We’re about to see HUAWEI P20 Pro’s biggest update up until now – something that will transform the Chinese devices. We’ve written this article to give you the info you need.
This device was launched in March and stood for a lot of new, innovative characteristics and features.
The first one of our list is the Twilight gradient finish that showed purple and blue shades – it really depended on where the light was hitting on your device.
However, the most important one is the fact that the device came with a triple-camera array – and we think this is the best feature a smartphone can have presently. The device comes together with the main sensor that has 40 megapixels, with a 20-megapixel monochrome and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens.
The device comes with Huawei’s Kirin 970 chipset, that gives the user fast performance. When the device was first launched, it came with Android 8 Oreo preinstalled, but this kind of software was shadowed by a new version of the OS in August. This one is Android 9 Pie, and it’s Google’s latest platform that comes with a lot of functional changes.
The newest handset from Huawei, Mate 20 Pro, got released with Android 9 Pie and had version nine of the Huawei signature EMUI skin. However, up until now, the P20 Pro didn’t really make its presence felt in Google’s best features.
Owners of these devices in China can download Huawei’s EMUI 9 skin that comes with a lot of features. As per a record, this upgrade comes with gesture controls, which means that users can swipe left and right to change the apps. If you gesture at the bottom, you can get back to the home screen.
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