Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched their new flagship device the P20 Pro, the company also unveiled their standard P20 at a recent glitzy event in Paris.
We will start with the Huawei P20, although smaller of the two new devices it still packs a considerable punch, the display is 5.88 inch and boasts an FHD+ screen with a resolution of 2244 x 1080px, and the device weighs 165 grams.
Selfie lovers will be amazed at the new 24-megapixel front-facing the camera, yes that’s right 24-megapixel!
As for the rear cameras, the phone is replete with two lenses of 20-megapixels and 12-megapixels.
The new device carries 4GB of RAM and 12 GB of internal storage, the brain behind the phone is the Huawei in-house Kirin 970 processor that powers the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system.
Talking of power, the phone has a 3,400mAh battery which should be enough to get you through the day for normal usage.
Now on to the bigger brother, the Huawei P20.
This device has a 6.1-inch screen, with a Full HD+OLED screen, but let talk about the three cameras on the rear.
Whilst Huawei smartphones have had two cameras on the back for some time, the new flagship phone has a third which is a telephoto camera.
Three cameras allow for 3x optical zoom and Huawei’s own artificial intelligence stabilisation.
The Pro gets an extra 2GB of RAM over the P20 and 128GB in storage is available, the device uses the same Kirin 970 processor.
Users who are prone to dropping your phone in puddles, sinks, baths etc. will be happy to know that the P20 Pro is waterproof, however, the P20 standard is not.
The battery comes in at a whopping 4,000mAH which are bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S9+.
Release date and pricing in Thailand is yet to be confirmed but expect in the region of 27,000 THB for the P20 and 36,000 THB for the P20 Pro.