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It's worth the Huawei devices

Buying a Chinese phone is worth it? But what about the development of proprietary technologies? What materials are used? Do you have quality control? How are your phones tested? Do you really have thousands of Chinese piled up working non-stop in dark factories?

Yes and no. That is, yes, it is worth it (with some brands), they do develop their own technologies, they use good materials, they do have quality control and they do test their phones thoroughly. And no, their factories are not as we all imagine them. At least not those of Huawei.
And is that the Chinese brand has managed to break through and differentiate itself from the rest of the original brands of its country. Your bet has been very clear: do not follow others, forge your own path and do everything possible to offer differentiated experiences.
After the visit I made to Shenzhen, China, where is Huawei headquarters, and Beijing, where is one of its most important development and testing centers, here are five things you should consider before buying a Huawei phone.

With increasingly better-built phones and top-quality materials (at least in its high-end phones), in addition to the machine learning application, Huawei is betting on providing its customers and users a better cost-benefit without forcing them, in some way, to change your cell phone every year.

With the machine learning technologies and other algorithms implemented in the Mate 9 and the P10 and P10 Plus, the promise of the brand is that your phone remains as powerful even a year and a half after you started using it, thanks to the smartphone learns what you do with it and is optimized.

This will be benefited now that the telephones also have artificial intelligence, because the learnings on use will be greater.
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