HOPPIN' ON the open deck bus, facing chilly wind as we set for a tour to Soweto, Orlando- to be precise at Mandela’s House- was refreshing in that Huawei decided to host media for proper snap-shots experience.
Using the borrowed latest Huawei P10 & P10 Plus for the tour, the
core message was to experience the kind of cameras both phones possesses.
“What makes the P10 and P10 Plus quality phones are the exciting new features that come with them.
The P10 and P10 Plus are the first to include precise 3D facial technology, portrait enhancements, and dynamic illumination as well as a 12-megapixel RGB and a 20-megapixel monochrome camera,” says Zhao Likun, GM Huawei Consumer Business Group South Africa.
It is said in the past, the term ‘affordable smartphone’ was synonymous with slow performance, laughable screen resolution and awful cameras.
But this isn’t the past, it’s the present, and the market is flourishing with affordable premium phones.
As we snapped (anything) from Huawei Offices right up to Gold Reef City and finally Orlando, the P10 Plus I used came out tops with quality images, that one could easily edit without a hassle.
The partnership with Leica has resulted in phenomenal Dual-Camera capacity which is a now a
benchmark for photography products.
Both P10 & P10 Plus boast the best performance and design features that the smartphone industry has to offer, including Huawei’s ultra-fast Kirin 960 chipset, the latest version of Huawei’s intuitive 5.0 EMUI system and a stunning design with a number of colour options.
Also include is the Huawei SuperCharge technology that provides a full day’s usage with just 30 minutes of charge and a fingerprint sensor on the front.
The phones also come with a “Hyper Diamond-Cut” finish that prevents fingerprint marks and scratches.
Your deal includes two free accidental screen damage repairs through the Huawei Diamond Service offering and a free collection and delivery service and dedicated VIP contact centre support.
(Un) fortunately, after a sumptuous lunch along the Vilakazi Street, your’s truly had to hand over back this gem of a camera phone–breaking a brief rela
tionship created with my borrowed phone. Sucks…