US residents may well be paying more attention to Huawei than before after 2015, a year in which the Chinese telecoms giant released an eye-catching watch and partnered with Google to build the Nexus 6P — arguably the best Android phone around. But both of those products ran software straight from Google, making them more familiar to a Western audience than most of Huawei's output. What happens if you pair Huawei's improved knack for hardware design with its own software?
Well, you get the Mate 8. And you probably won't like it as much as the Nexus 6P.