The Huawei P20 doesn't stun as much upon early introductions as the P20 Pro, however, it's a considerable update on the power and outlook of last year's Huawei P10. The new features in the P20 pack a glass body, fresh colour patterns, an AI-toting processor and some other in the engine spec overhauls.
Design and Display
The appearance of top end Huawei smartphones has changed a considerable measure since the last series of the handset. It now has a glass rear instead of the all-metal body of the P10 and has a notable top of the line feel in the hand. The edges of the device houses metal strips, with the glass bending down toward those edges so it feels like this handset sits preferred in your hands. The 18.7:9 aspect ratio is something expected to see in a majority of the high-end smartphones in 2018, and there's further a notch on top of the show. The intriguing component here, which can't be seen elsewhere, is that you can successfully hit the notch on or off. As a matter, of course, the notch is on, and resembles much like the notch on devices like the iPhone X and Asus Zenfone 5: it sticks into the screen. Switching the notch 'off' conceals it by displacing the screen on both sides with a dark on-screen bezel. The time and alerts are shown in a similar place, however, the notch adequately ends up hidden – you will get a lesser screen, yet you may favour the tidier lines of the display. The display consists of a 5.8-inch LCD screen, with high resolution of 1080 x 2244. It's just Full HD, so doesn't look as staggering as telephones from any semblance of Samsung or LG, yet it's still sufficiently sharp for regular usage.
Performance and Specs
The new Kirin 970 chipset acts as the engine of the Huawei P20 similar to the flagship Mate 10 Pro. The phone packs 4GB of RAM as well, which ought to be all that could possibly be needed for general usage. The chip features a neural processing unit, and that’s one of the great ingredients Huawei is pushing on the P20, as it instils the phone with AI. This actually means the device is better at foretelling your moves before you perform them. The simplest method to clarify this is inside the programmed camera mode. If you point your camera at a cat, for instance, the camera will distinguish that you're taking a photo of an animal, and will consequently play around with the settings to streamline the camera for taking photographs of animals.
In the event that you've found out about the huge camera redesigns for the Huawei P20 Pro, don't anticipate those on the P20. It's still only a double back shooter here, with a 12MP f/1.8 RGB sensor and a 20MP f/1.6 monochrome one. There are a couple of changes, including new 'AI' modes, which we addressed prior and which take into consideration a superior programmed camera on the back of the device, yet there are no telephoto peculiarities like on the Pro. All things considered, the camera was at that point noteworthy on the Huawei P10, so these slight programming upgrades should improve a solid present. The device has additionally been somewhat enhanced, remarkably as far as the aperture area. There's additionally now a 960 frames slow-motion mode that captures at 720p, yet while the innovation functions admirably. However, you've just got a little window of time in which to press the capture button, and you have to time it flawlessly to get a perfect shot. It's likewise scarce behind the best slow-mo shooters considering the phones from Sony can record at 960fps out of 1080p. On the front of the Huawei P20, there's an incredible 24MP selfie shooter, which can catch in flawless detail.