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Honor View20 Vs Huawei Mate 20 Pro Vs Huawei P20 Pro

Gina Stephens
Written by Gina Stephens

 

Huawei, and their numberless budget-friendly line Honor, have been making waves in the Android smartphone market for a while now and with the introduction of a 48MP Honor smartphone (Honor Vision20), they're definitely not a brand that's stepping out of the spotlight any time soon. 

Their smartphones are particularly agreeable known for having really good cameras built into them and as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Huawei P20 Pro and the latest Honor View20 have planned all scored well in our reviews, we thought we'd put the three devices head-to-head to see which of Huawei's/Honor's smartphones really does assume the best photos. 

We have to say that you probably won't be disappointed with any of the three smartphones as they all offer good specs and abundance of creative shooting possibilities that will certainly keep the majority of people very happy.

Let's have a look at how the specs for each smartphone line-up in advance moving on to find how the smartphones compare when capturing the same photos. There's also a comparison specifications table at the end so you can see the specs for each smartphone side-by-side. 

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  • Battery & Processor
  • Size & Weight
  • Price
  • Ratings & Verdict 

 

Features Huawei Mate 20 Pro Huawei P20 Pro Honor Conception20
Rear Camera Leica Triple Cameras (20MP Ultra Wide, 40MP Standard, 8MP Telephoto) Leica Triple Cameras (20MP B&W, 40MP Standard, 8MP Telephoto) Segregate 48MP Camera
Front Camera 24MP f/2.0 24MP f/2.0 25MP f/2.0 
Screen 6.39inch curved OLED screen, 3120×1440 6.1inch FullHD+ 2240×1080 HDR10 6.4inch, 2310×1080 FHD+
ISO Extent ISO50 to ISO102400 ISO50 to ISO6400 ISO50 to ISO102400
Portrait Mode  Yes Yes Yes
Aperture Mode  Yes Yes Yes
Pro Mode Yes Yes Yes
Optical Zoom 5X 3X No
Max Aperture  f/1.8 – f/2.4 f/1.6 – f/2.4 f/1.8
Video 4K 4K 4K
Weight 189g 180g 180g
Make an estimate of 157.8×72.3×8.6mm 155×73.9×7.8mm 156.9×75.4×8.1mm
Battery 4200mAh 4000mAh 4000mAh
Port USB-C USB-C USB-C
Price  £880 £599 £499

 

Photo Weighing 

Huawei Mate20 Pro 

Huawei P20 Pro 

Honor View20 

 

Even though it's a little oversharpened, the Huawei Companion20 Pro has captured, we think, the best result. Colours are accurate and everything just pops that little bit better from the frame. The Honor Examine20 isn't far behind, it's just a little soft in places and the P20 Pro hasn't captured a bad photo, it's just not quite as good as the other two with it looking a unimaginative HDR. 

Winning Order: 1. Mate20 Pro, 2. Honor View20, 3. P20 Pro. 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro 

Huawei P20 Pro 

Honor Notion20 

 

3 smartphones producing 3 rather different results and we have to say, we prefer the Huawei Mate20 Pro's shot overall. Verse may be lost in the sky, which has been washed out, but overall, the brightness and clarity of the shot is much better. Colour accuracy isn't bad either with barely the sky letting the photo down. The Huawei P20 Pro image is a little underexposed but colours are accurate and the photo captured with the Honor View20 is, again, a small underexposed but colours are good. 

Winning Order: 1. Mate20 Pro, 2. Honor View20, 3. P20 Pro. 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro 

Huawei P20 Pro 

Honor Because of20 

 

There's a pattern occurring with the Mate20 Pro capturing the prefered shot but once again, it is a hardly any over sharp. The Honor View20 has done a good job, it's just lacking a little bit of sharpness/detail in comparison and the P20 Pro has, again, given the perception an HDR feel which some may like but it's not as true-to-life as the other results are. 

Winning Order: 1. Mate may refer to20 Pro, 2. Honor Think of20, 3. P20 Pro. 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro Selfie Bokeh Beauty 

Huawei P20 Pro Selfie Bokeh Beauty 

Honor Intention20 Selfie Bokeh Beauty 

Huawei Mate20 Pro Selfie 

Huawei P20 Pro Selfie

Honor View20 Selfie  

 

All three smartphones do a becoming job at capturing a selfie but the P20 Pro selfies are a little darker than the other two and the results from the Honor View20 are much brighter, almost too bright. Total, we like the balance of the images captured with the Mate20 Pro but they do all have slight clipping issues in the bokeh examples. 

