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Huawei P30 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10: the premium phones, head to head

Does Samsung or Huawei have the edge with their new flagships?

We're going to focus mainly on the standard Samsung Galaxy Note 10 here, but remember the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is coming too. It will have the same processor as the standard Note 10 and share a lot of features, but the Plus model will have a bigger screen (and cost more).

If you want as much phone as possible and you're prepared to spend to get it, then the Note 10 Plus might be worth considering. It's also expected to have a slightly better camera system than the standard Note 10, another reason to spend the extra cash.


These phones both expel bezels appropriate to the very edge of the screen, forgetting about a little cut (or tear) score at the top for the (single-focal point) forward looking camera. Around the back there's no requirement for a unique mark sensor – it's incorporated with the presentation – yet the two phones have a triple-focal point back camera, with the three focal points organized vertically. 

As far as the genuine size of these phones, the Huawei P30 Pro comes shaking a 6.47-inch OLED show with a 1,080 x 2,340 pixel goals. That is somewhat greater than what's been reputed for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, tipped to show up with a 6.3-inch AMOLED screen and a 1,440 x 3,040 pixel goals. 

We know the Huawei P30 Pro is accessible in a scope of alluring shades – Aurora, Amber Sunrise, Breathing Crystal, Pearl White and... er... Dark – yet so far we don't know about the Note 10 (past the fairly evident dark). At this moment we figure the Huawei phone may be the most attractive of the two, however we'll hold back to perceive what Samsung concocts.


If you put the most powerful phones of 2019 into a table based on performance then the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Huawei P30 Pro are likely to be right up there at the very top. Inside the Huawei P30 Pro we've got the super-speedy Kirin 980 that Huawei makes itself, as well as 6GB or 8GB of RAM, and 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of internal memory (expandable via storage card).

We think the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is going to come rocking the Snapdragon 855 Plus or Exynos 9825 processor (depending on where in the world you live), plus 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. There should be a memory card slot available as well, if previous Samsung phones (like the Note 9) are anything to go by.

As for cameras, we're expecting these phones to be very well matched, both in terms of the specs on paper and the end results. The Huawei P30 Pro comes with a quad-lens setup – a 40MP wide angle lens, an 8MP telephoto lens, a 20MP ultra wide lens and a time-of-flight (TOF) depth sensing camera. The Note 10, meanwhile, is said to feature a triple-lens 12MP + 16MP + 12MP rear camera.


Both these phones accompany the most recent variant of Android ready, however we incline toward Samsung's interpretation of it as opposed to Huawei's. Concerning future updates, it looks as if Huawei and Google will be permitted to work together for the present, so in the event that you decide on the Huawei P30 Pro, you shouldn't need to stress over being gotten between a rock and a hard place with an obsolete adaptation of the OS. 

Different highlights: the Huawei P30 Pro gives you the most noteworthy IP68 residue and water opposition, and accompanies support for remote charging as well. You don't get a 3.5mm earphone jack. Regardless we're sitting tight for the subtleties of the Galaxy Note 10 to be affirmed, yet it looks as if the phone will coordinate the Huawei handset with those highlights. 

One region where the Galaxy Note 10 will have the edge over the Huawei P30 Pro is in its stylus support, as the packaged S Pen. The word is that the S Pen will offer more highlights than any other time in recent memory this time around, including support for air motions, enabling clients to control the Note 10 without contacting it.


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