These are Huawei P8 best features that end users might not know existed brought to you by you Sydney CBD Repair Centre Team.
Another feature Huawei was keen to point out during the launch event for the P8 was its Knuckle Sense Technology.
Basically what this means is the P8 can detect whether you’re tapping the screen with your fingertip or knuckle, and perform a different action depending on which you’re using.
Double tap the screen with your knuckle and the P8 snaps a screenshot, while drawing a circle will see a crop tool appear allowing you to select a part of the screen to cut out and save for later.
Huawei made a big deal about the camera during the launch event for the P8, with the 13MP snapper on the rear getting a boost in a number of areas.
The Chinese firm claims the P8 has best-in-class OIS (optical image stabilisation) and the world’s first four colour RGBW imaging sensor which improves brightness in high contrast conditions, reduces noise in low light and produces vivid pictures with more natural colours.
TALK TO WAKE
A new feature Huawei has baked into its interface is Voice Wake Up. This allows you to say a pre-determined phase for your phone to recognise and then call out to tell you where it is.
SLEEK LOOK AND DESIGN
The slender, all metal body of the Huawei P8 is certainly premium in look and feel, allowing the handset to stand proudly next to the iPhone 6, HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6.
Battery life is a hot topic in the smartphone world and Huawei makes some bold claims about how long the P8 can last on a single charge.
The 2600mAh battery is locked inside the aluminium body and can’t be swapped out, but Huawei reckons the P8 will go for a day and a half with normal usage.