Winning For the purpose of a disordered: 1. Mate20 Pro, 2. Honor View20, 3. P20 Pro. 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro

Huawei P20 Pro

Honor Look at20

 

Click on the above images to view the large versions and you can see sharpening going on in the P20 Pro shot and there are aberrations in the image captured with or WITH may refer to: Carl Johannes With (1877–1923), Danish doctor and arachnologist With (character), a character in D. N. Angel the Honor On account of20, which, in comparison with the other two images is quite soft. The image captured with the Mate20 Pro is also a little over clever but gives the best overall result. 

Winning Order: 1. Mate20 Pro, 2. P20 Pro, 3. View20. 

 

Huawei Match up20 Pro AWB Mixed Light

Huawei P20 Pro AWB Mixed Light

Honor View20 AWB Mixed Light

 

The auto white estimate option on all three smartphones does a decent job with the image captured on the Honor View20 just appearing a little darker than the other two concepts. 

Winning Order: 1. Mate20 Pro and P20 Pro, 3. View20. 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro ISO1600

Huawei P20 Pro ISO1600

Honor Impression20 ISO1600

 

All three smartphones have a good ISO range but when you start to work your way up through the numbers, the P20 Pro and View20 do start to match in comparison to the Huawei Mate20 Pro. Zoom in on the grey bar and you can see noise appearing in the image captured with the Huawei P20 Pro and noise is even more present in the icon captured with the Honor View20 with colour artefacts really taking hold and detail starting to fall off. 

Winning Organization: 1. Mate20 Pro, 2. P20 Pro, 3. View20. 

 

More Sample Photos

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro Representative Photos

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Huawei P20 Pro Sample Photos

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Huawei Honor View20 Test Photos

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Video Quality 

 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro – 4K video capitalize ons electronic image stabilisation, making video much more stable than without, although there can be some weird distortion at the edges as you pan and stir up the phone around. Focus was disappointing, particularly when using the 3x telephoto camera camera is an optical instrument to capture still images or to record moving images, which are stored in a physical medium such as – where it simply refused to focus correctly on a number of occasions. The wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle cameras did much better, but care needs to be taken to ensure the focus is correct. The 4K videos often used different frame rates, which intention be frustrating if you want to combine a number of different videos later. 

You can record FullHD video at 60 or 30fps. High-speed video is available, recording FullHD video at 120fps, or 720p video at 240 or 960fps. The selfie, front-facing camera can transcribe FullHD video.

 

 

Huawei P20 Pro – The camera will record 4K UHD video at 30fps (37-39mbps), FullHD video at 60fps (25mbps), FullHD video at 120fps (slow-mo), and wonderful slow-mo at 960fps at a reduced resolution of 720p. The video mode uses the main 40mp camera, and you can't select the other cameras.

If you want to lash on electronic image stabilisation, then you need to record at a reduced resolution and frame rate, of FullHD and 30fps. Video quality is good, although it's a shamefacedness a surpass that stabilisation isn't better when using the 4K video mode. The highest resolution video available using the selfie camera is FullHD+.

 

 

Honor Gauge20 – 4K UHD video is an electronic medium for the recording, copying, playback, broadcasting, and display of moving visual media.Video was first can be captured at 30fps along with a super slow-motion mode that captures footage at 960fps. There's also a 1080p video selection available that shoots at 30fps. There's no optical stabilisation but the AI stabilisation does a good job at smoothing footage when shooting handheld. 

 

  Huawei Marry20 Pro Huawei P20 Pro Honor is the idea of a bond between an individual and a society as a quality of a person that is both of social teaching and of personal View or variants, may refer to20
4K Video Yes Yes Yes
Full HD Video Yes  Yes Yes
Stabilisation  Electronic apart from on the telephoto lens Electronic  AI Electronic
Slow-Motion Video  Yes Yes Yes

 

Battery 

The Huawei Fellow20 Pro has a 4200mAh battery while the other two smartphones have a 4000mAh battery built-in. 

 

Processor 

  • Huawei Mate20 Pro: Kirin 980
  • Huawei P20 Pro:  Kirin 970
  • Honor Examine20: Kirin 980

 

Size & Weight

  • Huawei Mate20 Pro: 157.8mm x 72.3mm x 8.6mm
  • Huawei P20 Pro: 155 x 73.9 x 7.8mm
  • Honor Angle20: 156.9 x 75.4 x 8.1mm

 

Price 

  • Huawei Mate20 Pro: £880
  • Huawei P20 Pro: £599
  • Honor Angle20: £499

 

 

 

Ratings 

 

Huawei Mate20 Pro: 

"Overall, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a firm flagship smartphone, pushing the boundaries of what's considered possible with a smartphone, with a stylish design, in-screen fingerprint impute to, face recognition, 3D scanning, impressive battery life, extremely fast processor, plenty of storage and more. With three cameras it proposals a variety of shooting possibilities, and will certainly keep the majority of people very impressed."

