Huawei Ascend Mate 7: The better Smartphone

Huawei is one of those Chinese manufacturers, which are proving the fact wrong i.e. “Chinese Smartphones are cheap with quality and performance”. And yes, here we have one of the premium beasts of Huawei the Ascend Mate 7.


Programmers from Huawei decided to equip the unit Huawei Ascend Mate 7 with a small utility for counting steps. Functionality is minimal: tracking the movement and status display in the system tray. No need to download anything, pedometer already installed.

General Director of Huawei has said proudly that the first batch of smartphones

was sold in less than a day. Users are most preferred gold variation. Affected a small difference in cost and a little more interesting specifications. Octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and Gold color profile, what else do you need? But the price is not cheap as comparable to other Chinese manufacturers

Let’s talk about the main thing. It was originally planned that the device will be sold in cheaper price but the phone is available in 35k+ INR. A lot of it? At current exchange conditions, I think not. All competitors such as Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or iPhone 6 Plus there are several orders of magnitude more expensive. Compare to smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One and the other, you would find the price of Mate 7 closer to them. Product from Huawei – it is only a shovel, and a more or less close competitor is LG G3. True last made ​​entirely of plastic and has a fingerprint scanner.

But overall, the Huawei AscenD mate 7 is Smartphone for those who choose gadgets and weighed with a cool head. For people who are free from the influence of brands. But if you are only looking for branded and high-end phone then it is not for you. Other clear options are high priced iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note 4. And if you were only the Android lover, you would only have choice with Note 4. Well, Huawei has done a great job with Ascend Mate 7 but story won’t end here, we would see something comparable to Galaxy Note 5 too, but when? It is still a question.

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