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- What is EMUI? — a closer look at Huawei’s Android skin
- EMUI: App drawer
- What is EMUI? A closer look at Huawei’s Android skin
This flagship delivers the best compromise of fast and secure recognition on any phone running Google's software. While the Mate 20 Pro is still outclassed by the iPhone here, it does launch a valiant challenge to Apple's latest and greatest. Audio on the Mate 20 Pro sounds great thanks to the stereo speaker system present that has become pretty much standard on most leading flagships. The placement of the rear speaker inside the USB-C ports means we never accidentally covered it with our hands. However, it is worth noting the audio from the Mate 20 Pro sounded slightly more tinny than we would like and did not get as loud as rival devices on the market such as the Google Pixel 3 XL.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers by far the most flexible camera system on the market thanks to its triple-array of snappers that are each incredibly capable. The device comes with a megapixel main sensor that is joined by a megapixel wide-angle and 8-megapixel telephoto lens respectively. The main sensor produces incredible photos with vast levels of detail retained, but it just misses out on ousting the Pixel 3 from its smartphone camera throne. Overall the Mate 20 Pro is not able to deal with HDR shots quite as effortlessly as Google's offering; for the most part instances saw the sun slightly more blown out on the Huawei.
The wide-angle sensor present allows for much more to be crammed into a shot and is a saving grace when you are struggling to fit a subject into a frame on the standard lens. Unlike the telephoto tools present on a number of other flagships, we found ourselves using the wide-angle lens with regularity. While the wide-angle system does mean you need to compromise slightly on the quality of your shots as the megapixel sensor is certainly not as capable as the megapixel main lens, the shot differentiation it provides is certainly worth the trade-off.
The wide sensor also doubles as as macro lens that allows you to get incredibly close to subjects with immense clarity. Add to all of that a telephoto system capable of delivering a 3-times optical zoom and you have the best combination of cameras on a smartphone right now. Colours in photos can be slightly exaggerated on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, but overall this is a camera system that consistently delivers laudable shots.
What is EMUI? — a closer look at Huawei’s Android skin
Artificial intelligence AI plays a big part in the camera system and is presented as a "master AI" toggle in the application's settings. This means the device should switch to a wide-angle lens by itself if it detects the subject is not fitting into the main lens, or moving to the macro system when you get incredibly close to an object. During our testing we found the AI worked extremely well and once it identified an object and adjusted its settings accordingly, colour and focus was not drastically altered.
We found Huawei's AI was extremely helpful for subtly tweaking or photos to make them look more pleasing. Such a move seems geared towards social media sharing, but it can easily be turned off if the user would rather have a more true to life photo. But ultimately the megapixel sensor smoothes subject skin over far too much to be appealing, especially in low-light conditions. During our usage selfies lacked detail and were far too soft, most notably when using the device's HDR mode. That is not to say the Mate 20 Pro's front camera is unusable, but it certainly does not live up to its tantalising spec sheet.
Video on the Mate 20 Pro is a class act, but it certainly doesn't oust the iPhone Xs from its video throne. The Chinese flagship can record 4K video in up to 30 frames-per-second and we found video to be sharp and colours were colder than on rivals such as the Galaxy S9. Stabilisation is great and during our testing the microphone did a decent job at picking out our voice in a busy environment.
EMUI: App drawer
However, the admission of 4K at frames-per-second will be a deal-breaker for some that enjoy buttery smooth video. While storage can be expanded by up to GB, Huawei has introduced its own NanoMemory cards for the device, meaning microSD cannot be used here. The idea of having a smaller storage footprint is great, getting your hands on a NanoMemory card is ultimately more difficult and expensive. And the change in format means you cannot simply move all your files from your old microSD card onto your new Huawei handset.
The Chinese flagship is by far the most innovative of thanks to its futuristic in-display fingerprint reader, surprisingly functional reverse wireless charging feature and flexible array of cameras. In a period where smartphones appear to be struggling to introduce industry-altering innovations and noteworthy changes, the Mate 20 Pro gives consumers a score of great features to get excited about.
Huawei hasn't been shy in taking inspiration from other manufacturers in its delivery of the Mate 20 Pro, but the device's insistence on upping the ante in every regard means it simply outclasses a number of its rivals. Those wanting the ultimate Android device would be wise to pay it plenty of attention.
