Review: Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei has now been the official mobile brand of the European Union for a number of years. While it is not well known in the United States, the brand has been extremely successful here in Europe, and it’s been for a variety of reasons.

The first reason is the way that this phone operates. It is a true point and shoot system.

These phones are extremely accurate. All of the functions are done through the touch screen. This means that the entire time that you’re in a mode that allows you to take photos, video or take note with a track pad, you will never be lost in the sheer complexity of the operating system.

If you have used other phones that operate on the same principle, you would not believe the pro-level way that this device operates. There are no menus, no unnecessary alerts, and no icons to mess up with. Everything is done with the touch screen, making the device feel more comfortable to use than anything else I’ve ever owned.

I also must say that it is very user friendly. If you are accustomed to having a slider type of switch when you are viewing a menu, then you will not have any problem with using this device.

One of the best parts of this brand is its models that are a little bit different from all the others. These models all have an enhanced viewfinder, and they all have the same capabilities. So, the Mate series, both the regular and the professional versions, are all able to view images without a filter or flash.

The pro series, which is the base model for this particular phone, is much thinner than the regular models. You also get an infrared sensor, which means that you can view images and videos even if your eyes are closed.

These Pros have a great battery life as well. So, you can go about your business, take a full charge and then do some work before getting home.

You will also notice that these cameras are extremely easy to use. You don’t have to worry about taking complex shots because they have the most basic features, so it is very easy to process photos.

Most of the Pros have a microSD card slot, which allows you to expand the memory. And, you do have the ability to connect a USB drive so that you can transfer files and transfer music, and games easily.

Overall, the Pros are extremely good in almost every way that you look at it. The cheap versions have certain problems that limit their sales, but the top of the line models offer excellent value for the price, and you can be certain that you will receive the greatest performance from your phone with the best cellphones in the industry.