Installation fails for me! But, I don't think it's necessarily the iso's fault. I decided to test it on new hardware: a UEFI-boot Chuwi Hi10 Pro with an intel Atom x5-8300 and eMMC storage the XFCE live-cd is unable to probe 3/4ths of the drive and can't format or mount the partition I've set aside for the install. fdisk works fine, it lists all the partitions, but I can't tell the kernel about 'em (partprobe fails). I can boot Win10 on the machine, make my partition, open a VirtualBox xfce16.10 session with raw disk access in efi mode, and apparently do everything from there; but there's no sign of the bootloader in BBS or UEFI menus.
I'm convinced that kernel 4.4 is just too old -- 4.81 is about where we start to see proper Atom and eMMC support -- but I haven't been able to create an install medium off XFCE 16.10 on a newer kernel, ie., by adding "kernel=linux49" to the xfce profile.conf and using buildiso: it fails when writing the efi shell1 (iirc, "make_efi()") with a "there is no space left on the device" error. Has anyone got a Manjaro install iso built on a new kernel?