Huawei P20 Pro Price in Singapore & Specifications
40 + 8 + 20MP
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The Huawei P20 Pro is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Huawei P20 Pro price in Singapore is S$ 400.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Huawei P20 Pro variants with Twilight starting from S$ 1,160.00 and Midnight Blue at S$ 850.00. Huawei P20 Pro price details are updated April 2021.
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|Display Resolution||1080 x 2244pixels|
|Rear Camera||40 + 8 + 20MP|
|Camera Lenses||Triple Camera|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||155 x 73.9 x 7.8mm|
|CPU||Kirin 970 (10 nm)|
|Processor Core||Octa Core|
|OS Version||Android 8.1 (Oreo)|
|Wi-Fi Standard||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
Huawei P20 Pro: A High-End Phone with New and Exciting Features
Huawei smartphones have improved significantly over the last few years. The company has brought the Leica cameras into the Huawei P9 which was a step up from its predecessor - the Huawei P8. After that, they released the Huawei P10 which had more refined features and came with a more visually appealing design. Now, with the P20 Pro, the Chinese company takes its smartphone game to the next level. Here is a rundown of the Huawei P20 Pro specs, prices, and frequently asked questions.
Huawei designed the P20 Pro as a device for mobile photography. The company equipped the device with top-of-the-line rear cameras that can produce amazing shots in landscape orientation. What’s more awesome is that it comes with three cutting-edge lenses on the back – a 40-MP lens with an f/1.8 aperture, a 20-MP lens with an f/1.6 aperture, and an 8-MP lens with an f/2.4 aperture. This triple-camera setup is packed with other impressive features, such as autofocus, flash unit, and laser transmitter. As for its front camera, it boasts a 24MP sensor, 26mm f/2.0 Leica lens, fixed focus (30cm), and can shoot a 1080p video at 30fps.
Design & Display
The P20 Pro is hopping on one of the hottest trends in smartphones today – the notch at the top, which the iPhone X popularized. While it doesn’t have a huge impact on the device’s overall functionality, the notchy design is definitely a wise decision from Huawei in order to keep up with the trend. As for its build, the P20 Pro’s front and back panels are made of glass, with metal accents on either side. The front panel boasts a 6.1-inch AMOLED display that comes with a resolution of 1080 x 2240. A thoughtful design on this device is the fingerprint sensor that's located on the home button below the screen, rather than below the camera module like Samsung Galaxy S9.
Battery Life and Performance
Housing a 4000-mAh battery capacity, the P20 Pro can last you up to two days with general usage. While you’ll get less time out of the handset if you do gaming, music, or video streaming, you will still get enough battery life at the end of the day. Performance-wise, the P20 Pro’s Kirin 970 chip (which is first spotted in the Mate 10 Pro) and 6GB of RAM can deliver exceptional performance when gaming and browsing, making it one of the best smartphones for multimedia usage.
Frequently Asked Questions about Huawei and P20 Pro
Can I still use Google on my Huawei?
Huawei users can still access Google software or services on existing Huawei smartphones, except for the new Mate 30 series. They are the first set of smartphones that encounter this issue as a result of the US sanction on the brand's products.
Is the Huawei ban lifted?
At the time of this writing, the Huawei ban hasn't been lifted by the US government. The company was blacklisted in May 2019, after being added to the entity list comprising entities that "have been involved, are involved, or pose a significant risk of being or becoming involved in activities contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States".
Will Huawei use Android? / Will old Huawei phones get new OS?
All existing Huawei models, including the P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro will continue using Android OS to achieve the best efficiency unless the US government officially bans the brand from accessing it. However, the new Mate 30 series and Honor V30 (a subsidiary of Huawei) have a lack of accessibility to Google Mobile Services. Users will have to work their way around downloading Android Package Kit to have Play Services and Play Store installed. Unfortunately, perhaps the upcoming P40 series might be faced with this challenge too.
Otherwise, the brand continues developing its own operating system and ecosystem in case of the sanction. Their very own OS is named HarmonyOS, which serves as a backup for when Google decides to end its partnership with Huawei. As assured by the CEO of the company, the HarmonyOS can replace Android in an instant if such a situation arises, and manage to deliver efficient functionality across devices.