I really can't wait to see what are they going to make... Today I sold my P20 Pro and bought a Note 9. I would not get a Huawei again even if it was the world's last phone.
Now I enjoy a phone that that can mute all the notifications at once and keep the ringtone on. A phone that I can plug my precious headphones in. A phone that does not scream if I cover the front camera. A phone that does not make misaligned images with tele camera. A phone where I can plug a micro SD inside, it does not restart itself and that it has a camera which is better in almost all ways, especially when you need it without the ugly huawei HDR, without ugly Huawei video, and without the funny catastrophic slow-mo video which looks like cut paper pieces moving over a fixed jpeg image. Also no need to plug any cables to charge it, and it's not fat as a hamburger.
My biggest mistake was trying to switch from Samsung. Never again.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2018It definitely doesn't. I just checked thinking maybe for close up details in those situations ... moreShow me 1 night time sample from the camera comparison article between P20 Pro and S9+ where S9+ wins out. I'll wait.
Berrykool, 14 Aug 2018Most probably by 2020, Huawei will unveil a 10-cam phone, 6 on the back, 4 for selfies. LOL. ;... moreActually in 2020 we will all move to foldable phones. they will be 1/2 size folded and same After folding them.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2018Here and everywhere. And tests show they clearly have their advantagesNope , They are always behind in graphics.
Dr. Chillo, 14 Aug 2018excuse me? factual? oh kid pleaseOk Roger. That's cool. You do make some odd tales
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2018When you have a factual and logical reply come backexcuse me? factual? oh kid please
SNA1970, 14 Aug 2018benchmarks are here on the siteHere and everywhere. And tests show they clearly have their advantages
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2018That's not true at allbenchmarks are here on the site
Most probably by 2020, Huawei will unveil a 10-cam phone, 6 on the back, 4 for selfies. LOL. ;) or could it be earlier?
Czarr, 13 Aug 2018No Thanks!!!. Chinese Govt Phoneignorant! lol
That notch though. I'd rather go for small bezels than an annoying, ugly notch.
The facts that I know how much p20 has improved over the years but still tho it was something that samsung have and that huawei don’t. Probably I was too practical on camera or ui or video smh... In fact I love how amazing the performance is but it just so hard to make me move forward from samsung... not to mentioned i love doing videos using samsung and the stabilisers way more smoother than huawei. But taking photos p20 seems like the winner so far
Not sure if "generation to generation" upgrade is relevant to anyone, what is relevant is whenever the phone is good (or best) in the class. Obviously, if you owner of Note8 then maybe generational upgrades are important in the opposite way i.e. if Note9 would be so much better you might feel like Note8 is getting outdated. As mentioned in the article itself Note8 was solid performer, so to expect massive upgrade in one generation is just unreasonable and not even desirable.
Nick Tagataka, 13 Aug 2018Hmm interesting, GSMArena's low light samples say otherwise.It definitely doesn't. I just checked thinking maybe for close up details in those situations might be different compared to scenes and just no.
Nick Tagataka, 13 Aug 2018Hmm interesting, GSMArena's low light samples say otherwise.So true! I don't know what he saw but S9 being better than P20 Pro in low light is far from the truth.
No Thanks!!!. Chinese Govt Phone
Foundation, 13 Aug 2018At least that's not the case in low light. S9's processing kills the fine textures at night an... moreYes they use a lot of noise reduction. Actually a tad less in low light it seems.
Regardless it still pulls ahead. Probably due to f1.5, full use of ois, and slightly better processing.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2018Hmm i myself am not loyal to a brand but when someone decides to go as low as to picking in qu... moreGood point there sir. Though there is not much of a difference between both IP ratings, we can still say that huawei fell short when it didn't give the full IP68 rating on its top-of-the-line P20 Pro. Huawei also have its flaws on its flagships. Well, it didn't give an IP rating on its standard P20, which is really absurd. Not to mention, it has a bad front camera in comparison to others in the flagship competition.
Kunal Raj, 13 Aug 2018Facts. This truth really hurts the blinded fanboys. Oh, you forgot the super slow quick charge... moreHmm i myself am not loyal to a brand but when someone decides to go as low as to picking in quick charge.. i might aswell state the fact of the huawei p20 pro's Ip rating... or there for lack of IP68 and only IP67