| Huawei P10 Plus, A Chicom Product, a Chinese Communist Product, the quality is like SHIT !
| Saturday, October 07, 2017
|I guess I fell for the Communist Chinese propaganda, on the shitty so called Trusted Reviews Website, probably a paid Communist propaganda organ of the Communist Regime, about how great this shitty phone was. 5 Top Reasons not to purchase this piece of shit, a review here.
Here are real Honest Reviews, not the typical Chinese Communist Propaganda. If you want a larger handset for enjoying media on the go, with plenty of user-friendly features packed inside, then this phone will satisfy. However, the likes of the Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 are more future-proofed thanks to their HDR support, while Samsung’s flagship is still the king of mobile cameras.
The CEO, Abraham Liu should stop posing and get his arse on the job. Incidentally when I gave a feed back on the malfunctioning of their shitty Huawei P10 Plus, those arrogant pricks did not respond, on their website! The Commies, by now you should know cannot accept criticism.
The only thing they can brag about is the camera , a Leica in built camera. Oh, yes, they brag about the space for storage. I bought a Huawei P10 Plus at the Kinta City Mall, Aeon, at an outlet called Urban Republic on the 25th September 2017. I paid RM2799 (USD 661.31) of my hard earned cash for that lump of shit Huawei P10 Plus, which they told me was going at a discount, probably an opportunity to get rid of a defective phone? Maybe on an unsuspecting customer.
I fell for their sales pitch,saying that the normal price was RM3,000 Well they truly
fucked me. I guess the Chicom traits rubbed off on them. On the 28th September 2017, three friggin days after I bought that lump of shit (Huawei P10 Plus), after my morning walk the screen went dark, meaning blacked out. You couldn't see shit on the screen. You could only hear sounds of messages coming in and receive calls, yes receive calls in your dreams. There was nothing on the screen to prompt answering a call. The screen was black.
This is what happens when the Chicoms steal technology from others. There must have a QA Department with idiots running it. Only friggin three days the phone went kaput. So I went back to the Urban Republic Store at Kinta City, they guy restarted the phone. He said he checked it and found nothing wrong. He told me that there were too many windows opened. All I had to do was press all the 3 buttons simultaneously to restart the,
fucking Huawei P10 Plus, can't help myself.
Being gullible and not tech savy as the arseholes in either the Urban Republic or Huawei (building a better connecting world, kiss my arse and call me Charlie!) I went away happy accepting their explanation. Well that was the start, in one hour's time I did that shit, pressing down the three buttons, the screen came back alive, FIVE
fucking times, still fucking mad!
So after lunch and doing my errands, wasting my time and petrol, I went back to Urban Republic, I asked them to replace that piece of shit called Huawei P10 Plus, since they were the ones who sold me that piece of shit. They told me not to get angry after ripping me off for a shitty phone, the nerve of those guys. Should not they do the running for me, as after all the phone lasted only three fucking days! They said that they couldn't , that I had to go the service center at De'Garden near Kinta City in Ipoh.
Well this is a heads up to my Malaysian brothers and sisters, don't fall for the shitty Communist Chinese gimmick called Huawei P10 Plus. Just don't buy any Huawei products, take it from a guy who just got conned. Incidentally my phone did not drop nor get roughly handled or soaked in water. The white man is in the pockets of the Commies, that's why they write rave reviews about Commie products. They are in debt! Take it from me an everyday Malaysian.
Well apart from Huawei, selling shitty phones, their service centre is their only saving grace and consolation. They replaced the "new" defective three day old piece of shit, with a new unit within a day, hopefully it lasts through the warranty period.
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 4:30 PM