I see this phone in store but im not touch this phone because expensive
Melson, 16 Apr 2018What would you do on bluetooth 5? can you share to us the fraction of latency, then in which b... moreHi Nelson
I use a combination of MP3, FLAC and hi Res FLAC.
I have never used Bluetooth headphones as I am awaiting delivery of my first set so hopefully very soon.
The phone is a flagship and general most high end phones have 5.0, at £799 I hope to keep the P20 pro two to three years, the question for me is will it become an issue and have they included hardware for future firmware update.
Also unfortunately have to limit FLAC files especially hi-res due to not having a micro SD slot. Can't moan as I knew this when I ordered.
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2018People who say things like you are just trying to validate their own purchase that they wasted... moreThere is what the ecosystem of market revolves. Someone sells and someone has to buy it is either expensive or cheap it does not matter. So there is no problem to people who tend to buy a very expensive thing like new launched phone and etc because the market just need them to keep them rolling. Instead of giving thoughtful thoughts, you mislead because of your personal orientation. We need open mind no political inclination a pure opinion because unarguably P10 plus is currently at the tip of the phone industry.
Stevie W, 15 Apr 2018What a shame Huawei did not include either a micro SD card support or headphone jack. Noted on... moreWhat would you do on bluetooth 5? can you share to us the fraction of latency, then in which bit rate and frequencies you wish your music will be transmitted and heard. Where did you get you music my friend? What container does you music have, Mp3 of Flac?
Lolzzzz I can't stop myself luaghed over people who are saying that they need removable batteries
My dear fellows now SOCs work on 10nm structure and soon there will be 7nm based SOCs which are way friendly with power consumption
If your mobile Screen on time is below 4 hours then we can understand but if it's above 6 and in this particular case it's touching 7 hours or near to it then you don't need any spare battery at all
Secondly I will always go with a better battery performance rather than fooling myself with removable batteries that last just for 3 hours or a bit above that and then again charging is so ridiculously fats on this thing that we don't need removable batteries at all with Huawei super charge and winning combination of 4000 mah battery
Now I would like to tell some thing to this site reviewer as well they always argue about the Camera app in mobiles other than apple and Google and they say iPhone app and Pixel app is bla bla bla simple and at the same time they wish that iOS 1# should bring manual mode to their app and about Pixel they have same kind of feeling
Now thing is when you had packed so much hardware in the Camera you need supporting software for it as well, and the options can't be displayed on the screen for every feature other wise there would be nothing in view finder apart from icon and their functions that's why it's a bit complicated and I will take optimistic approach and will say it's feature rich app with plenty of features but if you don't want it then auto mode is always there, that's it
Now getting back to our multi talented reviewers commenting here so for you guys now smartphone market is jam packed we get almost 2 to 3 flagship cycles from almost 10 OEMs so better buy any of the flagship and it will serve you more than satisfactory way but
And a huge but as far as current breed of mobiles are concerned this thing is a pinnacle yet to be answered.
Peace from UAE
What a shame Huawei did not include either a micro SD card support or headphone jack. Noted on lots of reviews. It really would have been there on top of the pile for the money if they had included them.
Just typing this on the P20 pro and it really is great. However what is not mentioned alot is the lack of Bluetooth 5. Is this going to be an issue over time and is this phone going to get updated in the future? Thinking HTC 11, that did received the Bluetooth update as the hardware was there!
Home button in the bottom put me off buying it, as I think it looks outdated with it and it's useless except fingerprint scanner which could be in the back. Rest of the phone is super cool.
Had the phone only a few days now, but so far so good.
back of case feels grippy in hand and unlikely to slip/fall.
However, the flip side of this is its always covered in fingerprints and needing cleaned.
Box comes with USBC cable/plug also USBC/3.5mm adapted the best surprise was the usbc headphones in the box, super.
UK buyers also get to claim back free wireless headphones , so will see if they arrive once claimed.
Overall a good start from Huawei after the disaster that was a Moto-Z only lasted 11 months before dying, with awful support from Motorola, still trying to get my refund paid, 13 weeks after sending them my phone.
King Jay Kay , 14 Apr 2018Okay okay I got it I don't understand what does people want if you want everything then go... moreThose individual that are complaining are the most ignorant techie I've ever heard and if not, they simply doesn't know anything so they don't deserve our answers a waste of time.
LubenZz7, 14 Apr 2018Yes we need a removable battery cause for some people it's still 2005! goooooooood
Yes we need a removable battery cause for some people it's still 2005!
The earphones of the Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 pro are the free earphones of the Huawei P20 Lite?
BMW760, 13 Apr 2018Nice phone but a massive flaw. NON REMOVABLE BATTERY kills it for me aha!
Also, price a ripof... moreAll battery has to be put into the phone, so that means it can be taken out too.
Learn how to open up the phone and change it. I have changed it on several phones now, my current phone is 3 years old, battery performance is still the same. Maybe it does not overcharge and hence such long lasting.