Overall, this is a good entry-level phone for someone in their 30's an up. Younger people will want, nay, demand something with more grunt because "...I want to play the newest games, Dad... this sucks.!" This is a phone, first and foremost.
Huawei's newest entry-level handset strikes a stylish balance between affordability and feature-rich performance. Hidden LEDs and sensors, a dewdrop inset for the selfie camera, a range of styles and the latest iteration of the Android OS enhanced by the cutting-edge EMUI OS overlay, this is the handset the budget-conscious have been waiting for this year.
Unlike the traditional set of Back, Home, and Recent Apps buttons, Google in an official blog post on Friday showed a glimpse of a navigation bar that includes a hollow-styled back button and a pill-shaped home button.
...if you own a Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P, the latest move means that your device will not receive any further major update beyond Android 8.1 that was released in December last year.
Google is building an overhaul of its Android platform to start supporting hardware notch natively to compress cameras and other sensors in a single cutout design, reports Bloomberg.