Samsung vs Huawei
Samsung help u discover a wide range of Smartphones with all of its newly introduce cutting edge technology that took your experience of using a smartphone to a completely level that enhances your interface compatibility with use Personal devices that brings the high level of user convenience and style that Samsung is known for the Android OS. Instead of complicated settings, Samsung always strives for better option. Whereas if we talk about Huawei now, Huawei is the leading global provider of Smart devices and bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world, making innovation meaningful to it consumers. Huawei was named the world’s 68th most valuable brand in Best Global Brands 2018. Since then Huawei have recently announced to use a totally new Huawei flagship technology in its upcoming new phones which can also bring some new challenges for this company.
Recently Samsung and Huawei has recently announced about a new technology smart phone and both of them claims to be the best in mobile phone industry. Let’s see which of them stands on their commitments by viewing their specifications and how they really are.
Samsung Galaxy S9+ VS Huawei P20 Pro Display:
Samsung has introduces a new smartphone in 2018 in the name of Samsung galaxy 9 Plus is using a 6.2-inch 1440 x 2960 Super AMOLED Screen that sharpen the edge display screen. The S9+ has a slightly larger, Curved and significantly sharper screen then Huawei, While Huawei P20 Pro uses a 6.1-inch 1080 x 2240 OLED comes with a flat display which deliver sterling contrast and deep blacks.
Both cell phones have different dimensions of course, and then Galaxy S9 Plus is thicker at 8.5mm to the P20 Pro’s 7.8mm.
There’s an octa-center Kirin 970 chipset controlling the Huawei P20 Pro. That is the most recent top of the line chipset from Huawei and it joins 6GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus additionally has 6GB of RAM and either a Snapdragon 845 chipset or an Exynos 9810 (depending on where you are in the world), yet they’re both best end octa-core chipsets and the two forms likewise accompany 6GB of RAM.
So in principle there shouldn’t be an enormous measure of distinction between the power and execution of the Huawei P20 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, however we’ll tell you precisely how well the previous holds up when we’ve put it through a full survey, while the last we’ve observed to be similarly as amazing as you’d expect a top tier flagship to be.
Battery life could be one of the huge contrasts between these two Smartphones, as while the Galaxy S9 Plus has a sufficiently large 3,500mAh one, the P20 Pro has a much greater 4,000mAh one – and with a lower resolution display to drive. P20 Pro can push into a solid second day with moderate usage. Push harder, while you can still expect a full day of taxing usage. In comparison to that Galaxy S9+ better suited for a full day of usage including gaming time of 5 hours, it also has wireless charging.
They’re also water resistant, though to different extents. The Huawei P20 Pro is IP67 certified, meaning it can be submerged up to 1 meter deep in water for up to 30 minutes, but the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus tops it with IP68 certification, allowing it to be submerged up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes.
Regarding Storage, they have the equivalent interior reserve of 128GB to work with – yet just the Galaxy S9+ takes microSD cards to expand upon that count. Without a doubt, 128GB may be bounty for a great deal of clients, yet the choice to include more is constantly valued.
Note that the Galaxy S9+ keeps the 3.5mm earphone port while the Huawei P20 Pro has lost it. You’ll get a USB-C dongle connector for conventional earphone plugs, yet that is not really perfect.