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Huawei launches smartphone with 6.95 screen

Did you think that the Mi Max 3 is the highest record? Now he has a competitor who manages to cram a slightly larger display into it

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The Honor brand is responsible for a large part of Huawei's overall success in the smartphone market, enabling it to experience surprising and unusual configurations and combinations without any significant concern about the reputation of its flagship products. The new Honor Note 10 definitely feels like another experiment - pushing the end to what we're used to getting in line .

The direct competitor (the only one?) Of the recently introduced Mi Max 3 also offers a super massive XMUMX Super AMOLED screen with an extremely long 6.95 × 2,280 resolution that brings it to 1,080 millimeters (or nearly 177 centimeters) Kirin 970 Advanced As with Huawei's current flagship devices, 64GB or 128GB storage volumes plus dynamic 6GB or 8GB memory, 8.1 with XUUMX EMUI interface and a 8.2mAh battery that supports the rapid 5,000 Watt charging which is one of the largest that can be received by leading international players.

Which should also be loaded at a reasonable speed

The smartphone will include a primary 16 megapixel camera and a secondary secondary 24 megapixel camera that will capture black and white and enhance the product of the unit next to it, a 13 megapixel camera for salafi images, a Dolby Atmos speaker pair, Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity, and also Which does not exist in the third Mi Max.

An aluminum envelope filled with a thickness of approximately 7.6 millimeters, available in two moderate colors

Huawei's note is a blue or black shade, with a significant weight of 230 G, which could scare away at least some of those who do not want to hang around with a "weight" in the pants pocket - and prices? They will range from 2,800 RMB (about 410 USD) to the base model with 64GB for storage and 6GB of , And the 3,200 RMB (about 470 USD) to model with The built-in dual and 3,600 yuan are not visibly paid (almost 530 dollars) to the luxury model that will also provide 8GB's Dynamic.

A specification that mentions the flagship products of - at a more winky price

One small feature that you will not find in the Honor Note 10 is the 3.5 millimeter slot for headphones, and here probably comes the relative advantage of - plus an even larger capacity battery and a more accessible starting price. However, we will not be surprised to see that both monstrous models succeed well: one with its large processing power account and the other thanks to battery life and excellent cost-efficiency.

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  1. I love them both, each one is excellent in its own right. You also forgot to mention a few facts: The Mi Max 3 also has an infrared (if you want to use the cellphone for example as a remote) Honor Note 10 does not, but it has a much higher quality camera than high-definition (even with more megapixels) and an image stabilizer Although digital and not optical, it does not exist at all.
    If you add to this the fact that it has 6 Gb memory versus 8 Gb in the Honor and that the Honor processor is much more powerful. You will get that the last one in total is more lucrative (and therefore more expensive), this is also why I disagree so much with the fact that you have registered that in relation to the cost of the utility is more lucrative. The gap of 500 mah in favor of such insignificant highs.

  2. In my bitter experience, I do not refer to any smartphone that does not include MIL-STD-810G protection. I was surprised to find that this is the standard for LG and then I also understood why all the cellular stores that are also labs (almost all…) do not sell LG - they are built on that every fall they will receive a minimum of 100 shekels on repair and several hundred on screen…
    I ask HWzone to refer to articles that are also critical of this importance in the future.

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