- 6.1"FHD+85% useful19.5:9
- 165 g 71.4 mm 149.1 mm 7.6 mm
- Kirin 980 Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 128 GB
- v8 371.116
- 3650 mAh
- 1 40 Mpx · ƒ/1.8 IMX650 Exmor RS 23SELF 32 Mpx · ƒ/--
- Android 10 Q Android 10
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 9%Less than a day
- 29%One day
- 53%More than one day
- 9%Two days or more
- 9%It comes with a clean operating system
- 75%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 16%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 44%Every six months
- 56%Every two months or less
- Excellent semi flagship smart phone
Been using LG v40 thinq for last 3 month, excellent back cameras, excellent screen, even more excellent audio. Unfortunately it has one big bug, can't receive call while on LTE network. More unfortunate, the phone is a 2nd set from AT&T USA. And there is no way to update the software which dated back in 2018. Usable for other thing but can't receive call. So enter the P30.
There was 7.7 sale on Lazada Malaysia with P30 selling for MYR1499 or ~350USD.
Compared to LG v40, P30 is better on battery life, faster charging 22w, better 32mp selfie camera, 3x optical zoom, better night mode.
Extremely fast face recognition. Gesture navigation is fast and fluid, with very minimal lag.
LG v40 is better in audio, both have 3.5mm earphone jack, traditional back fingerprint sensor is faster and accurate compared to P30 in screen sensor. Always on screens on v40 has many options, style as compare to P30 one and only style.Pros
- Amoled screen
- Faster charging
- Compact size, lightweight
- Excellent front, back camera
- Fast face unlock
- In screen Fingerprint sensor
- No stereo speaker for sub-flagship
- Its much better than my S8 plus or even my S10 and will sell both instead, Dont want the pro version or P40 - no playstore sucks.Pros
- camera speed and gaming plus its future proofed for at least 3 years. Cant wait for EMUI 10.1
- hate the auto brighness control
- Fantastic All Rounder!
I got this over the Pro version as it is more manageable and pocketable. It loses a few things from the Pro but these are luxuries, not necessities. The phone is comfortable to hold in one hand and has a gorgeous screen that's just the right size. Performance is snappy, it doesn't overheat like the Mate 20 Pro does and battery life is excellent. The triple camera system on the back is fantastic, almost on a par with the Pro. If you can live without the little extras on the Pro, this is the one to get!Pros
- Battery life
- No wireless charging
- "Only" IP53 rated
- Quality made by huawei
Quality is good software and hardware is very good but I don't understand the selling price is from 400 to 600 bug's why huawei put a mono speaker in this grandiose smartphone???Pros
- Rear camera
- Soc kirin 980
- Fast fingerprint
- Very nice colored back cover
- Screen to body ratio
- Fast charging
- Only IP67 no IP68
- Mono speaker sound can be better
- Best phone for this price
Previously had mate 10 pro. This 9ne is much much better. More comfortable, faster, cheaper.Pros
- Battery life very good
- Very good call quality
- Good speaker via speaker mode
- Just the right size
- Camera awesome
- Low IP rating
- Lack of stereo speakers
- Camera goes out, so thick case needed
- Unless you want to scratch your camera
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- 8.1 Design & Materials
- 7.8 Performance & Hardware
- 8.3 Camera
- 8.5 Connectivity
- 5.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.