I am still in the Netherlands, spending time with family here. One of my heroes is my brother Jeffrey. We started talking about his phone…
My brother Jeffrey has the Huawei P8. Huawei is a Chinese brand that is getting huge on the phone market. In the Netherlands, it’s number three on the market. Did you know that 1/3rd of the world population has a Huawei phone? What? How did I miss this brand? I am always focused on the Apple iPhone’s but today I wanted to check out why Jeffrey bought this phone and if that could be a phone I’d would be able to use.
“What? How did I miss the brand Huawei?”
I had to check out the features of this phone and started with the way it looks. The phone has an easy design: beautiful and minimalistic. The metal looks a bit futuristic in my opinion. I like the way it looks, still I prefer the design of my iPhone. However I think it looks great for men and even good for business (both men and women). Jeffrey has the black version, however I like a white phone.
- Android 5.0 Lollipop and newest version of Huawei’s EmotionUI
- Great photo’s and a lot of extra functions for photo’s
- 5,2 inch IPS LCD-screen with Full HD-resolution of 1080×1920 pixels
- Powerful octa-core processor, 3 GB memory
- 13-megapixel camera in the back
- 8-megapixel camera in the front (selfies)
- 16 GB storage, place for an extra microSD-memory card
- The phone is 6,4 millimeter thick
“One third of the world population has a Huawei”
The best part of these phones is, that you get a lot of good features for a real good price. The phone is more affordable than other phones, like the iPhone. A great phone for a medium budget let’s say. The specific phone that my brother has, is no longer on the market but the newest version is the Huawei P8 lite 2017. So if this article gets you interested in this brand, you could check out their latest Huawei phones.
Conclusion: I think that Huawei makes good (medium) budget phones, but with the features of an expensive smartphone. The camera is pretty good (even when you’re a blogger) and the phone is easy to use if you like Android.
Did you ever have this kind of phone
or would you consider having one?
– In collaboration with Ben –