Huawei has announced its new Mate 9, bringing a large screen and latest Kirin 960 processor but is it the replacement for the Galaxy Note 7 we've been waiting for?
Gone are the days when using a Huawei phone meant living with an unfortunate compromise between great hardware and lousy software. The company's latest big-screened flagship, the Mate 9, comes with Nougat-based software that feels more like Android and less like a weird clone of iOS. And it's matched by impressive hardware specs, a unique dual camera setup — not to mention an enormous 5.9-inch screen and ample 4,000mAh battery.
Check out our in-depth video review below: