P20 Pro vs Galaxy S9
Which phone is best for you?
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Huawei P20 Pro were released within a month of each other in spring 2018, and are two of the best Android phones money can buy. While the S9 was an incremental upgrade on its predecessor, the P20 Pro was a leap ahead for Huawei, and brought the two companies neck and neck at the top of the Android market.
Samsung once again dazzles with their beautiful Super AMOLED screen with 570 pixels per square inch giving incredible detail ideal for gaming and watching your latest boxset. While the P20 Pro has an excellent OLED screen of its own, Huawei have concentrated on camera tech, with an amazing 40+20+8-megapixel camera array on the back, and a 24-megapixel selfie snapper on the front. The S9 sports a top-notch dual camera with a wide aperture setting for low light photography.
Both phones are crafted from aluminium and glass, with the Samsung’s Gorilla Glass 5 suggesting a more robust frame, and both have the latest security features, allowing you to unlock with your face or fingerprint, with Samsung adding iris scanning to the mix.
Either of these top drawer Android flagships will handle pretty much whatever you throw at them, so your choice will rest on whether photography or gaming and streaming is your priority.
- Take perfect pictures with the world’s first 40-megapixel Leica triple camera smartphone, powered by AI
- Get closer up to your subject without losing detail with the 5x Hybrid Zoom
- Power the AI-driven battery faster with cutting-edge SuperCharge technology
- Experience extraordinary graphics on the 6.1-inch OLED FullView display, with brilliant colours and high contrast
Capture all the action and stretch time with Super Slow-mo video mode – then loop and add music to create awesome GIFs
Take superb pictures even in super low light with a lens that adapts like the human eye
Create and personalise your own animated emoji, and use it to share stories with friends
Use Intelligent Scan to unlock your phone securely with ease – even in low light