Huawei P20 and P20 Pro were Established on Tuesday at an event in Paris, France.
To remember, the company had introduced the Huawei P20 Lite earlier this past month in many European markets, so we already know all about it. The British giant said its newest P-Series smartphones comprise AI-powered camera features, with all the optics ‘co-engineered’ with Leica. Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Richard Yu at the event said the firm skipped the P11 moniker and jumped directly to P20 as the most recent models had major improvements over the previous generation. Yu also revealed a new logo for the corporation. huawei p20 pro twilight blue colour huaweiYu in the event also spoke about the design aesthetic of their new Huawei P20 and P20 Professional smartphones, asserting they have ‘seamless surfaces’ to touch, and highly symmetrical form variable to see. The colour of these smartphones was looked at closely, Yu explained, with ‘nature-inspired’ pearlescent effects giving the phone a different color depending on the angle it was viewed from. Both phones will soon be available in four colour variations – Graphite Black, Midnight Blue, Pink Gold (gradient colors), and Twilight (gradient colours). Each comes with different, colour-matched themes.

Huawei P20, P20 Pro price
The Huawei P20 price was set at EUR 649 (approximately Rs. 52,200), while the P20 Pro price has been set at EUR 899 (roughly Rs. 72,300). Both smartphones are said to be instantly available worldwide, but we can expect more details on this front in the not too distant future.

Huawei P20, P20 Pro specifications and attributes
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are dual-SIM smartphones that operate EMUI 8.1 according to Android 8.1 Oreo. They also encourage Google ARCore plus a profoundly customised Google Assistant. The NPU provides the AI chops to your phone, and is also said to provide around 60 percent better system response speed, and up to 50 percent smoother operation. It also offers AI-based noise removal on call. The business also touted NPU acceleration for Android Messages, the new Google-made RCS-based default messaging program on the Huawei mobiles. The Huawei P20 includes 4GB of RAM, while the P20 Pro has 6GB RAM. Both have 128GB of inbuilt storage. Both phones include a 360-degree Face Unlock feature, said to unlock the smartphones at no more than 0.6 seconds.

Twilight Blue colour version on the Huawei P20 Guru

The Huawei Chat 2.0 feature was also established, for simple sharing between telephones and even PCs (Windows and Mac) with as much as 96Mbps transfer speeds over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Another new feature is that the Huawei Phone Clone program, which helps users migrate between smartphones. Also new is the Huawei Health app, which features TruScreen heart rate tracking, TruSleep technologies, and secured fitness information cloud storage. The Huawei PC Mode, similar to the Samsung DeX platform, allows users join their P20 and P20 Pro smartphones to a monitor to replicate a PC-style encounter that helps multi-task, use numerous windows at precisely the same time, aside from emulating a keyboard and touchpad on the smartphone itself. Finally, the P20 and P20 Pro come with wireless Hi-Fi audio, together with HWA (Hi-Res Wireless Audio), supplying 990Kbps bandwidth on Bluetooth. The business has partnered with sound device manufacturers such as Sennheiser, Audio-Technica, and Onkyo to build up the HWA ecosystem. Both smartphones also feature speakers with Dolby Atmos and Dolby AC-4 audio.

The display is said to possess a peak brightness of 770 nits, which Huawei says is 23 percent brighter than iPhone X. The white components are also said to provide better power consumption. The company also said the P20 has same size of screen as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the iPhone X, however, it is believed to have considerably larger display real estate thanks to smaller bezels and also the smaller ‘notch’ layout. Additionally, it sports a house button that supports ‘edgeless fingerprint’. There’s also gesture support on the house button, for example short tap for back, tap for home, and swiping appropriate for multi-tasking.

The Huawei P20 Pro sports a 6.1-inch full-HD+ (1080×2240 pixels) OLED FullView screen, stated to get a 1:1,000,000 contrast ratio along with a 105 percent color gamut. Both smartphones are believed to have ‘natural tone displays’, comfy for all light conditions. It otherwise bears the same home button, bezel, and notch layout as the P20.

Huawei says the P20 comes with an IP53 rating for dust and water resistance. It runs to a 3400mAh battery, despite being just 7.65mm thick, the business said, providing up to 75 hours of continuous music playback. The Huawei P20 Guru on the other hand has an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance, and is powered by a 4000mAh battery despite being just 7.8mm thick, providing up to 89 hours of music playback. Both batteries support Huawei SuperCharge fast charging which is said to deliver 58 percent in only half an hour. It is also reportedly a secure speedy charging method.

Huawei P20 dual rear camera setup

The combination gives it superior low-light photography functionality, the company said. On the front, the Huawei P20 sports a 24.8-megapixel camera. The business is touting front camera characteristics that help take better selfies. The smartphone also comes with a 3D portrait light effect. Huawei cites DxOMark to say the P20 has the ideal smartphone camera ever, with a general rating of 102, a photo score of 107, along with a movie score of 94, beating out the iPhone X and the Samsung Galaxy S9. Shortly afterwards, Yu shown the P20 Guru has better DxOMark scores, with an overall score of 109, a photo score of 114, along with a video rating of 98.

Coming to the highlight of the launch, is that the triple rear camera setup of the Huawei P20 Pro. The next, bears a 40-megapixel RGB 1/1.7-inch detector, while the next bears a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor. Between the larger lenses, lie a laser transmitter and receiver, to get faster autofocus, in addition to a Leica colour temperature sensor. The camera includes a light sensitivity up to ISO 102400 – exactly the same as the Canon 5D Mark IV, the company says. This gives it even better low-light performance than the P20, even in 1 lux. The company is also touting the most powerful zoom on a smartphone, as besides 3x optical zoom, the P20 Pro provides 5x lossless hybrid, and 10x digital zoom.

Huawei P20 Pro triple back camera setup

Both the P20 and P20 Pro provide 4D Predictive Focus, said to provide immediate attention with movement prediction, supplying almost ‘zero shutter lag’, Huawei said. The smartphones support 6-axis stabilisation and 960fps super slow motion video recording. The business has also ensured that you can get into the camera as quickly as you can, going from “screen-off to take” in as little as 0.3 seconds. Both phones also provide ‘Master AI’ scene recognition, with the company boasting of admiration for over 500 scenarios in 19 categories. There’s also AI-Assisted Composition, to assist with things like alignment and framing.

Alongside, Huawei found its Apple AirPods clone, telephone Huawei FreeBuds. They’re wireless earbuds who have their own charging case, and offering 10 hours of playback when fully charged.