These are Huawei Mate 9 best features that end users might not know existed brought to you by you Sydney CBD Repair Centre Team.
However, when you flip the Mate 9 on its back, you’ll see a big change. Huawei added an upgraded second-generation dual camera module tuned by Leica, following on from the one on the P9 smartphone. It’s made of one f/2.2 12-megapixel color camera and one f/2.2 20-megapixel monochrome camera that produces black and white images. The monochrome lens can be used separately, too, to take black and white shots.
NEW BATTERY TECH
The Mate 9’s battery sports Huawei’s “Super Safe 5-gate protection,” a power design which delivers real-time voltage, current, and temperature monitoring to “eliminate safety hazards” and “safeguard battery life.” And it supports SuperCharge, Huawei’s fast charging standard. The company said it’ll juice up 50 percent faster than the Mate 8, and reach as much as 58 percent capacity — enough for a day’s use — in 30 minutes. The Mate 9 also packs a USB Type-C connector, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, dual SIM slot, four noise-canceling microphones, and MicroSD card slot that’s expandable up to 256GB.
LATEST ANDROID VERSION
In terms of software, the Mate 9 has Android 7.0 Nougat with Huawei’s updated EMUI 5.0 user interface over the top. The software represents the biggest change to EMUI in Huawei’s history, and it’s considerably cleaner, easier to use, and more convenient than ever before. Cleverly, Huawei has added machine learning algorithms to ensure the phone maintains its speed over time — specifically by learning which apps you use most frequently and compressing low priority apps. It packs an array of useful tweaks including a miss-dial prevention feature, personalized themes, and privacy tools. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg: EMUI can recognize gestures made with your knuckles against the screen, which quickly launches apps, can capture screen images, and plenty more.
Huawei says it’s among the “thinnest smartphones in the world,” and it’s certainly a sleek, attractive device. It more closely resembles the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge than the Mate 9, and looks gorgeous in the shiny black color scheme. The screen is smaller at 5.5-inches, and is an AMOLED panel with a higher 2,560 × 1,440 pixel resolution.
MATE 9 PRO?
Several weeks after the Mate 9 was revealed, Huawei quietly pushed the Mate 9 Pro onto the market, but only in China. It’s essentially the same phone as the Mate 9 Porsche Design, but without the Porsche Design branding or beautiful black bodywork.