Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)


The Guardian

A good but not groundbreaking phone

Huawei P10

from The Guardian
The Huawei P10 is the Chinese firm’s best phone to date. It’s well made, feels good, performs very well, has an excellent camera on the back and a good fingerprint sensor on the front... Full review
TechRadar

Big and powerful but not quite perfect

Huawei Honor 8 Pro

from TechRadar
The Honor 8 Pro is an accomplished, well-rounded phone, but one that's just lacking that killer feature to take it from good into the realms of greatness. It’s easy on the eye, offers plenty of power and has a sizeable battery, but there’s nothing to get truly excited by... Full review
Notebookcheck

Offers the most affordable entry into the P10 product series

Huawei P10 Lite

from Notebookcheck
Huawei did not promise too much: The P10 Lite is a real alternative to the expensive, almost 600-Euro (~$636), P10. As with its high-end relative, the mid-range convinces with an excellent build, which makes it look significantly more expensive than one would imagine considering its current street price of around 350 Euros (~$371) at the time of testing. Though the P10 Lite does not have the Leica camera of the Huawei P10, a 12-Megapixel camera that scores with a surprisingly high image quality proves to be a worthy alternative... Full review
Alphr

A big, beautiful phone with a steep price tag

Huawei P10 Plus

from Alphr
The Huawei P10 Plus is a solid phone, with a big screen, strong performance and a great camera. It’s expensive, though. For the £680 asking price, you could get an LG G6 or a Samsung Galaxy S8. Shutterbugs should alternatively consider the Google Pixel or Pixel XL, which offer even better image quality... Full review
New Atlas

Huawei struggles to break away from the also-rans

Huawei P10

from New Atlas
Having loved the P9 I was excited to see what the P10 had to offer, but Huawei remains in the chasing pack. The P10 has enough good points to suggest the Chinese company can still go toe-to-toe with Apple, Samsung and Google, particularly with its camera technology, but it's not quite there yet... Full review
What Mobile

A true flagship contender

Huawei Honor 8 Pro

from What Mobile
Honor is typically a company you’d associate with value focused handsets that sit firmly in the mid-range The Honor 8 was a major success, sporting sleek styling, good pricing and plenty of features. The company has now decided to release a ‘Pro’ version of that very device, which has it’s self set on being a flagship killer. Boasting top-tier specs and an attractive price-tag, can it tempt you to part with the Samsungs and Apples of the world?.. Full review
PhoneArena

A very compelling offer in the high-end

Huawei Honor 8 Pro

from PhoneArena
The Honor 8 Pro takes off where the Honor 8 left, adding a larger display, a faster chipset, more memory, and a bigger battery, all in a very slim and elegant metal body. That being said, it doesn't differ all that much as a concept – it still offers a dual camera with depth of field tricks, very good battery life, and the same pretty, functional interface, all at a price that undercuts the direct competitors just enough for potential users to pay attention... Full review
Android Police

Alexa is a flop, but it's still a great phone

Huawei Mate 9

from Android Police

The Mate 9 is still officially selling for $600, but you can get it a little cheaper if you look around. I'm not going to tell you this is the best phone on the planet, but it's a very good one. I like to gauge a phone's staying power by how often I use it after the initial review is done. A phone that I never voluntarily put in my pocket is not something I would tell people to buy. The Mate 9 is still something I drop my SIM card in on a regular basis for no other reason than I like it. The build quality is great, and I love the giant screen. It's about the same size as the Pixel XL, but w... Full review

Absolute Geeks

A beautiful solid smartphone

Huawei P10 Plus

from Absolute Geeks
The P10 Plus is solid smartphone from Huawei bringing in a great design, high-end hardware and refined software experience. It’s missing important features compared to other rival Android devices like waterproofing and wireless charging, but it’s still one of the best smartphones available in the market to date... Full review
Expert Reviews

A gorgeous phone despite the hefty price tag

Huawei P10 Plus

from Expert Reviews
The P10 Plus isn’t a bad phone. Like the regular Huawei P10, it’s a great piece of hardware that’s simply overpriced. As and when the P10 Plus drops in price, I can certainly see myself recommending it. Until then, it’s a phone to admire from afar... Full review
Mike

This phone is not very good no MMS and text arrive and are sent late.

