These are Huawei P9 best features that end users might not know existed brought to you by you Sydney CBD Repair Centre Team.
720p POWER SAVING
You can save more battery power from your Huawei P9 by pushing a fewer pixels unto the screen. The 720p mode significantly decreases power consumption so your smartphone can go longer than usual.
USB TYPE C
The P9 stands out as the first Huawei handset to use the new reversible USB port. In theory that enables faster charging, however the bundled charging brick maxes out at 5V/2A.
POWERFUL KIRIN 955
Huawei continues its use of homegrown Kirin CPUs in its high-end phones, and the Huawei P9 sees the debut of the new Kirin 955 chip, an upgraded version of the Kirin 950 introduced in the Mate 8. Like that chip, it’s built on a power-efficient 16nm FinFET manufacturing process, however the clock speeds have been increased — up to 2.5GHz for the four powerful ARM Cortex-A72 cores, and up to 1.8GHz for the lower-power Cortex-A53 cores.
WIDE APERTURE MODE
Wide aperture mode, first seen in the Honor 6 Plus, returns in the Huawei P9. Because each photo taken on the P9 also captures depth information, it’s possible to simulate bokeh effects in software, in a similar way to what HTC introduced with the Duo camera back with the HTC One M8.
The Huawei P9 has two 12-megapixel cameras around the back, “co-engineered,” the firm says, in partnership with German camera-maker Leica. One sports a monochrome (black and white) sensor, the other a traditional color (RGB) sensor, and it’s this combination Huawei says lets the camera soak up three times as much light as an equivalent single-sensor setup, producing pics with 50 percent more contrast.