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This year (2020) is the Best Year for smartphone releases, none more so than the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Huawei P40 Pro. For OnePlus, the company is making a Massive Step into the Future. For Huawei, the P40 Pro represents its second global flagship launch without any installed Google services.
Let’s look at there design. Both are typical handset shape, but it’s the Huawei P40 Pro that’s the thicker and heavier of the two. The OnePlus 8 Pro is notably the taller phone in height, the two feel quite comparable. The curved edges help keep the OnePlus 8 Pro easy to handle and hold tight. The Huawei P40 Pro’s display is similarly curved with round edge's.
Both phones have high refresh rates out of the box; 90Hz for the Huawei P40 Pro and 120Hz for the OnePlus 8 Pro. Both models look partially smooth and obtain all-day resolution on the fly suggesting a more aggressive power saving profile.
OnePlus grabs The First lead in this regard by offering a higher refresh rate on there device.
General performance scale the OnePlus 8 Pro and its Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 come out ahead of the Huawei P40 Pro’s Kirin 990 5G. The use of newer Arm Cortex-A77 cores gives the Snapdragon 865 a slight fast lead on the CPU side, and LPDDR5 vs LPDDR4X helps produce a better system score compared to each other.
However, if you want to play the most demanding Android games with the highest frame rates, the OnePlus 8 Pro and its Snapdragon 865 is the clear choice for more Graphics experience.
OnePlus 8 Pro vs Huawei P40 Pro camera
You can’t talk about smartphone cameras without mentioning Huawei. The company has built its mobile reputation on virtually this department alone. The OnePlus 8 Pro will be facing a good revival when it comes to Huawei camera.
However, the Huawei P40 Pro scores big points for detail. Its large main sensor requires very little post-processing, ensuring smooth details and minimal noise. OnePlus opts for a heavy sharpening pass to enhance photo details, but it leaves crops and plants looking somehow artificial (not real).
However, taking the cameras into very low light causes some issues. Huawei’s images come out heavily processed and high ISO noise in dark areas. Night mode cleans this up, but the HDR effect is simply too strong at night. OnePlus’ Nightscape looks more natural, but the camera sometimes suffers from overly 45% warm tones.
Outdoor OnePlus 8 - Night modeOutdoor OnePlus 8 - Night modeHuawei P40 Pro - Night mode
The two handsets also sport wide-angle cameras. The OnePlus 8 Pro offers a wider field of view, allowing you to fit more into the scene. Which is the whole point of a wide-angle camera. However, the level of detail isn’t great for a 48MP sensor.
Huawei’s 40MP wide-angle sensor captures a lot more detail and dynamic range, while also controlling edge distortion a lot better.
If all that wasn’t enough, these phones sport a range of other high-end smartphone features. You’ll find in-display fingerprint scanners on both Phones which work well enough for device security. Both also support facial recognition (Face unlock) but only Huawei provides additional front-facing infra-red hardware for more security and speed)
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