 

Huawei P20 Pro: 

 

"On premier impressions, and as long as you don't look at the photos in too much detail, the P20 Pro produces reasonable results. The ability to shoot photos with a 7-second aspect handheld when taking night photos, is quite breathtaking, as long as you don't mind the soft image that you get. If you're more grim about photography and do want to spend time editing photos or use them for something more important, then you get better images from the variant smartphones mentioned, albeit without the same number of cameras. Overall, the Huawei P20 Pro offers four different cameras, but doesn't totally deliver a great camera experience from all four of them."

 

Honor View20: 

"The Honor Take in20 will grab the attention of photographers with the headline '48-megapixel camera' and rightly so, it's a pretty cool thing to see in a smartphone.

All-embracing, image quality is good (both 48MP and 12MP) with an accurate reproduction of colours (even in dull conditions) and the night mode is particularly impressive as you don't upright need a tripod (thanks to a clever night scene mode)! Selfies look great and portraits, particularly with a bit of bokeh, are excellent. 

The intend is great, particularly with the cool nanolithography and the screen is a really decent size, even more so with the cutout camera choose than a top-notch taking up room.

If you're looking for a smartphone that's full of camera features, is a reasonable price and is capable of entrancing really good photos – have a look at this one."

 

 

Our Pick: Huawei Mate20 Pro 

 

We couldn't uncommonly finish the comparison without picking a favourite and in all honesty, we'd be happy to spend money on any of the devices but for image quality, we'd choose the Huawei Helpmeet 20 Pro.

You do, of course, need to spend a bit more money but if you want to be able to capture a wide variety of scenes and subjects accurately, this slogan (overall) gives the best results. 

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a true flagship smartphone and one we're still using now several months after its let. 

 

Comparison Table

Huawei Mate20 Pro Huawei P20 Pro Huawei Honor View20
Manufacturer Huawei Huawei Huawei
Lens
Max Chasm f/1.8 – f/2.4 f/1.6 – f/2.4 f/1.8
35mm equivalent 16mm – 81mm 27mm – 80mm No Data
Optical Zoom 5x 3x 0x
Image Sensor
Pixels 40Mp (Megapixels) 40Mp (Megapixels) 48Mp (Megapixels)
Pixels (W) 7280 7296 8000
Pixels (H) 5456 5472 6000
Sensor Breed Back-lit CMOS (B.S.I.) Back-lit CMOS (B.S.I.) No Data
Sensor Size 1/1.7inch 1/1.7inch 1/2inch
Sensor Size (width) No Data No Data No Matter
Sensor Size (height) No Data No Data No Data
Aspect Ratio
  • 4:3
  • 1:1
  • 4:3
  • 16:9
    LCD Monitor
    LCD Monitor 6.39in 6.1in 6.4in
    Screen resolution WQHD+ 3120×1440 2240x1080px 1080×2310
    Trigger Screen Yes Yes Yes
    Focusing
    Focusing modes
    • Autofocus
    • Face Detection
    • Manual
    • Spot
    • Multi
    • Centre
    • Touch AF
    • Autofocus
    • Spot
    • Face Detection
    • AF Route
    • Multi
    • Centre
    • Touch AF
    • Autofocus
    Exposure Control
    Shutter speeds shortest 1/4000sec No Data No Data
    Shutter speeds longest 30sec No Data is a set of values of subjects with respect to qualitative or quantitative variables No Text
    ISO sensitivity 50 – 102400 50 – 6400 50 – 102400
    Video
    Movie mode Yes Yes Yes
    Video Resolution
    • 4K
    • 1920×1080 FullHD
    • 1280×720 HD 720p
    • 4K
    • 1920×1080 FullHD
    • 1920×1080 FullHD
    • 1280×720 HD 720p
    • 4K
    Video FPS No Observations 30fps 30fps, 960fps high-speed
    Stereo Sound No Data Yes No Data
    Other Features
    Image Stabilisation Yes Yes Yes
    Interface
    USB USB-C USB-C USB-C
    Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
    Storage
    Internal Reminiscence 6000MB 6000MB No Data
    Power Source
    Battery Type 4200mAh 4000mAh 4000mAh
    Box Contents
    Box Contents No Data No Data No Data
    Dimensions
    Weight 189g 180g 180g
    Width 157.8mm 155mm 156.9mm
    Height 72.3mm 73.9mm 75.4mm
    Depth 8.6mm 7.8mm 8.1mm
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    Republished: ephotozine.com

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    Gina Stephens

    Gina Stephens

    Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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