Huawei P40 Pro
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Huawei P40 Pro

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  • Anonymous

No google play store? Buat why use android?

  • P40Pro+ vs P40Pro

Adyshore, 26 Mar 2020I really don't understand what is the difference between P40 Pro... moreThe Extras offered by P40Pro+ over P40Pro:

- An additional dedicated telephoto camera with a focal length of 80mm, with a much brighter lens, f2.4, much better than that of the zoom. This is a high quality telephoto camera dedicated to portrait photography.

- World's first smartphone periscope x10 optical zoom with continuously variable focal length from 23mm to 240mm.

- A special feel-good ceramic back covered with engraved micro-structures, created using an expensive and exclusive process borrowed from high-end jewelry making processes.

- Different memory and storage options; etc.

- Only a limited number of P40Pro+ units will be made.

- "P40Pro+ is not intended for most buyers. It is designed and priced for that very exclusive group of buyers who want the very best that today's smartphone world has to offer. It will be produced in limited numbers. That number will be preset because we have to vacate the facility for other premium products to come in the coming months." (Yu, President, Huawei Consumer Division).

- "P40Pro+ is intended for those buyers who consider the product so compelling that a purchase decision can be driven primarily by that consideration alone. Any secondary consideration is superfluous and therefore of zero or near-zero relevance to that final purchase decision. If you have to pause to ponder 'What if...', then it is most likely not intended for you." (Zhang, Product manager of P40 Series.)

  • Anonymous

Adyshore, 26 Mar 2020I really don't understand what is the difference between P40 Pro... moreMajor differences:
- An additional dedicated telephoto camera with a focal length of 80mm, with a much brighter lens, f2.4, much better than that of the zoom. This is a high quality telephoto camera dedicated to portrait photography.
- World's first smartphone periscope x10 optical zoom with continuously variable focal length from 23mm to 240mm.
- A special feel-good ceramic back with engraved micro-structures, created using an expensive and exclusive process borrowed from high-end jewelry making processes.
- Only limited number of units will be made.

Many minor differences:
Different memory and storage options; etc.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Apr 2020Of course Google owns Android it's their softwareYou should stop talking about things you have zero knowledge of. Save some sympathy for yourself, OK?

  • Anonymous

gorilla hate, 29 Apr 2020But it is not qhd display..You can call it QHD, because it consists of a quad of 600x1320. You can certainly call 600x1320 HD if Sony call its 1644 x 3840 screen 4K, right?

  • gorilla hate

But it is not qhd display..

Adyshore, 26 Mar 2020I really don't understand what is the difference between P40 Pro... moreP40+ has a larger internal memory, slightly better camera with 10x optical zoom and fast wireless charging 40W.

  • mariom

Mihaela, 22 Apr 2020Great phone! Amazing camera and I personally love the design. Ba... morethis phone is brilliant, it has the best photography I have ever seen. I especially like the night photo mode

  • Rares

What type of glass is on this phone? Corning Gorilla Glass 5 or 6?

  • Mihaela

Great phone! Amazing camera and I personally love the design. Battery is excellent and the phone will last a full day easily for sure. Phone Clone, Huawei AppGallery and MoreApps works well for many apps.

Android as such can be installed by any smartphone manufacturer on its devices without the need for authorization from Google,but the Google Services belong to Google,Indeed, within Google Services, we will find the Google Play Store with its applications available to users, YouTube, Gmail, Google Photos,etc Google Maps,etc...
To get these Google Services, manufacturers need to get a license from Google and adhere to a lot of specific rules.
It is strange to ask who "owns" an open source project, since by its nature it is meant to have no owners, but rather contributors, hosts, and maintainers. Nobody owns Android. Google is the largest contributor, but it chooses to give away all of its contributions (not to be confused with Google proprietary applications which are available for Android, iPhone, Symbian, etc.). So the answer is that everybody and nobody owns Android.

Ivan-cro, 21 Apr 2020this year is the same, best photo smartphone by Tipa world award... moreWell they also won first no google seduced company. Haha.
Its like when we remove IOS from Apple phones.

  • Anonymous

Open-Source Android, 15 Apr 2020Android OS is an open-source project which belongs to the whole ... moreOf course Google owns Android it's their software

CptPower, 21 Apr 2020Well in past years Huawei always won awards for best camera phones. this year is the same, best photo smartphone by Tipa world awards 2020.

Mislav Zrno, 20 Apr 2020Agreed. There is no "perfect phone", every phone has its flaw. B... moreWell in past years Huawei always won awards for best camera phones.

CptPower, 08 Apr 2020Nubia red magic is way better in some aspects but this would and... moreAgreed. There is no "perfect phone", every phone has its flaw. But it all comes down to what do you want and what do you need. Camera is the most popular part of the phone for most of the people and huawei did a rly awesome job to cover that part more than anyone else.

  • Anonymous

Thank you for this useful information! For now I will use external battery because I do not have regular charger and I find it difficult to purchase one online here in Bulgaria!

Anonymous, 18 Apr 2020Does anyone knows if supercharger effect battery health and shou... more it's better to charge with a regular charger and use a fast charger as needed, because higher current produces more heat, and heat reduces battery life, here's more how to
prolong the life of your battery pack, keep these tips in mind for proper lithium-ion or
Li-Po battery care.The lifespan of your battery should last between 150-300 charge and discharge cycles,(depending on the manufacturer,can be longer ) which usually amounts to 2 years.In short, if I want my battery to last longer, I should not charge it above 85%, and not let it discharge below 25% battery level. At this range, you receive the best balance of depth of discharge and runtime. If you stay in this zone, you can maximize your battery use and retain that healthy battery life for a much longer time.Li-ion and Li-Po batteries are designed to perform its best between 30 percent and 80 percent capacity so, once the battery hits lower than 30, feel free to charge your smartphone already. Likewise, once the charge hits 80 percent, you really don't need to wait for your phone to reach 100 percent anymore. (you can check this in battery- power consumption details- battery usage- and you will see how this cycle does not count here.)so it will not ruin the cycles.Think of you battery as the human body throughout the day. You don't really need to wait like you're about to die to take some rest and recharge yourself and you also don't need a perfect eight or nine hour sleep to be able to function at full capacity, but you have not done so much damage by charging up to 100% just do not leave it on the charger when it reaches 100% it's worse when it's completely empty and what most threatens the battery life is the HEAT!

something you messed up,here is Huawei P40 pro, not P30,
in addition i suggest you to visit DXOMARK camera review

  • Anonymous

Does anyone knows if supercharger effect battery health and should I charge the phone wit a regular cable in order to achieve long-term battery usage!