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  • Good
    In my opinion would be great with Nougat
  • Excellent
    Got the phone of three types gave it away because I'm loyal customer.

    It has now been six months and I am very satisfied.

    Screen.
    Sound.
    Touch-esteem.

    Email good.

    Especially if you want to fiddle m apps or checking gmaps.

    Listening to music.

    The Bluetooth e stable.

    To you who are wrong:
    The e great in the hand.
    It asks permission to look through files when you start File Manager first times: a.
  • Excellent
    Luxury phone 1990kr? Yes, it looks like it cost double. Really nice, has what you need in a modern phone. A little bad on the game but to load a website goes fast :) Everything flows. Coming from the Android N soon moreover

    Minus these notifications ... apps must be "approved" in 3 different menus before the screen lights up when you for example receive email .. Hope Huawei makes this easier in N
  • Perfect
    1990 SEK Telia I must only give this handset highest rating so far! Well above expectations indeed. Have not had time to go through and use it fully but so far I am certainly more than satisfied. It seems clear most of the time and you are not an expert in any field as it hit the roof everywhere, it feels like. Perfect photos, among others - according to me!
  • Excellent
    Really good phone.

    ---Plus---
    The camera
    Prices
    Stylish and functional interface
    Feels solid and solid
    Battery life is really good
    Fast and good fingerprint sensor
    Bright and sharp screen
    Rapp and good RAM

    --Minus--
    GPS seems to lose touch sometimes when I run Runkeeper, it happens a little too often, and rough to be okay compared to other phones

    Charging the phone is a bit slow
  • Excellent
    Have had the phone for two weeks now and it should be said that it is perhaps too early for a review but I feel I is so pleasantly surprised that I still want to write down a few lines of the experience so far !.

    Was afraid that the screen would feel too great when I had a 4.7: a before but it is good in the hand and has just enough weight to feel comfortable.
    The screen looks really sharp out & the pictures taken by it will be really good, very. better than I hoped for.
    Battery life is also above expectations. I do not play NGT directly but uses Spotify 2-3h average / day and then connected to a pair of wireless headphones using Bluetooth, browsing and checking email / instagram etc. regularly and naturally looked around the menus and settings right often. So far I have only had to charge the phone every 3; days which in my eyes is really good anyway. with the experience I have previously owned lurking.

    Apps open quickly and surfing floating on like crazy :). 3Gb of RAM allows the use and feels somewhat future proof ..

    Can clearly recommend this in the current situation - paid in 2799
  • Very good
    Does this phone is great for our daughter.
    Good price
    Feels solid (have been together very well sofar)
    good screen
  • Good
    The phone is cruel. Finger Reader to open is so smooth. Batteries last for long. First impressions, what great. Since it felt smooth.
    BUT Huawei user interface ... How illogical to design an interface? Overall impossible to find settings ...
    The same with their iPhone inspired display management. Recommend Apex Launcher to use the phone.
    Did they hired some people from Apple and it shows. Send them home and go out on Google Play instead Huawei, cheaper and definitely better ...
  • Excellent
    P9 Lite is a midrangetelefon without any obvious drawbacks for the price.
    - Purely aesthetic is clean and sober but not as beautiful as the big brother P9.
    - Build quality is very good, very solid and rigid.
    - The screen is surprisingly good. Occasionally "punchy", bright and good viewing angles.
    - Battery life is well above average. Can two days of normal use, a day of heavy use. Can get three days too if you use it very easily.
    - With Kirin 650 and 3 GB RAM floating all on perfect. It feels a little rapper than my Nexus six who have stock android. Player not so can not comment there.
    - The camera takes quite good photos, but not in the class of P9 or more expensive headphones from in 2016.
    - Huawei's interface takes some getting used to but works fine when adjusted.
    - For some odd reason, charging the phone slowly. Takes around 3 hours to fill the battery.

    To sum will match P9 Lite in principle flagship when it comes to display, build quality, battery life and the perceived speed of the interface. It's really just the camera, the look and the slow charge is well below the flagship level.
  • Very good
    Good buzz, bought it when my little P8 faced death ...
    P9 little costs currently twice as much as its predecessor (3000 ~ vs ~ 1500). Is it worth the extra money? It leans faktist for the answer will be yes.

    P9 P8 Little Little vs:
    + P9:
    Good fingerprint reader (which P8 completely lacking)
    Better screen resolution of 1080 vs. 720
    better brightness
    Better build quality
    Feels faster
    Irritant keyboard bug found in P8 Lite is gone
    better battery life
    (OTG USB does not seem to work after the update ???)
    3GB of RAM (2GB required)
    (Newer Android and EMUI)
    (Pedometer)

    + P8
    For me, 5 "better than 5.2"
    The reception seems * little * better at P8
    Loading faster (has less battery, however)

    Generally:

    A mobile that fits me like a glove
    * Dual Sim
    * Performance as enough and to spare (then I do not play graphically intensive games)
    * Good fingerprint reader
    * Camera of ok quality front and back
    * Good battery life
    * I like EMUI
    * Build Quality

    The biggest drawback is that it loads * really * slow!