Unfortunately unlike 2016’s iPhone 7 Plus which seemed to dominate the speed test scene for quite a while, the new iPhone X doesn’t seem quite as speedy. Either that or Android OEMs in 2017 have stepped up their efforts. For those looking for more comparisons, you’re in luck as PhoneBuff is out with a new video.
These days when it comes to flagship phones, not only are these devices expected to sport dual camera lenses and a Portrait Mode feature, but they are also expected to come with image stabilization technology, whether it be electronic or optical. However not all stabilization tech is made equal, as demonstrated in the video below.
Huawei is one of the fastest growing smartphone vendors in the world. It has shipped 100 million handsets so far this year. Despite its success in the smartphone market, Huawei’s devices are not sold by carrier partners in the United States. It’s possible to get them retailers and online via Amazon, but you won’t find one at your preferred carrier. That might be about to change in the near future.