The battery life is only decent, the chip disappointing for such a late release. In my opinion it's hard to argue for it at that price point. The bigger screen is pretty pointless for anything but multitasking, something like an S23 Ultra just offers you a more well rounded experience..
Sin, 03 Mar 2023They need to offer this with the 12/512GB for $700 otherwise no one buy.You would not still buy.
"Foldables out of China are going global left and right, aiming to challenge Samsung's dominance in the field . . . "
Makes sense, but I'm no longer sure they are trying to challenge Samsung. They don't even have home field advantage against Samsung. Huawei controls the foldable market in China followed by Samsung. If these other manufacturers continue to only sell in China, they will limit themselves. It's in their best interest to push their foldables to other markets. Maybe it will generate a buzz. I also expect the Z5 to really shake things up. Unless Huawei pulls a rabbit out of a hat, I expect their market share to drop drastically to Samsung starting later this year.
As for the Vs, I like the pic results from this phone. The low light images look good. I'm a little disappointed by the battery test. I'm not sure what Samsung did, but the Z4's duration continues to impress against phones that have a higher battery capacity.
Overall looks like a solid contender, at least hardware wise.
fruitcake, 03 Mar 2023if Honor wants to make there phones more popular with consumers,then they have got to cut the ... morePpl here need to stop with this kind of thinking.
Go do math on how many more units honor needs to make and sell if price is cut 15% .
In the end, this is what makes OEMs burn money.
They need to offer this with the 12/512GB for $700 otherwise no one buy.
if Honor wants to make there phones more popular with consumers,then they have got to cut the pricing of there mobiles,or people will keep away from giving there phones a chance of purchasing