Test: Huawei P8

Huawei P8 has a lot going for itself right now, but it will be really promising if all the pieces fall into place.

Huawei is working as hard as they can to become a player to be reckoned with in Europe and Sweden. Autumn’s Mate 7 was a really nice story and although we have not seen so many of them, this is a side project called Honor an interesting thing to watch.

Huawei P8, this time without the Ascend in the name therefore, however, belong to a bit more of the traditional school. Model names in successive right rapid pace over the last three years, so it’s not the eighth edition of Huawei’s flagship, but nevertheless generation eight.
This is very much about giving an impression of luxury, craft skills and design. We assume that it is a deliberate strategy to change the perception of Asian manufacturers as a manufacturer of plastic lågbudgetlurar. This is the glass and metal throughout, and Huawei themselves can’t seem to get enough of talking about the design of the P8.

We see a lot of similarities with Kazams Tornado 348 when it comes to design, but Huawei’s handset is a millimeter thicker is it even a little bit better in the hand because there has been room to round the corners. Huawei has also ground the metal around the phone good, for we are experiencing it nothing like hal, which many other metal phones may experience. Is it a correct well done building where everything but the dreadfully ugly power button feels well thought out.It should be mentioned also that the components have been covered with a kind of enamel paint to make them spill proof. Exactly how the spill-proof, however, does not want to go into Huawei, but it’s a nice detail.

Completely thought out it will not. The version we tested is the model with space for a SIM card and memory card. It is the version of P8 which will be sold in Sweden in the first round, while the variant that supports dual SIM cards (memory card slot is standing in as a second SIM slot) until a bit later. Really sad because we in Sweden is not exactly spoiled with top of the range with dual SIM card.

Even if the phone is somewhat hair thinner than the Iphone is Huawei also very careful to point out that the camera does not protrude at the rear (a detail that is surprisingly unnerving with Apple’s latest handset).

While we’re talking camera we can conclude that it is a pretty nice acquaintance. The images are not ashamed of themselves, even if they do not come up in the same class as our test winner Galaxy S6 on the front. What are some funny is that by the so-called ‘ directorial mode can use a stack of other phones (Ios or Android) to film an event from multiple angles and then quickly cut together the whole thing on your P8. Quite simple in its function, but still fun.

Technical
When it comes to the more technical part is all about showcasing what Huawei can in different areas. Systemchippet is the company’s own Kirin 930 with eight processor cores in two sets (four slower and four more quickly). The machinery is not in any way slow and we are not really the phone itself feels slow. However, it is far from top models from other manufacturers, and performance tests showing a chip located on almost exactly the same level as one year old Snapdragon 801.
In addition, Huawei entered a lot of their knowledge from the network side. Roaming + should solve the huge luxury problem that it may take a few seconds to find the net when you landed in another country and turn on the phone (we tested, it worked, but whether we can start calling after one or two minutes abroad seems negligible).There are also a lot of techniques for better reception, combination of wifi and cellular data for better access and the like probably comes from Huawei’s mobile network division. None of this means anything revolutionary for the experience, but we cannot say that we are experiencing some problems with it all.

However, what is evident is Huawei’s own shell of Android. It’s Android 5.0 in the bottom, but without peeking among settings we had never been able to determine the hemskärmsapp Huawei themselves patched together relies basically on an appearance we recognize from the Iphone, where a special appmeny is missing and all are in different home screens. To switch to a custom hemskärmsapp yesterday, but is considerably more problematic than most other Androidlurar. Not that there is any real errors in the preinstalled, but for those who like to tinker, there will some spanner in the works. The private interface is there, however, some as at least trying to help, such as a basic antivirus protection, a right string (i.e. good) service to save battery and the like.
Just as with version with dual SIM card (and premium Edition with more memory) and its availability in Sweden have Huawei also talked about introducing a shell with Inkcase. This would then mean that the back of the phone can be made into a book readers with e-bläckskärm. In addition to that, it was mentioned at the launch, however, there is no information on when the shell can be released.

That is precisely what are the disadvantages of P8. It’s a nice phone in many ways, not the best or most thinly or smartest, or the fastest, but overall very nice. While waiting we prefer the version with support for dual SIM card than the slightly leaner version that will be released first and surely we cannot directly pay tribute to Huawei for cooperation with Inkcase before we know whether shell will be released in Sweden or even Europe.

But an awful nice phone it is.

Test chart

The camera takes care of fully approved in both daylight as a little darker environments and the optical image stabilization is doing a good job.

6.4 mm. There is no record attempt, but really thin it is.

5.0. Latest Android, but it is not on the look.

  1. 930. Huawei’s own Kirin-chip are not exactly top notch.

 

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