In March of this year Huawei rocketed the smartphone market with the launch of the P20 family , models with triple cameras that took the top of the DxOMark ranking , especially the variant P20 Pro , that continues at the top even after the arrival of rivals of weight, such as the Galaxy Note 9 and the iPhone XS . The TudoCelular finally tested the Chinese brand’s flagship car, to find out if it’s really the killer cameraphone.
In design Huawei made use of the notch to ensure better frontal utilization, but strangely kept the biometric sensor taking up a good space on a lower edge. The battery is 4000 mAh, which guarantees a medium range for a top of the line, and we have the performance below what is expected of the HiSilicon Kirin 970 to rival the popular Snapdragon 845.
But the great disappointment is in the cameras, they are good, but they did not show results that justify being above the rivals and with a difference as expressive as it shows the DxOMark. Its great advantage is the zoom that guarantees approximate images without major loss of quality.
Before this scenario we have to evaluate the whole package observing the amount charged by it. Here we have the promise of Huawei to return to the Brazilian market , something that would make the national scenario interesting for those looking for top-of-the-line smartphones. But that proposal has not gone out of the paper and the prices practiced out there are close to what Apple or Samsung charge for their solutions, counting with greater popularity.
On a bench with Galaxy Note 9, iPhone XS and P20 Pro, we would hardly choose the latter, you can see in detail the reasons in the review that can be accessed in the link below.
The Huawei P20 Pro is not yet officially found on the Brazilian market, but the P20 model can already be purchased in marketplaces for about R $ 3,500 , while the most powerful variant can be imported via the Banggood store for around R $ 3,300 (disregarding fees extras).