That's all good but for me, my Huawei would have to be inoperable for me to switch to anything else. Buying these BBK "Chinese" phones puts money in the hands of American chip companies who use that money to stay ahead of the Chinese competition. Buying Huawei puts your money in the hands of Chinese companies that will use it to forever break America's technological pull so that they may never sanction anyone again without being laughed at. As a purely technical comparison, what you wrote is all fine, but when I'm making a purchase, I see this Huawei vs Other phones issue as investing in bullets for my gun vs investing in bullets for the guns of people who want to kill me.I got a Huawei Mediapad M4, and this tablet feels hot under high stress, such as playing games. I also got the M5, which runs a lot cooler and I play games on it everyday. My devices with Snapdragon 835, 845 and 855 are also a lot cooler than previous Snapdragons, each generation is cooler and faster than the previous. I do feel that Huawei makes better tablets than Samsung, and the Huawei version of Android is better than Samsung's. The M6 no longer has Google Play Services and I cannot use that for gaming since I rely on a Google login for some games.
BBK's version of Android such as Color OS still feels closer to vanilla Android than Xiaomi's or Huawei's version of Android that tries to overlay and mimic iOS features and look. Android has its own community of enthusiasts, and in the US, the OnePlus line is the one that is most sought after, and this is long before Huawei lost Google support. OnePlus remains, and is considered by this community to be the pinnacle of Android phones, even against Google's own flagship Pixel line and whatever Samsung has put out this year, last year, and the year before.
Compared to other smartphone companies, each BBK subsidiary produces high end phones and they even compete against one another. All these are beautiful phones.
Xiaomi made a big hit in the US last year with the Pocophone F1. It quickly developed a legendary reputation in the US, but Xiaomi failed to deliver a successor for this phone this year.
Last year, we saw the birth of the dedicated gaming phone, just like we have dedicated gaming PCs.
This is perfect if you like to run mobile shooter hits like PUBG mobile, Fortnite or Call or Duty mobile, which people nickname as Mobile Duty. Note that Tencent plays a big factor in all three games, and that's a separate story of how Chinese companies have risen to dominate mobile gaming.