Mate 20 Pro vs Galaxy S7

Which one is best for you?

The S7 is an excellent smartphone with a big battery and dual camera, but the Huawei Mate 20 Pro – a much more recent release – has an even more powerful processor and a much larger AMOLED screen. Plus you can juice up another phone cordlessly with it – thanks to Reverse Wireless Charging.

The Galaxy S7’s professional-grade Dual Pixel sensor takes crisp, clear images after dark – so you can capture your precious memories even when the light starts to fade. Take your photography to the next level with the Mate 20 Pro’s AI-powered Leica triple camera that shoots perfect, detailed landscape photos with the Ultra Wide Angle Lens.

Gameplay on the Galaxy S7 is slick and smooth – with less lag and battery drain than its predecessors. But the Mate 20 Pro has a drastically improved user experience, with machine learning for faster processing – so your games will load quicker and your videos and playlists will stream smoother.

Both phones come equipped with fingerprint sensors, so you can unlock with just a tap. Huawei has neatly hidden its sensor underneath the display, so you can comfortably open your Mate 20 Pro whilst enjoying an edge-to-edge viewing experience. Plus it supports Face ID so you’ll access your apps and files at a glance.

If you want the latest tech and futuristic features, the Mate 20 Pro is the one for you. But if you’re into a classic model that fits your palm and pocket just right, the S7 is an affordable alternative.

Name Mate 20 Pro Galaxy S7
Image Huawei mate 20 pro
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Display 6.39 inches 5.1 inches
Size and weight Height: 157.8 mm
Width: 72.3 mm
Depth: 8.6 mm
Weight: 189 grams
Height: 142.4 mm
Width: 69.6 mm
Depth: 7.9 mm
Weight: 152 grams
Rear camera 40 MP + 20 MP + 8 MP 12 MP
Front camera 24 MP 5 MP
Processor HiSilicon Kirin 980 (7 nm) Exynos 8890
Battery 4200 mAh 3000 mAh
Storage 128 GB 32 GB
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