own the 2gb/16gb model, and it's more than enough. Expandable memory up to 128gb, gives you enough memory to last indefinitely, while the 2gb of RAM mixed with the octo-core processor gives you seamless multitasking transition, with virtually nonexistent application lag. Even powering that much hardware, the battery gives you upwards of 14 hours of moderate-heavy usage with the built in battery saver turned off.
The emotion UI doesn't give you an app drawer, but more of an iOS feel. However, through the use of folders, the minimalistic design gives speedy, fluid performance, unlike most typical android skins. There is one drawback, being that smaller apps(calculator, calendar,etc.) Can't be opened in separate windows occupying the home screen. Again, the multitasking ability of this phone makes up for that.
The camera is a solid performer, giving amazing detail with a lot, but not seemingly enough, filters and options. One issue with the camera, though having great lowlight ability, tends to allow too much light into the exposure at times, washing out part of the picture. I've found, even when inside, the flash is best to be turned off. I repeat, only use the flash outside, at night. Not only will it wash out your indoor pictures, but in all honesty, it's really NOT needed.
I can also say from experience, it can, and does, outperform the note 3, g3, s5 and...
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