Wouxun has been selling ham radio / Part 90 handheld radios for a few years already, with steadily improving quality. The unconventional yet economical design approach of using two different transmit power transistors seems to be sound economically and technically.
Some of the compromises in performance include
The noise squelch has a too-narrow adjustment range–I can’t adjust it high enough for CSQ channels. This also stops the scanning despite having PL.
wide/narrow receiver filtering
I didn’t check but there might be only one receiver filter, and the audio gain adjusted only for wide/narrow switching.
Scanning speed is too slow, and it doesn’t exit to your original channel if you exit–an expected feature that is missing.
No true dual receiver
TDR button just scans between the two frequencies on display.
If scanning, the non-scanning freqeuncy is treated like a “priority scan channel” in traditional radios.
If I just think of it as a single-channel radio, then I can be satisified. In urban environments, the noise level is too high to hear more than a couple repeater well. If I was a more serious ham radio operator, I would look for a higher-priced radio.