Huawei P20 Pro
Professional camera experience
Battery and fast charging
Eye-catching colour models
Speed of fingerprint
Capacitive fingerprint reader
Rear camera overhang
Non-water resistant structure
Design does not meet expectations
High price by segment
Lack of facial recognition system
Huawei P20 Pro Detailed Review
Huawei, which is frequently mentioned with its recent improvements in design and camera, continues to increase its sales figures steadily in Turkey as it has in other countries. Although there are firms and countries that want to be set on its unobtrusive growth, Huawei is not backing down the path it knows.
The company, which also finds itself involved in the technology wars, may have a hard time with Google’s removal from the Android list at last. But Huawei, which is still running on its own operating system, could bring a new mobile operating system into our lives by making a statement very soon.
If we look at the top of the P20 Series model, the P20 Pro, camera performance and hardware, although in the middle segment, looking at the sales figures, the upper segment will be challenging smartphones as well. Let’s take a closer look at the model.
Huawei P20 Pro Design
A small notch with cameras and sensors on the top of the phone, which has a very stylish appearance when viewed from the front, greets us. At the bottom end of the screen is the capacitive button, which serves as the fingerprint reader and the home button.
On the right are the power and voice control buttons that we used to use from Huawei. As with other huawei series, no buttons are positioned on the left side.
In our country, Black, Twilight, Pink Gold and midnight blue with a total of 4 colors on sale with the thickest point of the P20 Pro 7.8 mm. The weight is 180 grams.
Looking at the rear, as we can see in the P20, there are camera protrusions. The cameras are positioned with 2 vertical columns and 3 single at the bottom.
Huawei P20 Pro Display
The 6.1-inch 1080×2240 Full HD OLED display greets you when you open the box. Featuring 16 million colors, the display offers a vibrant display experience in high-light and sunny environments.
Protected by Gorning Gorilla Glass 5, the model’s display body ratio is 81.15 per cent
Offering 112% color saturation (NTSC), the display has a pixel density of 408 PPI.
Huawei P20 Pro Hardware
As a chipset, Huawei has entrusted the P20 Pro to HiSilicon 970 with artificial intelligence support. Very stable and fast running processor is powered by 8 cores. The task distribution of the kernels is as follows::
High CPU requirements of 4 pieces 2.36 GHz Cortex A-73 cores support, while lower CPU and normal use cases of 4 pieces 1.8 GHz Cortex A-53 cores support.
The graphics unit used the Mali G72 MP12 and the 64-bit architecture processor is produced with 10 nm technology.
Instead of the 4 GB RAM used in his brother P20 as processor memory, 6 GB is preferred in the model, 128 GB’de internal memory is available.
Huawei P20 Pro Camera
Huawei is undoubtedly one of the first companies to come to mind when it comes to smartphone cameras. He seems to have taken the right step, especially given that photography is so common in Far Eastern countries.
Huawei, in this model, artificial intelligence-assisted one in the front, three in the back of the camera with a total of four. Based on the camera specifications;
Front camera: the front camera has a 24 megapixel resolution, 30 fbs and an f/2.0 aperture, making 1080p video possible.
Rear main camera: at 40 megapixels, it houses 30 FBS and an aperture of f/1.8. The 2160p Full HD 4K camera offers a very professional photo and video experience.
Second camera: 20 megapixels and has an aperture of f/1.6. Another feature of the second camera, which features a Monochrome sensor, is that it takes black and white photos.
The third camera is the Telephoto lens, which has a resolution of 8 megapixels. with the f/2.4 aperture, 3x optical zoom is possible.
Huawei P20 Pro Battery
The company is also very generous about the battery, the P20 Pro has used a battery worth 4000 mAh. The sine qua non of smartphones, fast charging, has also not been forgotten.
However, the P20 Pro does not feature wireless charging.