Huawei has many phones with similar flagship specs so here we categorize the top Huawei phones and point out the spec differences you need to know about if your next phone is going to be Huawei.
Huawei has many phones with high end specs and Mate 9 is the one to look for if you want a 5.9 inch screen .It comes with a Full HD resolution when most of the new phones have moved on from Full HD and are implementing Quad HD but that is not to say the Screen is lacking as it is simply Gorgeous to look at and might be the optimal choice for good battery life and perormance.It comes with a kirin 960 chipset which is the latest Huawei chipset exclusive for Huawei phones and one of the best performers in phone benchmarks.Build quality is top notch All metal design but Software UI might be a matter of taste as Huawei’s custom interface might not suit everyone’s taste.20 megapixel camera at the back and 8mp camera for selfies have got you covered for taking quality pics and the Mate 9 comes with 64GB as default which is not bad.
Same resolution as the Mate 9 which is Full HD but since its a smaller 5.1 inch screen the pixel density will be higher which means better quality on a smaller screen.The same Kirin 960 chipset is also used on this phone which means Mate 9 and P10 performance should be similiar as Kirin 960 is one of the best performing chipset in the market so you are well covered in the performance department.Build quality is top notch for the P10 similiar to the Mate 9 which is an All metal design .20 megapixel camera at the back and 8 megapixel camera for selfies have got you covered for taking quality pics and the P10 comes with 32GB as default.Comes with Android 7.0 Noughat which is the latest version currently available.
Huawei P10 Plus
Same Kirin 960 chipset like the other Huawei flagships but here you get a better display then the Mate 9 which is 1440 x 2560 pixels (~540 ppi pixel density)and a camera which has a new algorithm for taking better pictures. With an All metal sleek body this is a serious contender for a flagship if not for the really high asking price which Huawei is asking for the P10 Plus. So if and when the price comes down near the level of Mate 9 then the P10 plus will be an excellent choice but for now the Mate 9 will do well enough.