Review on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro
This is one of the biggest phones on the market right now. Especially in its price range. It now has a 6” screen giving you more screen with less phone and with better battery life. The question is, however, should you buy one in 2020? In today’s blog, I am going to to tell you what I think of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro to give you a better understanding that it is the perfect phone for you.
The most important thing that you will notice on this phone is how big the scream is. The screen has been made bigger by making the top and bottom sections of the phone smaller. At the moment all other big phone companies are doing this to their new products and are now only have small notches that the top of the phone. You can see this in the more recent iPhones.
The Mate 10 Pro has also been made with a polished-metal frame between two slabs of curved Gorilla Glass 5, with minimal bezels all around. This has made the screens borders thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, it doesn’t have the infinity screen that Samsung have used.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro has been tested on its durability and I think it could have been made a lot stronger like another phone provides have done. From testing, we have found that it can withhold a four and six feet drop onto concrete with only minor scratches at the bottom of the phone. However, a 4-foot face drop caused the touch screen to stop working in the upper right corner, and a 6-foot edge drop resulted in distorted screen colours on the right side. But this phone didn’t have a case on. Since I have used this phone I have used a case and dropped it a few times and I haven’t even got a scratch on the screen.
With the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, you have a 6” display that followed the trend back in 2017. with its AMOLED tech, high dynamic range (HDR10) support and 18:9 aspect ratio. This display is a step up from the 5.9-inch LCD found on the standard Mate 10. Even though it still has the same tech the Pro seems to give out more resolution.
On the back of this particular phone, we have been gifted with a 12-megapixel main sensor with a 20-megapixel monochrome one. Both of them also have an f/1.6 aperture making this the widest camera that the company has produced. This also a great when it comes to working with the chip that has been designed to work with artificial intelligence, called the neural network processing unit. It is able to recognise what it is taking a picture of and then change its exposure to suite the scenarios needs. This is one of the best camera systems that you will ever find on a phone.