The Huawei p40 pro plus has a lot to offer. With its Kirin 970 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, and 128GB of storage, it has a lot of power for running both your favorite apps alongside demanding tasks. When you’re on the go, you can rely on the P40 Pro’s 4000mAh battery for long life and fast charging capabilities. And with its dual f/1.8 aperture Leica lenses, 20MP front camera, and triple rear cameras at 40MP (RGB), 20MP (Mono), or 10 MP., the P40 Pro is a serious mobile photography powerhouse.
All in all, the Huawei P40 Pro is an absolute delight to use. It’s fast and enjoyable to use, and it has a few key features that make it stand out from the competition. The screen is extremely crisp, the speed and performance are great for Android users, the dual selfie cameras are more than enough for most people (even if you do have some friends that swear by telephoto), and the battery life lasts a day or two with charging every night. Overall, the P40 Pro is everything you want in a smartphone – and more.
And all this is before we even add in its triple rear camera, which is an absolute game-changer. The Huawei P20 series had both monochrome and RGB sensors, but the Nokia 8 Sirocco had only one – the RGB sensor did not have optical zoom, though it was very capable. On top of that, the P20 Pro camera suffered from a design flaw that caused a whole slew of issues: poor quality images with no zoom at all on final output. With these three cameras on the back of the P40 Pro though, I’m confident in saying that you’ll be able to get amazing shots from day one.
Yeah, the camera is great, but despite that, I’m not quite sure it’s worth the higher price tag. With the Huawei P20 Pro selling for $700 after contract in the West, and the P20 selling for $530 without a contract, getting a Huawei p40 pro plus is going to cost you almost $1000. But if you’re comparing it to other big-name phones like a Pixel 2 XL or an iPhone XS or XR (both of which cost around the same after contract), then this price point might be reasonable.
In comparison, however, budget phones like the Honor 8 Pro or Redmi Note 6 Pro are starting at just over $400 – at least for outright purchase. You can get a hefty discount with a contract though, so for the price difference, I’d still opt for the Honor 8 Pro, since it has a great screen, dual selfie camera, and fingerprint scanner on its back. But if you want something better at this price range, you’re looking at the Huawei P20 Lite or Honor 10.
Still, though, I’m pretty confident in saying that if you have $1000 to spend – or even more – on your next smartphone then this is probably the best phone you can buy right now. And it’s easily one of the most stylish phones of this size; it feels like a high-end device without being too bulky.
So is the Huawei P40 Pro a worthy upgrade from the Huawei P20 Pro? Yes, but it’s got stiff competition from the Honor 10, which I think offers similar performance and style in a much cheaper package.
The newest in the Pro Plus family of Hearing Aids is the P40 Pro Plus, which offers exceptional versatility and comfort. Whether you are looking for a hearing aid that features configurable settings or one with Bluetooth connectivity, the P40 Pro Plus has what you need!
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