Huawei P20 is a little over a year old; the material was revealed in March 2018 at an event in Paris and upset the smartphone business with its triple camera system incorporating a night mode into its software.
The P20 Pro camera system is incredibly capable and takes commendable pictures in various conditions.
Huawei's flagship product for 2018 includes a set of photographs featuring a 40-megapixel, 20-megapixel main monochrome and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens.
The latter is able to provide an optical zoom to three times for Android fans.
In addition to offering what's left of one of the best camera systems available, the P20 Pro also comes with a bright and vivid 6.1-inch OLED display that offers a resolution of 1080×2240 and a density of 408 pixels per inch.
In addition, the P20 Pro comes with a huge 4000 mAh battery, a fast processor and superb design, especially when it is presented in its Twilight color variant.
Since its release, the Huawei phone has plunged into the price and is currently sold on Amazon for just £ 529.
Such a figure will surely appeal to fans of Android who want to upgrade their device without breaking the bank.
However, many are probably wondering if they should buy a cheap P20 Pro or the brand new Huawei P30 Pro handset.
The P30 Pro dramatically increases the performance of the P20 Pro with a host of new features, the most notable being its new camera system that has four lenses.
In addition to offering a new 40 megapixel main sensor that leaves more light overall, the P30 Pro also boasts a very wide-angle system that can hold a multitude of subjects in a single take, a time-sensitive sensor. flight and a new zoom lens.
The latter is easily the most innovative feature introduced by the P30 Pro and allows the camera to provide 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom.
While such features may seem trivial or even unnecessary, on paper, Express.co.uk found that the periscope-type system used made us take distant photos or objects, as noted in our comprehensive review of the device.
We said: "The biggest success of this sensor is the fact that it actually encourages the user to experiment with the zoom, something that no smartphone had so far in recent memory.
"During our extensive testing with the P30 Pro, we got used to zooming to distant objects just to see if the handset was able to take a sharp picture."
In addition to its new set of cameras, the P30 Pro also has a larger screen than the P20 Pro, surrounded by a minimal number of glasses.
The P30 Pro comes with a 6.47-inch OLED display that has a resolution of 1080×2340 and a density of 398 pixels per inch.
The contours of the screen of the P30 Pro being so small, it means that there is no room for a fingerprint reader.
Huawei has instead placed the P20 Pro player under the screen, as is currently proposed on the Mate 20 Pro.
The P30 Pro also has a bigger battery than the P20 Pro and offers one of the best lives Express.co.uk has ever seen.
Finally, the P30 Pro also has a faster processor than the P20 Pro and offers, in our opinion, a superior design.
Here's how the P20 Pro and P30 Pro compare in a number of important areas:
• Screen – OLED 6.1 inch
• Processor – Kirin 970
• Battery – 4000 mAh
• Camera – 40 megapixel main sensor, 20 megapixel monochrome sensor, 8 megapixel telephoto sensor
• Fingerprint sensor – physical drive at the front of the device
• Screen – OLED 6.47 inches
• Processor – Kirin 980
• Battery – 4,200 mAh
• Camera – 40 megapixel main sensor, 20 megapixel ultra wide angle telephoto sensor, 8 megapixel, TOF sensor
• Fingerprint sensor – Optical drive under the screen
Android fans looking to upgrade their device on a limited budget will certainly not be disappointed if they opt for a P20 Pro. In particular, its price is now over £ 500.
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P20 Pro remains one of the best smartphones on the market for everything it does.
However, those who want to use the latest and best Android device, especially a device with an extremely innovative camera system, should get a P30 Pro.
The material represents a substantial improvement over its predecessor and we believe that its added features are worth it, especially for photography enthusiasts.