P20 vs Galaxy Note8

Which one is best for you?

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 with the signature S-Pen was launched a year before the Huawei P20. It boasts a large 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, dual camera and a powerful processor. The P20 has a smaller, 5.8-inch FullView Display that fits the palm of your hand, has a slightly bigger battery and Leica dual camera.

Get crisp and wonderfully steady pictures with the Galaxy Note8’s 12+12-megapixel dual camera, thanks to its dual optical image stabilisation. The P20 also come equipped with a 20+12-megapixel dual camera, and it uses AI image stabilisation, letting you capture incredibly blur-free images, even in low light and hard-to-shoot moments.

Switch easily between apps and level up your game play – the powerful Kirin chipset of the P20 and the superb Snapdragon processor of the Galaxy Note8 will both give you a velvet smooth performance. Even your graphic-heavy games will feel light, letting you truly enjoy a flowing gaming experience.

Whether you’re on holiday or on a business trip, Samsung’s smart assistant Bixby and Huawei’s HiVision will help you out – with the camera. Snap a quick photo to translate street signs and menus, find a nearby restaurant to eat at – they can even count the calories of your lunch based on a single photo.

Both models are packed with a lot of fantastic and fun features, but if you’re an S-pen fan, get the Samsung – and if you think that the bigger battery the better, go for the P20.

Name P20 Galaxy Note8
Image Huawei mate 20 pro
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Display 5.8 inches 6.3 inches
Size and weight Height: 149.1 mm
Width: 70.8 mm
Depth: 7.7 mm
Weight: 165 grams
Height: 162.5 mm
Width: 74.8 mm
Depth: 8.6 mm
Weight: 195 grams
Rear camera 20 MP + 12 MP 12 MP
Front camera 24 MP 8 MP
Processor HiSilicon Kirin 970 (10 nm) Exynos 8895
Battery 3400 mAh 3300 mAh
Storage 128 GB 64 GB
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