Huawei P20 Pro
The Huawei P20 Pro is the Chinese manufacturer’s latest flagship smartphone, and in terms of camera tech, is arguably the most innovative. P20 Pro is present in three versions – with 64, 128 and 256 GB of storage. In general, there are options for both the most undemanding and economic users, and for photography buffs who can store pictures and video in the device’s memory; media content in high quality weighs a lot and this is the main type of files that clog up the memory of a smartphone. The last bright design element of P20 Pro is its coloring, which once set the trend for the gradient design of smartphones. Now we can’t even imagine the industry without these fervent colors. But do not forget who’s boss – it is Huawei P20 Pro that put an end to boring back plates.Huawei P20 Pro Price is very very low correspondence to it’s features. Huawei P20 Pro is a large 6-inch smartphone, but I think everyone is already accustomed to this size, because it is the most popular today. In fact, it has the dimensions of a classic 5.5″ smartphone and a large screen size is achieved by reducing the bezels and 18.7:9 aspect ratio. Huawei’s P20 Pro uses AI and auto modes to offer a similar simple experience, but if you spend a bit more time with the camera your window into the world is unlimited. The Huawei P20 Pro is one of the first smartphones we have seen with three distance camera lenses on the back. The top one is an 8 megapixel telephoto lens, the middle one is a 40 megapixel RGB lens, and the bottom one (set apart by itself) is a 20 megapixel mono lens. The only lens experience missing, and one that LG continue to make distinctive on its flagship devices, is a wide-angle variant. Maybe we’ll soon see a Huawei device with four rear cameras to include this capability too. Most telephoto lenses on smartphone offer 2x optical zoom, but the P20 Pro’s supports 3x optical. Hybrid zoom up to 5x is available through an intelligent, automatic balancing of the lenses by Huawei. Huawei labels its technology Light Fusion and combines four pixels into a single large pixel, called pixel binning, in order to capture more light and minimize loss in quality. Thus, you won’t actually get a massive file when shooting with this camera, so don’t worry about burning through your internal storage. Huawei definitely helps you improve your techniques and does all it can to aid your prowess, but other phones can get similar results with some effort too. Huawei Kirin processors support a neural processing unit (NPU) with artificial intelligence baked into the hardware. By default, Master AI mode is enabled in the settings. This results in the phone attempting to identify your subject in 19 different categories and then adjusting the lighting and settings to match that category. Categories include cat, dog, food, portrait, night shot, blue sky, flowers, beach, and more. “Darken interface colors” buried in the battery settings and now the P20 Pro has a global dark mode with blacks. There is a ton of functionality in the Huawei P20 Pro.