well, the patriarchy isn't going to fuck itself (black & white) iphone case

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well, the patriarchy isn't going to fuck itself (black & white) iphone case

well, the patriarchy isn't going to fuck itself (black & white) iphone case

Take a look instead at the Nexus 4. It too has a 720p screen, a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and its stock Jelly Bean software is much more pleasant. Better yet, you can pick up the same capacity model for £279 -- nearly £100 less. If you want to stick with Huawei, its ludicrously thin Ascend P6 has similar specs and costs roughly the same as the P2. Huawei certainly has a penchant for making super-skinny phones and nowhere is this more obvious than in its flagship 6.18mm thick Ascend P6. At 8.4mm, The P2 doesn't quite measure up to its metal-clad sibling but it's still far from chubby. It's 136mm long and 67mm wide -- you'll find it a little cumbersome if you're switching from an iPhone 4, but it's not particularly difficult to hold once you get used to it.

The back is made from a piece of black plastic that curves at the edges, Although it doesn't offer any well, the patriarchy isn't going to fuck itself (black & white) iphone case flex when you press it, it does feel quite scratchy and cheap, There's no question that it lacks the more luxurious feel of metal-bodied mobiles like the HTC One or, to a lesser extent, the Ascend P6, Aesthetically, the P2 doesn't have a huge amount going on, It has the standard all-black glass front that curves sharply at the top and bottom, The black back is broken by a tiny speaker grille at the bottom of the camera, with a silver surround, It's a very plain design, but at least it's fairly smart..

Around the sides you'll find a volume rocker, a power button and a dedicated camera shutter button. There's also a 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro-USB port, both of which sit on top of the phone. It comes with 16GB of storage as standard which should be plenty of room for apps and videos. You can expand it with a microSD card, but you can only use it for media, not for apps. If you make sure to save all your movies and music to the card, you can save all the internal space for tools and games. The 4.7-inch screen packs a 1,280x720-pixel resolution, giving a density of 312 pixels per inch. That's almost exactly the same as last year's Google Nexus 7. The truly hardened tech addicts among you might be moaning that it isn't Full HD like the Galaxy S4 or HTC One, but in reality, you probably won't be able to tell much difference.

If you get your nose up close then you might notice slightly softer edges to text on the P2, but for most tasks you'll never notice, Fine text is well defined and tiny details on some of my well, the patriarchy isn't going to fuck itself (black & white) iphone case high resolution test images looked sharp and clear, The screen's also bright and has excellent colours, The deep blue of the skies on my favourite test video, Art of Flight, looked great, as did the flurries of fine snow that are thrown out as snowboard legend Travis Rice cuts through the powder, The screen is a little on the reflective side, but the brightness goes some way to counter it, Office lights are handled well enough, but glaring outdoor sunlight might be more of a challenge..

The P2 runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, which is now a few steps behind the most recent version. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will soon be making its appearance more widely on new phones so it's a shame that Huawei hasn't loaded on a more recent version. Still, you'd be unlikely to tell much difference as Huawei's Emotion interface changes so much of Android that any visual difference between versions are impossible to spot. The first great smartphone of 2015. Beautiful and bold..with complications. The new no-compromise MacBook.

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