With the arrival of the new Huawei P20 Pro in the smartphone market, the choice has increased. The new Android smartphone from the Chinese company values the build quality, design and photographic quality.
The Huawei P20 Pro managed to take first place on the podium in DxOMark tests. This means that if you are looking for a photo smartphone, the Huawei P20 Pro is probably the right choice.
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Even with terminals like the Samsung Galaxy S9 +, iPhone X or even Google Pixel 2XL on the market and rated by the same company, the new Huawei P20 Pro has almost unbelievably outperformed all competitors.
Unfortunately this did not happen with the performance of the equipment. The terminal arrives supported by the Kirin 970 processor, with 6GB of RAM and NPU, but even with these specifications the terminal was considerably below the Android competitors in the market.
Huawei P20 Pro hits the market with Android 8.1 and EMUI 8.1
Note that benchmarks are not everything, but they are a simple way to make quick performance comparisons. In almost every benchmark it's not just the power that counts. The interaction between the User Interface and the user experience is also a strong point.
Although EMUI is loved by many, we all know that Huawei's User Interface is far from perfect, both in use and for performance.
That's why Gsmarena benchmark testing on the Huawei P20 Pro is not that convincing. The terminal is tested by GeekBench and AnTuTu. In all tests the smartphone fell considerably below the Samsung Galaxy S9, Xperia XZ2 or even your iPhone X.
As I mentioned, these tests do not confirm or belie the performance quality of this new Android. I fully believe that it can surprise you in many ways. However, when alongside competitors in performance scores, it cannot create the impact it has made on the photographic industry.
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