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  • Vi testar Huawei P9

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    • Rejäl konstruktion
    • Hög prestanda
    • Bra batteritid
    • USB Type-C

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    Score Details

    • 7/10: Gränssnitt/Mjukvara
    • 9/10: Byggkvalitet
    • 8/10: Skärm
    • 8/10: Kamera
    • 9/10: Prestanda
    • 9/10: Batteritid

    1 år sedan
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    Huawei P9 32GB

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    • Kameran
    • Fingeravtrycksläsaren
    • Extrainställningarna
    • Batteritiden (om du vill pilla)

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    • Batteritiden (om du inte vill pilla)
    • Aningen snålt med lagringsutrymme
    • Ej stöd för dubbla SIM-kort

    1 år sedan
  • Huawei P9

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    • Dual lens tech is great
    • Solid performance
    • Decent battery life
    • Super fast fingerprint scanner

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    • EMUI skin is heavy
    • Camera software can be fidlly

    4 mån sedan
  • Huawei P9 review

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    • Gorgeous design
    • Powerful processor
    • Good camera setup

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    • Questionable interface
    • Average battery life
    • Lacks fast charging

    Conclusion
    The Huawei P9 is one of the best phones the Chinese company has ever made. It does feel like everything is coming together in terms of Huawei products.The hardware employed here is fantastic and there are a few really key selling points that stand out as highlights of the Huawei P9.But there are also a few drawbacks that do make me think twice before recommending this phone to some people.What we likeThe Huawei P9 has an impressive spec set up. The processor and RAM combination is rivaling the big guns of Samsung and Apple now and means you can do any task you'd ever want to on a smartphone without any problems.With a solid amount of storage as standard and all the spec you'd hope for you won't be disappointed by what the Huawei P9 can do on a daily basis.I particularly enjoy the display on the Huawei P9. This is the kind of screen that proves it's not always worth manufacturers wasting time plugging in extras pixels.It isn't as clear as the Nexus 6P display, but this is the perfect size for those who like smaller phones and Full HD is suitable for most things. It only really becomes an issue when you're looking to do VR tasks, as stick this in a Google Cardboard and the res is suddenly a little too low.The camera on the Huawei P9 is also another highlight of the phone. The partnership with Leica has improved the technology for Huawei and even though the pro features are largely useless for most smartphone users, the auto mode more than makes up for it.The two camera idea isn't as exciting as some may have expected at first and big name flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S7 have it beat, but you'd be hard pressed to find another phone with a camera this good for less money.What we dislikeThe Emotion UI 4.1 is still a big problem for me when using Huawei phones. As soon as I booted up the Huawei P9 I was a little disappointed by the look of the screen.The interface just looks a little bit childish and has too much going on for my tastes.There are a few useful extra features that if you fully embrace the look will prove their worth, but in general I don't enjoy the interface.Especially after coming from the Huawei made Nexus 6P, which is beautiful hardware paired with the good Google stock Marshmallow experience.The battery life on the Huawei P9 isn't up to scratch either. It's not the worst I've ever experienced but it also didn't impress me and I'm always upset for my phone to die off before the end of a day. Plus the lack of wireless and fast charging features is disappointing as well.Final verdictThe Huawei P9 is one of the best looking and performing phones the company has ever produced. There's a lot to love here in terms of the design, the spec and how everything comes together to work.Paired with a strong camera that works perfectly on auto-mode and a fingerprint scanner that boots up the phone in a matter of milliseconds, it's hard not to recommend the Huawei P9.But on the other hand, it's also hard to recommend when the software is still such an issue. I do feel if Huawei offered this with a cut-down or even stock version of Android I'd love it even more than I do now.With battery life that doesn't stun anybody, the Huawei P9 is a good, solid phone but it's just not hit the right level of greatness yet.If you're looking for a smaller Android phone experience that needs high-end spec without a high-end price tag or a cumbersome design, try the Huawei P9.First reviewed: April 2016CompetitionDon't feel like the Huawei P9 is the phone for you? Here are a few alternative handsets that I think you may want to look at.Huawei P9 PlusWant to keep it in the Huawei family? The P9 Plus may be the phone you're looking for. We scored it four out of five citing a great battery life, stunning photography and a powerful CPU at the main highlights.There's a slightly larger screen on the P9 Plus with a 5.5-inch AMOLED option, but it's still Full HD meaning the pixel density drops down to 401ppi.It's not running Android 7 software yet though so if you're looking for a phone with the latest features you may not want to go for the P9 Plus.Read our Huawei P9 Plus reviewHuawei P9 LiteFind the Huawei P9 price a little bit hard to swallow? If you like most of what Huawei is doing with this phone, you should check out the P9 Lite. It comes with a slightly lower spec, but a significantly cut price.It features an attractive design, decent power under the hood and still harnesses a large, bright and clear screen, like the P9.There are still issues with the Huawei P9 Lite, but it adds up to be a good phone and the price is down to around $200/£200/AU$300.Read our Huawei P9 Lite reviewHuawei Mate 8After a bigger version of a Huawei phone? The Huawei Mate 8 is the way to go. It features a 6-inch screen, making the phone much bigger than the P9 and it includes some equally impressive high-end specs, including the Kirin 950 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 16MP rear-facing camera.The camera is good for the phone, but it doesn't give you the benefits of the double camera the Huawei P9 does. There's a fingerprint scanner on the back and all in all it looks like a larger version of the Huawei P9.It'll cost you £429 (about $611, AU$876), so it'll set you back a little less than a Huawei P9. It mostly comes down to whether you want that brand new camera technology and if you need a larger screen though.Read our Huawei Mate 8 reviewiPhone 6SThroughout the launch of the Huawei P9, the company continued to highlight how the phone fared against the iPhone 6S. It's certainly a key competitor if you're considering a Huawei P9.You should know an iPhone 6S is going to cost you quite a bit more than the Huawei. But if money isn't an object it may be worth handling both phones to see which you prefer. The iPhone 6S is the same size as the Huawei P9 but only features a 4.7-inch display, so you lose some screen real estate.But iOS software is certainly better looking and more intuitive than the Huawei's Emotion 4.1 UI. It all comes down to the price and whether you prefer iOS or Huawei's very specific version of Android.Read our iPhone 6S reviewSamsung Galaxy S7Another phone that Huawei highlighted as a main member of the competition, the Galaxy S7, is a gorgeous piece of kit. The design has been refined for the latest version and if you're after a truly unique looking phone there's always the Galaxy S7 Edge.The camera on the Galaxy S7 is nothing short of incredible and makes for some of the best smartphone photography we have ever been able to take.It's also worth noting we gave the Galaxy S7 a five-star review and named it our second best phone in the world, with the Galaxy S7 Edge taking the top spot. That's hard to beat, so if you have a bit more money to spend maybe it's worth looking at Samsung's alternative.Read our Samsung Galaxy S7 review

