The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the latest Huawei phablet, and as a big-screen Android flagship its main competition arguably comes from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Both phones are new, big, powerful, jam-packed full of features and have some other major similarities, such as curved screens. But they also have lots of differences, including their chipsets and cameras. So to help you get to grips with the similarities and differences between these two handsets we’ve compared them across a range of key areas. Huawei Mate 20 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9 design The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has a curved screen with a notch cut out at the top and a slim bezel below. The thin frame of this phone is metal, while the back is all glass. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 also has a curved screen, a metal frame and a glass back, but it doesn’t have a notch, instead relying on thin bezels both above and below its screen. The corners are also slightly less curved on the Galaxy Note 9, giving it a more rectangular shape than the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The back looks quite different too, despite both phones being clad in glass. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a horizontally arranged set of camera lenses and flash, while the Mate 20 Pro arranges them in a square. The Galaxy Note 9 also has a fingerprint scanner below the camera, while the Mate 20 Pro’s scanner is built into the screen. The… [Read full story]
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