Mobile

Best Huawei Mobile Phones You Can Buy Right Now  

The speed, battery life, camera, and screen appeal of smartphones are all being improved every day. Huawei continues to show its ability to build fast and powerful smartphones which have amazing processing speed, increased internal storage of up to 128 GB, elongated battery life, and they all come with crystalline and stronger screens that have made them more attractive and safer to use.

It is important to note that the new models are focused on improving interaction and usability. There are also new upcoming models of folding phones which are revolutionizing the smartphones.

Huawei P30 Pro

P30 Pro has a 6.47-inch display with a screen resolution of 1080 by 2340 pixels, running with Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system. It is powered by Octa core paired with 8GB RAM. It has an internal storage of 256GB. In addition, the rare camera is triple lensed with 40mp +20mp and 8mp for zooming-in big pictures.

The battery has a capacity of 4200mAh that can last up to 2 two days.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro

This new version demonstrates how Huawei has continued to produce some of the best camera technologies. Mate 20 Pro has a triple lens camera with 40mp, 20mg, and 8mg lenses combining to give ultra-detailed photos. The phone is also able to use artificial intelligence to turn images taken in near darkness to light. It has a 128 GB internal storage and 6 GB RAM. Its design is gorgeous featuring a dual-curved QHD AMOLED panel. The 4200mAh battery can last two days. It has a fast wall plug charger with a speed of 40W.

Mate 20 pro can charge other phones wirelessly which is very cool and comes with an unlocked device that allows you to use any network. The model has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner which enables you to unlock the phone or apps easily.

Huawei Mate 20

The overall design of this model is not very different from that of Mate 20 pro. It has a narrower cut-out at the top. Mate 20 is larger with a Full HD+ 6.53-inch display. It also has a fingerprint scanner for quick access and the Kirin 980 processor which makes it fast. The RAM is 4GB with an internal storage of 128GB. It has three outer cameras with the main shooter having 12mp joint a 16mp wide angle lens for big pictures and 8mp zoom-in lens. The battery has a capacity of 400mAh which can last at least one day.

Huawei Mate X

The Mate X is cool. You can use it as a phone or a tablet. It is designed with three screen modes and a sophisticated camera design with four cameras. It has a re-designed Leica Camera system that perfectly balances the slim body and enhances grip. In the phone mode, it has a 6.6-inch display, and when folded out, you get an 8-inch tablet.

With the world’s fastest 55W Huawei supercharge, you can charge your phone up to 85% in just 30 minutes.

Huawei P20 Pro

Although it may not have the latest technology, Huawei P20 Pro has 40MP primary camera joined by a 20MP monochrome sensor and an 8MP lens that allows you to zoom in big pictures. Huawei P20 Pro uses Kirin 970 processor which is still very fast with 4GB RAM and a 128GB internal storage. It has a 6.1-inch Full HD+ Full View display and a 4000mAh battery with Huawei Supercharger. It also has an IR facial recognition and a fingerprint sensor used for unlocking the phone.

Huawei P20

Although the Huawei P20 shares the same features as the Pro model, it has a 12MP primary outer camera that is joined by a 20MP monochrome sensor which makes it perfect for a selfie, 3D Portrait lighting, and capturing living moments. It is powered by Kirin 970 paired with 4GB RAM and a 128GB storage. P20 has a 3400mAh large battery with Huawei supercharger and an IR facial recognition and fingerprint sensor.

Conclusion

If you want a high-speed phone, you can go for Huawei. They are relatively cheap, and the speed is impressive. Also, the battery will serve you well in case you are a busy person. The wireless charging option is super cool.

Be the FIRST to Know - Join Our Mailing List!

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Previous ArticleNext Article
Thanks for reading this article. If you're new here, why don't you subscribe for regular updates via RSS feed or via email. You can also subscribe by following @techsling on Twitter or becoming our fan on Facebook. Thanks for visiting!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Send this to a friend