Despite the competition among phone manufacturers, Huawei reaches the market with an aspiration and make a place for itself among smartphones by manufacturing Huawei P40 Pro, which once again rival Samsung and Apple in the highest segment of the market.
Huawei P40 Pro is one of the most exciting phones of 2020 announced on March 26, 2020 and released on April 07, 2020 despite the company situation.
Huawei was confident that it can overcome this significant obstacle that had with Google in 2019 by promoting Huawei Mobile Services by including its own application store known as the App Gallery.
Huawei P40 Pro Specs
- 6.58 inches screen size
- Android 10; EMUI 10 (no Google Play Services)
- 8GB RAM,
- 256GB Internal Memory
- 50 MP, f/1.9, 23mm (wide)
- Infrared face recognition, fingerprint sensor
- Non-removable Li-Po 4200 mAh battery
- Phone color: Silver Frost, Blush Gold, Deep Sea Blue, Ice White, Black
For this reason, the company has put the Huawei P40 Pro up for sale. The phone is simple, but, in turn, it will also be difficult to convince a person to pay around $1,329.00 for a phone and still the owner will not be able to enjoy many of the applications to which the owner is used to such as google, play store etc
Huawei P40 Pro Plus Price
Despite Huawei challenges with google, the company still want to try their luck. And for this, it has built Huawei P40 Pro to compete with Galaxy S20 family or Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro.
However, the Huawei P40 Pro is a product that draws attention itself. The curved glass in four directions –which dominates the front– gives it a different look than its competitors.
The back is an indisputable success. The matte finish glass is very pleasant to the touch; the rear photographic module layout is well resolved; and the new range of colours transmits greater security, elegance and timelessness than the strident gradients of the previous generation.
The screen on the sides, like many other high-end smartphones. Huawei P40 Pro can be striking, For example some elements of the interface can seize such as keyboard keys, making it difficult to press. For future versions, it would be positive to reduce the radius of curvature or simply do without it.
Another thing about the phone screen is the double perforation through which the front cameras emerge. This solution is successful, as it allows the screen to be extended a little more towards the edges.
Regarding the quality of the panel itself, the 6.58-inch OLED of the Huawei P40 Pro offers a good image quality, although it remains one step behind other products such as the Galaxy S20 Ultra or the iPhone 11 Pro, whose screens OLEDs have been recognized as the most advanced in the industry in terms of color accuracy, brightness levels, etc.
The screen has a 90 Hz refresh rate, which greatly enriches the experience of using the product. Everything feels much more fluid which greatly enriches the experience of using the product. Any movement or transition that takes place on the interface is much smoother, more continuous and fluid. The rate, however, is not as high as the 120 Hz of the OnePlus 8 Pro or the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which set the tone in this regard.
As far as colour representation is concerned, the Huawei P40 Pro activates by default an image mode that supersaturates colours to attract consumer attention. This practice, also visible in other competing models, turns out to be an error, since it leads the user to make incorrect photographic edits, ends certain nuances in the reproduction of multimedia content, etc. The setting can easily be changed in the device settings, but it would be nice if, by default, the Huawei P40 Pro displayed neutral and lifelike colors, rather than loud and unnecessarily flashy tones.
If there is one aspect in which Huawei intends to attract attention, that is the photography. The photographic proposal that the Huawei P40 Pro brings with it is extremely effective and versatile.
The backbone of it all is the 50-megapixel sensor, which not only has higher resolution but is also larger. This is the most organic and natural way to improve a camera and get better results, making it a very wise decision.
In very dark environments, the P40 Pro captures much more light than its direct rivals. The difference is surprising. Still, I think the iPhone 11 Pro algorithms are still a step above when it comes to handling certain details related to lighting, color, textures, etc
As far as autonomy is concerned, the behaviour of the Huawei P40 Pro is quite solid . It will not lead the absolute rankings, but it does remain in the same range as other teams such as the iPhone 11 Pro or the Huawei P30 Pro, both recognized for their great autonomy.