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The Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers the longest battery life we have seen in a smartphone this year Image: For everything your phone can do, this can do it better. Design and display On paper the Huawei Mate 20 Pro follows standard smartphone in procedure. Instead the back of the device looks more gunmetal grey and is tantalisingly sleek.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is powered by a Kirin processor that is built on a 7-nanometre process Image: Whatever your phone is capable of, chances are the Mate 20 Pro can do it better. Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers by far the most flexible camera system on the market Image: Battery Put simply, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers the longest battery life we have seen in a smartphone this year and the Chinese manufacturer should be heavily commended for delivering such accomplished life.
Draining the Chinese flagship is a tall order and requires a concerted effort in order to do so. Huawei Mate 20 Pro's main sensor produces incredible photos with vast levels of detail retained Image: This allows the Mate 20 Pro to wirelessly power other devices that lay on its rear panel.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro comes with a 6. Performance Huawei Mate 20 Pro is powered by the firm's own Kirin processor that is built on a 7-nanometre process. The Mate 20 Pro trumps the Pixel 3 with its shot diversity Image: Multitasking has been revamped with applications being stacked in a row format. The change is appreciated and provides a clear view of the content open in each. Huawei Mate 20 Pro most notably forgoes any kind of speaker at the bottom of the device Image: Huawei's standard black model of the Mate 20 Pro does not conform to smartphone norms Image: Camera Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers by far the most flexible camera system on the market thanks to its triple-array of snappers that are each incredibly capable.
But where the Mate 20 Pro trumps the Pixel is with its shot diversity. We found ourselves using the wide-angle lens on the Mate 20 Pro with regularity Image: Huawei Mate 20 Pro has a megapixel wide-angle camera system Image: Colours in photos can be slightly exaggerated on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro Image: If you're seeking a genuine flagship then you're looking right at one - although it's now bettered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Criticisms are few and far between: This is Huawei's crowning moment - all the near misses of the last few years have resulted in this superb phone.
The aggressive stance of Huawei and Honor is obvious: In this phone they packed in the same flagship grade hardware as other models, but they offer this big screen phone at an amazing price. The Honor Play pitches itself as a gaming phone, but in reality, this is a mid-priced Trojan Horse. It has power, great battery life, a great display and there's a capable dual camera too.
Some might not be so taken with the company's EMUI interface running over Android, but at this price, you really can't complain. The second phone from OnePlus in is an enticing option. It's great value for money and has a build quality that rivals all others on this list, with a great display and lots of power. The downsides of the OnePlus are no official IP rating, a speaker that's a little lacklustre and a camera that doesn't quite challenge the best. But otherwise, you're getting a fast phone with fast charging, great battery life and optimisation, all with a bloat-free user interface in Oxygen OS.
It's really the S Pen that makes a difference and it's the S Pen you've got to want. What's new is that the S Pen provides control that you don't get in any other smartphone - not just in the case of stylus input, but that it can now be used as a remote control for various functions, from controlling the camera to progressing through presentations. The Pixel 3 can never be discounted.
Despite some teething troubles, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL offer the best cameras on the market. It you're looking for a smaller format smartphone, then the Pixel 3 offers all that power without getting too big. It offers pure and clean Android 9 Pie with some Pixel extras and is mercifully free of bloat. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL isn't quite stellar when it comes to battery life, but it does offer wireless charging and waterproofing for a very complete handset.
Others offer more functionality out of the box, but there's no beating this camera when it comes to night shooting or portrait mode. It also has great speakers.
What is EMUI? A closer look at Huawei’s Android skin
A bit part of this comes down to the price. You're still getting Apple quality, you're getting all the speed and power and a great display and about the only loss is the size and the camera on the back.
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For the most part you'll get the same quality of images, but you do miss that zoom lens and there's a slight difference in the iP rating. But, the iOS experience is the same and the iPhone XR will likely give you a phone that will be more affordable for very few losses, so it worthy of consideration. For a number of years Honor has been offering a twist on parent-company Huawei's phones. The Honor 10's design shines, with a great glass finish with amazing colours that shift and change as you manipulate the phone. The Honor 10 might be priced like a mid-range phone, but the camera excels.
The phone is powered by much the same hardware that drives the Huawei P20, so it performs like a flagship. For some, however, the EMUI software might not appeal over phones that are closer to Android and the fingerprint scanner could be better. The message about design seems to have struck home and Sony has given us a phone that's a lot more competitive that some of its recent offerings.
Great design, a great display and lots of power all come together here in a package that holds its own against other flagships.