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  # 1703450 15-Jan-2017 11:48
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I had a look about online; Looks like the 5 amp 'SuperCharge' chargers are popping up on AliExpress 

 

also found this reference to the car charger here but its sold out


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  # 1703462 15-Jan-2017 11:58
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freitasm:

 

here is an Anker car charger.

 

 

I brought one of those, and also a single port one of the other car.

 

 

 

I also still havent received the B138 update on my phone :(


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  # 1703466 15-Jan-2017 12:15
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Jase2985:

 

freitasm:

 

here is an Anker car charger.

 

 

I brought one of those, and also a single port one of the other car.

 

 

 

I also still havent received the B138 update on my phone :(

 

 

 

 

I read somewhere the phone detects the SIM card to determine what firmware to send out, after having issues with no updates when I first go the phone after trying to setup the phone before the SIM card had been installed. My guess in the future they could use this mechanism to regionalise the firmware e.g. Amazon Echo auto installed for the US market.

 

My wife is with 2 Degrees she got it the other day.


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  # 1703467 15-Jan-2017 12:18
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My wife an i both have the Mate 9 and we are both with skinny. so im stumpped.


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  # 1703589 15-Jan-2017 16:47
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So I bit the bullet and bought this thing yesterday.

 

Holy hell, what a phone. Seriously impressed. Battery life, coming from the G4, is out of this world.


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  # 1703680 15-Jan-2017 18:58
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TurM:

So I bit the bullet and bought this thing yesterday.


Holy hell, what a phone. Seriously impressed. Battery life, coming from the G4, is out of this world.



God dam it lol. I want the pro so bad but I can't find it anywhere

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  # 1703723 15-Jan-2017 19:58
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I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.

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  # 1703861 15-Jan-2017 23:23
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TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

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  # 1703970 16-Jan-2017 10:25
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Kopkiwi:
TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

 

Funny - IPS LCD is one of the chief reasons I enjoy the Mate 9. laughing Not keen on OLEDs anymore personally. Bring on MicroLED without the inherent burn-out.

 

FWIW, a 1440p OLED isn't that much higher res than a 1080p RGB LCD (of the same size) because the high-res OLEDs all use the PenTile subpixel matrix.





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  # 1703978 16-Jan-2017 10:43
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NikT:

 

Kopkiwi:
TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

 

Funny - IPS LCD is one of the chief reasons I enjoy the Mate 9. laughing Not keen on OLEDs anymore personally. Bring on MicroLED without the inherent burn-out.

 

FWIW, a 1440p OLED isn't that much higher res than a 1080p RGB LCD (of the same size) because the high-res OLEDs all use the PenTile subpixel matrix.

 

 

 

 

It's just those deep dark inky blacks. I can't ignore them. Plus the higher res IS noticeable on text with web pages.

 

 

 

No anywhere oveseas that I might get it from?


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  # 1704386 16-Jan-2017 21:36
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Finally got the update, only like 5 days after my wife did.


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  # 1704719 17-Jan-2017 15:16
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Kopkiwi:

 

NikT:

 

Kopkiwi:
TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

 

Funny - IPS LCD is one of the chief reasons I enjoy the Mate 9. laughing Not keen on OLEDs anymore personally. Bring on MicroLED without the inherent burn-out.

 

FWIW, a 1440p OLED isn't that much higher res than a 1080p RGB LCD (of the same size) because the high-res OLEDs all use the PenTile subpixel matrix.

 

 

 

 

It's just those deep dark inky blacks. I can't ignore them. Plus the higher res IS noticeable on text with web pages.

 

 

 

No anywhere oveseas that I might get it from?

 

 

 

 

They are on EBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Huawei-Mate-9-PRO-128GB-LON-L29-FACTORY-UNLOCKED-5-5-034-Gold-Gray-Silver-Rose-/192061366439  

 

re-seller says 99.9 % positive the only issue it won't be a locally sourced unit and is going to cost you their conversion $1,123.13 NZD plus GST and $25.30 shipping.

 

 


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  # 1704735 17-Jan-2017 15:30
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DeepBlueSky:

 

Kopkiwi:

 

NikT:

 

Kopkiwi:
TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

 

Funny - IPS LCD is one of the chief reasons I enjoy the Mate 9. laughing Not keen on OLEDs anymore personally. Bring on MicroLED without the inherent burn-out.

 

FWIW, a 1440p OLED isn't that much higher res than a 1080p RGB LCD (of the same size) because the high-res OLEDs all use the PenTile subpixel matrix.

 

 

 

 

It's just those deep dark inky blacks. I can't ignore them. Plus the higher res IS noticeable on text with web pages.

 

 

 

No anywhere oveseas that I might get it from?

 

 

 

 

They are on EBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Huawei-Mate-9-PRO-128GB-LON-L29-FACTORY-UNLOCKED-5-5-034-Gold-Gray-Silver-Rose-/192061366439  

 

re-seller says 99.9 % positive the only issue it won't be a locally sourced unit and is going to cost you their conversion $1,123.13 NZD plus GST and $25.30 shipping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can accept that price. Is that the model that will work with our 4G bands?


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  # 1704814 17-Jan-2017 17:01
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Kopkiwi:

 

DeepBlueSky:

 

Kopkiwi:

 

NikT:

 

Kopkiwi:
TurM: I was considering the Pro, but fancied the 5.9in over the 5.5.


Yeah if they'd made it AMOLED with the same 1440p resolution id get it too

 

Funny - IPS LCD is one of the chief reasons I enjoy the Mate 9. laughing Not keen on OLEDs anymore personally. Bring on MicroLED without the inherent burn-out.

 

FWIW, a 1440p OLED isn't that much higher res than a 1080p RGB LCD (of the same size) because the high-res OLEDs all use the PenTile subpixel matrix.

 

 

 

 

It's just those deep dark inky blacks. I can't ignore them. Plus the higher res IS noticeable on text with web pages.

 

 

 

No anywhere oveseas that I might get it from?

 

 

 

 

They are on EBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Huawei-Mate-9-PRO-128GB-LON-L29-FACTORY-UNLOCKED-5-5-034-Gold-Gray-Silver-Rose-/192061366439  

 

re-seller says 99.9 % positive the only issue it won't be a locally sourced unit and is going to cost you their conversion $1,123.13 NZD plus GST and $25.30 shipping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can accept that price. Is that the model that will work with our 4G bands?

 

 

The spec sheet on the link gives a list of LTE networks supported.  Band 3 (1800) and band 28 (700) are both supported..





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