Is the Ban on Huawei Cell Phones Really a Bad Thing?
The ban on Huawei cell phones isn’t really affecting consumers. The fact is, it’s only hurting other businesses and not the phones themselves. You may find it more difficult to buy or manufacture a Huawei cell phone, but the ban has absolutely no effect on them. In fact, the ban may even increase the price of a Huawei cell phone. But is that really a bad thing? Let’s explore the topic.
Huawei P20 Pro 128GB Dual-SIM
The revolutionary Leica Triple Camera on the Huawei P20 Pro is an industry first. Combining aesthetic vision with an advanced camera system, the Huawei P20 Pro shines a new light on intelligent photography. The phone comes with a 128GB storage capacity and a 4K display, perfect for sharing your work. In addition to its incredible camera performance, it also includes a fingerprint scanner.
The Huawei P20 Pro comes in dual-SIM and single-SIM flavors. Dual-SIM functionality is not a new addition to most smartphone lines, and Samsung recently added an optional dual-SIM model to its Galaxy S9+. Unlike some other brands, Huawei did not add a separate dual-SIM variant to the P20 Pro. Dual-SIM functionality gives users the flexibility of using two SIM cards simultaneously, with flexible calling and data usage.
Huawei Mate Xs 2
With its outward folding design, the Huawei Mate Xs 2 features a 7.8-inch OLED display when unfurled. The display has a resolution of 2,480 by 2,200 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. According to the company, the new hinge technology prevents a visible crease on the display. But we can’t say much about this yet, because we haven’t seen the device’s final product.
This foldable smartphone is comparatively slim, at just 5.4 mm thick when unfolded. Its thinness has been compared to the average smartphone and it matches everyone’s expectations. This phone is also quite lightweight, weighing only 255 grams, so it’s perfect for people on the go. Moreover, the screen is 70% higher than that of the predecessor. The durability of the screen is also enhanced, as it is 2.5 times stronger than the Mate Xs.
Huawei P50 Pro 128GB Dual-SIM
The Huawei P50 Pro is a powerful dual-SIM cell phone that is capable of doing a lot of things. It has a 50MP main camera sensor and 8GB of RAM. It also has a 66W wired charger that should be able to recharge the phone’s 4,100mAh battery in thirty to forty minutes. While the phone is priced at $1,353 or EUR1,199 in Europe, it’s not available in the United States yet.
The Huawei P50 Pro’s battery is relatively small, at 8.5mm thick, but it’s still plenty to get through a whole day of moderate use. In fact, the screen on this phone can be kept on for up to six hours without needing to be recharged. However, heavy users will probably need to recharge the phone before the end of the day. The battery life is not as impressive as that of many other smartphones, but the Huawei P50 Pro is certainly worth the price.
Huawei Nova 8i
HUAWEI’s newest flagship cell phone, the Huawei Nova 8i, inherits the dynamic colours and premium aesthetics of the nova series. With a new design that’s both refined and compact, the nova 8i delivers superior grip feel and a magnificent display of colour and shadow. The phone’s screen-to-body ratio is an impressive 94.7%, while the bezels around the screen are extremely narrow.
The Huawei Nova 8i comes with Android 10 operating system and is powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 octa-core processor. It features a 64-megapixel main camera and dual 2-megapixel depth and macro sensors on the back. In addition, it has a 16-megapixel selfie camera and a 66-watt fast-charging feature. The phone has a non-removable, 4300mAh battery. It should last for six to eight hours even with heavy use.