    1 år sedan
  • Huawei P9 Smartphone Review: A Step In The Right Direction

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    • Dual rear camera is very creative
    • Credible build
    • Solid battery
    • Intuitive Emotion UI

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    • Poor GPU performance
    • Display lacks contrast
    • Confusing camera software
    • No 4K video recording, while Full HD video lacks quality

    1 år sedan
  • Huawei P9

    Fördelar:

    • Kameran i ljusa miljöer
    • Fingeravtrycksläsaren
    • Batteritiden
    • Högtalaren

    Nackdelar:

    • Huaweis mjukvara
    • Kamera i mörka miljöer
    • Saknar UHD-inspelning
    • Saknar USB 3.0-stöd

    Omdöme:
    Huawei P9 är en riktigt bra Android-telefon som kombinerar en utmärkt hårdvarudesign med en snabb fingeravtrycksläsare, bra batteritid och hög prestanda. P9 har dessutom en kamera som tar några av branschens bästa bilder i ljusa miljöer. I mörka miljöer fallerar den dock avsevärt och Huaweis Leica-märkta kamera kommer inte i närheten av konkurrenterna och utan möjlighet att fånga 4K UHD-video är inte Huawei P9 den ultimata kameratelefonen men ändå en riktigt bra Android-smartphone.

    1 år sedan
  • Huawei P9

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    • Kameran i ljusa miljöer
    • Fingeravtrycksläsaren
    • Batteritiden
    • Högtalaren

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    • Huaweis mjukvara
    • Kamera i mörka miljöer
    • Saknar UHD-inspelning
    • Saknar USB 3.0-stöd

    Slutsats

    Huawei P9 är en riktigt bra Android-telefon som
    kombinerar en utmärkt hårdvarudesign med en
    snabb fingeravtrycksläsare, bra batteritid och
    hög prestanda. P9 har dessutom en kamera som tar
    några av branschens bästa bilder i ljusa
    miljöer. I mörka miljöer fallerar den dock
    avsevärt och Huaweis Leica-märkta kamera kommer
    inte i närheten av konkurrenterna och utan
    möjlighet att fånga 4K UHD-video är inte Huawei
    P9 den ultimata kameratelefonen men ändå en
    riktigt bra Android-smartphone.

    1 år sedan
  • Huawei P9 review: The flagship and the folly

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    • Best fingerprint scanner on the market
    • Slender design
    • Dual camera solution is fun
    • MicroSD card expansion
    • Ample power for all tasks

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    • Some questionable software points
    • Battery life not standout (as 3
    • 000mAh would suggest)
    • Camera software (defocus) glitchy

    Conclusion The P9 is a step above and beyond last year's P8. It's got cleaner software, ample power, decent (albeit sometimes quirky) cameras, the best fingerprint scanner on the market, and a variety of features that successfully place it in among the flagship runnings. We've even found the monochrome camera to be fun - not that anyone was ever asking for it.However, there's still some questionable software additions, the cameras are over-reaching in terms of software, the battery life still isn't that great (despite capacity increase since the P8), and the P9 just lacks those design nuances that set the current flagship contenders apart.Huawei has typically rested on affordability to bring success, but the P9's €599 starting price (UK is yet to be confirmed; the pricier "enhanced" model won't be coming to these shores either) puts it so close to its near competition that we're left wondering what really sets it apart from the competition.Yes, it's got two rear cameras, but even so that doesn't make it a must-have market leader in all departments. A solid innings, sure, but in among the flagship features there's the folly to match.

  • Huawei P9 review

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      Leica camera, attractive metal design, smooth performance, decent battery, sensible price

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      Emotion UI, no fast charging, gimmicky

    ConclusionThe Huawei P9 rolls powerful Leica camera tech into a well-made, attractive handset. The specs won't set the world on fire, but there's more than enough to admire.

  • Huawei P9 review

    Conclusion When comparing the P9 to other flagships, it’s important to remember the £449 price which makes it considerably cheaper than many of its rivals (but not the identically priced Nexus 6P that's also made by Huawei). Overall, we're impressed with the phone: it's well built, feels good and looks good. The cameras aren't the absolute best out there, it doesn't top the charts in game tests and the screen isn't Quad HD, but these minor quibbles are outweighed not only by the price but also because, unlike the Nexus, the P9 lets you stick in a microSD card to expand the storage. If you can afford it, the Galaxy S7 is a better phone overall, but this is a great choice if you can't.

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    Huawei P9 Android smartphone

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    • Aluminum with sandblasted finish or ceramic unibody
    • 5.2" 1080p IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 423ppi
    • HiSilicon Kirin 955 chipset: octa-core CPU (4xCortex-A72 @ 2.5GHz plus 4xCortex-A53 @ 1.8GHz), Mali-T880 MP4 GPU
    • 3GB of RAM/32GB of built-in storage, or 4GB/64GB;
    • Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Huawei EMUI v4.1 overlay;
    • Dual 12MP Leica camera with hybrid AF, color and monochrome sensors, f/2.2 aperture; 1080@60fps video recording
    • 8MP front camera, f/2.4 aperture; 1080p video recording; wide selfie
    • Hybrid DualSIM/microSD card slot (up to 128GB)
    • Cat. 6 LTE (300/50Mbps); dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct; Bluetooth 4.2 LE; NFC; GPS/GLONASS/Beidou; USB Type-C
    • 3,000mAh Li-Ion battery, Rapid charging

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    • No 4K 2160p video recording
    • Non-removable battery
    • Hybrid DualSIM/microSD card slot limits options on the dual-SIM model
    • No 3D Touch like the Plus model
    • No NFC for the Dual SIM model

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    Huawei P9 - telefonen för riktiga entusiaster

    Huawei P9 är en riktigt bra telefon, det kan man inte stryka under stolen med, då den levereras med en kamera som tar väldigt bra bilder, en superfin skärm samt en extraordinär batteritid. Det som drar ner telefonen mot konkurrenternas telefoner är processorn som är snäppet långsammare än Snapdragon 820.

    1 år sedan
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    Huawei P9 Smartphone

    Designed by Huawei, the P9 smartphone comes with a couple of “Firsts” that might appeal to purchasers.

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    Huawei P9 Dual Camera Phone

    I attended the launch in a packed venue that if you were at the back or standing you needed binoculars to see the stage. It lasted close to two hours and the first 45 minutes was solely on the phones cameras ability it is produced in conjunction with Leica.