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Huawei P8 was launched using Android 5.0

    Huawei P8 was launched using Android 5.0 










    Lollipop out of the box with the company's Emotion UI 3.1 app. P8 is probably one of huawei's first Android 6.0 Marshmallow phones (some whispers say it will happen until the end of the year).
    Just as we told you again when we reviewed Honor 6 Plus, you can't find an app drawer in EMUI, giving a clearer look on iOS. However, this problem is quick because applications can be grouped together in folders. Users can also change the home screen network layout from 4x5 to 5x4 or even 5x5.
    Apart from the lack of an app drawer, you may also be annoyed by the fact that notifications and settings are divided into two different tabs when scrolling down from the top. Notifications will appear first, and from there, you must either click the tab or swipe to the side to access the settings. Maybe this won't be something familiar with the true style of Android 5.0 that he'll understand and like.The façade may not be everyone's favorite cup of tea, but Huawei has sprayed all sorts of interesting features in this device.
    For example, Clever Speech Recognition allows users to alert your phone by saying 'Where are you?'. In response, the device will light the flash lamp, play some music or say somewhat strangely 'I'm here'. However, don't expect to hear your phone if you're at the airport and the device slid in the distance between the seat you're waiting for and the wall. You'll need to be in a quiet environment to be able to do so.
    Huawei battery-side phone 
    Battery life is one of the biggest obstacles facing high-end smartphones today. But Huawei is confident that the 2,680 mAh battery under the phone's cover is more than enough to maintain a proper life cycle on board.With this in mind, the moderate user will be able to squeeze up to a day and a half of use. But if you plan to play games, watch video and chat on WhatsApp all day long, it is best to expect the source of life to come out in about 8 hours. It is a beautiful average.
    Huawei phone from the point of view of communication 
    There is the usual sensor range within the Huawei P8, which includes 4G LTE support across a wide range of ranges. The smartphone also features LTE Cat 6 connectivity for faster data speeds.
    The P8 features a dual-chip dial-up where the main card slot will be able to accommodate the micro SIM card and the secondary is home to the SIM nano card. The secondary slot has a hybrid set, which means it can act as a microSD slot.
    Huawei's latest flagship versions feature a Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n dual-band network, but Wi-Fi 802.11ac is not supported. Bluetooth 4.1 is also on board, plus a microUSB 2.0 port with support for the USB host (to connect usb portable drives and accessories) and NFC.
    Mostafa Nasser
    writer and blogger, founder of Reno Temple .

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