3 Reasons Why You Should Buy Huawei Mate 9 Pro Over iPhone 8

The Huawei mate 9 is the new phablet from the Chinese brand. The manufacturer has great expectations and goals for this phone, going so far as to say it's competing against both the S7 edge and the iPhone 7 Plus. Huawei also hopes to draw customers Samsung lost with the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Selling at a rather competitive price for its technical specifications (699 euros), the Huawei Mate 9 is one of this season's best smartphones. Here are three reasons why you should consider buying it over iPhone 8 next year. 

An Exceptional battery life

Its predecessor had a great reputation for its hardware, and gladly, the Mate 9 is no exception. The most recent Huawei baby has a 4000 mAh battery, which is capable of supporting a full day of intensive use. If you are a more mild user, it's possible to get at least a couple of battery life out of the device.

It Has Superb Camera

With the P9, Huawei introduced its partnership with Leica, the iconic camera manufacturer. Huawei also enjoyed the perks its new dual sensor system. Moreover, The Mate 9 is an opportunity for Huawei to go even further in its performance. You'll be able to find an 8-megapixel color sensor. Sporting a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor. The result is really exceptional.

One Of The Most Powerful Smartphones You Can Get

Inside the Huawei Mate 9, you'll find the latest HiSilicon processor, from Huawei's ancillary, specifically the Kirin 960 with 6GB of RAM. This SoC has a standard octa-core Cortex-A53 which works well at a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz and more significantly, the new ARM octa-core Cortex-A73 that runs at a maximum frequency of 2.4 GHz. According to the company, this processor gives an automatic learning algorithm, which assures a fast and flawless experience even after 18 months of continuous use or so. As for graphics, you'll no longer be left behind with the Vulkan compatible Mali G71 MP8 chip.

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