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At £420 (around $642, AU$898), the Mate S's SIM-free price tag is still far above other excellent flagship offerings, including the brilliant LG G4 and the luscious HTC One M9, and it just doesn't do enough to justify that cost. Particularly since Huawei still lacks the brand appeal to tempt people to choose its handsets over more recognised and trusted manufacturers. And that's not the only problem Huawei needs to address. Right now, you can only buy the Mate S in the UK, and even here it's tough to find. Although you can pick it up on Amazon -- amongst a raft of other imported Chinese handsets -- the only place you can find it from a high street retailer is via Carphone Warehouse. Worse still, when you go to Huawei's homepage and click "browse smartphones", you're directed to a Chinese-language store called VMall. When I eventually found the landing page for the Mate S, there is no option to buy the phone, nor any links to retailers. Huawei has an online store in the US, but the Mate S isn't yet available to buy there.
Not only does this make it difficult for consumers to actually get their hands on the phones, this poor quality service doesn't do anything to instil confidence in the brand in general, If Huawei is to sell this phone at a top-end price, it will need to do everything it can to gain at&t iphone screen protectors that confidence, The all-metal body helps the Mate S feel like a premium piece of kit when you hold it in your hand, It resembles the previous Mate 7 , but Huawei has made various changes to bring the Mate S up to date, It's thinner, for one, with just a 7.2mm profile, The glass screen is rounded at the edge to meet the screen, and there's a gentle curve to the back of the phone that makes it comfortable to hold..
The edges of the phone have been given a chamfered finish too, which adds just an extra touch of luxury to the look and feel of it. It's well built, with no unpleasant gaps in the body, and no flex in the metal chassis -- even when I tried really rather hard to flex it. It measures 150m long and 75.3mm wide, making it quite a large phone, although its size is expected given the large 5.5-inch display. Having said that, the narrow bezel around the edge of the screen limits the amount of unneeded real estate. To give some perspective, though the Mate S's screen is the same size as the iPhone 6S Plus, the Mate S is 8.4mm shorter and 2.6mm narrower, making it slightly easier to use in one hand.
You'll find the volume and power buttons on the right hand side, the 3.5mm headphone jack sits on the top of the phone, and the Micro-USB port is on the bottom, The bottom edge is also home to the speakers, behind two sets of drilled grilles, They pump out a big enough sound for Netflix watching while cooking, but you'll want a proper set of speakers or headphones if you want to feel properly immersed in the soundtrack to your movie, The phone comes with 32GB of storage as standard, but you'll be able to pop in at&t iphone screen protectors a microSD card up to 128GB in size, using the combined nano-SIM and SD card tray on the left hand side..
The Mate S's fingerprint scanner is on the rear of the phone, just beneath the camera. It's in the same location as it was on the Mate 7 before it, and it's a position that works well for me. It's exactly where my index finger naturally sits when I hold the phone, making it easy to unlock without having to make any extra effort or jiggle it around. I have pretty average-sized hands, although if yours are quite small, then your finger may not come to rest in quite the same place. It's a good scanner, too, accurately reading my fingerprint and unlocking the phone in an instant. (placing your finger on the scanner simultaneously wakes up the phone and grant you access). You can use the scanner to perform other functions too; tap it when in the camera app to take a photo (it makes it slightly more comfortable to take a selfie at arm's length), touch and hold it to answer a call, swipe it to browse through photos or touch and hold it to stop an alarm.
The scanner isn't any easier than using the screen to perform these actions, but it's nice at&t iphone screen protectors to have the choice, I suppose, and at least helps the Mate S stand out a little -- these scanner-specific features aren't commonly found on phones with rear-mounted scanners, even the Huawei-made Nexus 6P , The 5.5-inch display has a full HD (1,920x1,080-pixel) resolution, which is the minimum I'd expect to see on a phone of this size, and with a high price attached, If Huawei truly wants the Mate S to do battle against other top-tier handsets, it should have equipped it with an ultra high definition display, as we've seen on the LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, both of which have 2,560x1,440-pixel resolutions..
As it is, its full HD resolution is sufficient to make icons and text perfectly readable, although they lack the pin-sharp clarity that you'd get from an additional helping of pixels. It's an AMOLED display however, which at least provides a rich contrast level, with deep black levels. Colours are vibrant and the screen is bright enough to counter overhead office lights and the outdoor light of a grey, autumnal London. The display does have a small trick up its sleeve, however. In between Apple debuting its pressure-sensitive screen, dubbed 3D Touch on the Apple Watch and launching it on the iPhone 6S, Huawei snuck in with its own version of 3D Touch on the Mate S. Besides tapping or swiping the screen, you can press and hold to perform different commands. On the iPhone, 3D Touch acts in a similar way to a right click on a desktop PC; push hard on an app icon on the iPhone and it will bring up quick commands related to that app, without actually loading it.
While I like the feature on the iPhone, it's not anywhere near as useful on Huawei's phone, It only takes a little more effort to push, rather than tap on the Mate S's at&t iphone screen protectors screen, but the problem lies in that it doesn't really do anything, One of the few uses I found for the pressure sensitivity was as a replacement for the on-screen navigation keys, When the function was enabled, the navigation keys were invisible -- meaning they weren't cluttering up the display -- but a hard press on the areas they would would be would make them reappear, And when in the photo gallery, pressing firmly on a photo delivered a zoomed-in view, with the zoom increasing the harder you press..