Huawei H110C

If all you need is basic text and calls go for it. Otherwise spend a bit more and get something better that you can at least receive a text with a photo if you need to

If all you need is basic text and calls go for it. Otherwise spend a bit more and get something better that you can at least receive a text with a photo if you need to

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jasdeep

jasdeep likes it

Huawei Y6

Jasdeep really liked it he said this too much very good phone

Jasdeep really liked it he said this too much very good phone

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Michele ross

hate this..

Huawei Honor 7

Still cant answer a call! Told them wot I needed.. basic.. but receiving calls.. move icon.. miss call.. any point in going to shop... no..

Still cant answer a call! Told them wot I needed.. basic.. but receiving calls.. move icon.. miss call.. any point in going to shop... no..

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Good, solid phone!

Huawei Ascend Y330

Huawei Y330 is a very good, solid basic phone, especially for it's price. Pros: -Very well made, good quality materials (unlike some other phones in that price segment), likely to be reliable. -Relatively compact in size (especially compared to many other today's devices, that can't fit even large... More

Huawei Y330 is a very good, solid basic phone, especially for it's price. Pros: -Very well made, good quality materials (unlike some other phones in that price segment), likely to be reliable. -Relatively compact in size (especially compared to many other today's devices, that can't fit even large pockets and can only be carried in a separate bag). -Good antenna, no problems with the cellular signal and other wireless connectivity almost anywhere I go with it. -Relatively good battery life (lasts for up to three days on one full charge in an economy mode, with 3G, WiFi, and Bluetooth off, and when used for calls, SMS, music, and some occasional Internet browsing). -Fast performance for most basic tasks, when not used heavily. -Very affordable price. Only $80 for a brand new phone in Best Buy Mobile. Good luck finding anything cheaper :) Cons: -The main one, in my opinion, is the LACK OF PROXIMITY SENSOR, a feature that is standard even on cheapest touch-screen phones of most other manufacturers (it only costs the manufacturer 1-2 pennies to add it to the device features, but Huawei decided to save money). When you talk on the phone, and take it away from your ear, the screen doesn't turn back on automatically, like it does on most other phones. To turn it on, you have to manually press the Power button every time, which can be very annoying. -No back light for 3 sensor keys under the touch screen. The manufacturer decided to save a couple of cents on LEDs as well. -A couple of minor glitches in the software (e.g., WiFi turns on by itself some time after the device is powered on or rebooted). Overall, with the exception of a few minor drawbacks, Huawei Y330 is a good, well-made, and reliable device, and if you don't find a modest performance and lack of proximity sensor too much of an issue, I definitely recommend getting this device, since the price of $80 is more than adequate for the smartphone of this type.

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dogpatch45

Great Phone!!

Huawei Y6

It does all I was hoping for. I had an HTC that was crap compared to this phone. The use of operatoion is very easy, the sensitivity was superior, the cameras are great. lots of storage, it rings loud enough, and I have had no crashes whatsoever. Great phone!!

It does all I was hoping for. I had an HTC that was crap compared to this phone. The use of operatoion is very easy, the sensitivity was superior, the cameras are great. lots of storage, it rings loud enough, and I have had no crashes whatsoever. Great phone!!

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CaptainK

I love this phone so much because....

Huawei Y536

it costs $39 and does everything I need. .... so I bought 3 of these. I am happy with this throw away phone working on the ATT towers.

it costs $39 and does everything I need. .... so I bought 3 of these. I am happy with this throw away phone working on the ATT towers.

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Jessica

Great phone, not enough storage

Huawei Y6

I would like some apps unfortunately with the preinstalled phone apps from the manufacturer there's barely any storage left. If you want this phone buy an SD card with it. Other than that I love the phone.

I would like some apps unfortunately with the preinstalled phone apps from the manufacturer there's barely any storage left. If you want this phone buy an SD card with it. Other than that I love the phone.

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Magdy

can i transfere downloaded apps to SD

Gregg

It's as good as all the glowing reviews led me to believe.

Google Nexus 6P

Definitely don't have a problem with size.

Definitely don't have a problem with size.

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Glitches every few day don't buy this phone

Glitches every few day don't buy this phone

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Do no buy this piece of garbage.

Huawei Ascend Y

You can not see anything in the screen specially in the car. Also mine has a hidden sim card so I can not change phones. I bought it from page Plus cellular.

You can not see anything in the screen specially in the car. Also mine has a hidden sim card so I can not change phones. I bought it from page Plus cellular.

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