Chinese mobile maker Huawei has today introduced its latest camera focused smartphones- the Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 pro to the Taiwanese market, making it the second market to have received the devices since they were first announced back in March.
The Chinese mobile maker Huawei had at a global event on March 27 announced the Huawei P20 and the P20 pro in Paris. China was the first to have received the Huawei P20 series, now followed by Taiwan, and will be preceded by India where the device will be launched on April 24, at least according to the latest press invite sent out by Huawei India.
The P20 and P20 pro will go on sale in Taiwan on May 1 at NT$20,900 (~$712) and NT$26,900 (~$916) in that order. Huawei also announced that its first brand flagship store in Taipei on would be opened on April 214/21.
The Huawei P20 Pro is arguably the best camera-centric smartphone till date. It boasts of a new feature never seen before in any device – a triple rear camera set up – that alone has placed it above every other device, including the flagship Galaxy S9 on DxOMark benchmarking platform list of best of best smartphones for photography. Aside from the Leica-engineered tri-camera setup, the device is also armed with a top-of-the-line processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage to boot and a deserved 4000mAh battery.
The Huawei P20 on the hand is a toned down variant of the Huawei P20 pro. First off, the tri-camera system has been replaced by a dual camera setup featuring 12-megapixel RGB sensor and 20-megapixel monochrome sensor, but retains the 24-megapixel front camera. While the P20 pro has the full IP67-rating against the ingress of water and dust, the base Huawei P20 unfortunately, is only IP53 for splash resistance. It gets a slightly compact 5.8-inch LTPS IPS LCD screen, but with same resolutions as the P20 pro, same Kirin 970 SoC, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage and a slightly reduced 3400mAh battery.