Huawei’s new P-series flagship duo, after being aggressively leaked over the past few months, is now official. The new P20 and P20 Pro share a bunch of similarities such as a notch-equipped display, an all-glass exterior, and are powered by the company’s flagship Kirin 970 chipset. However, to justify the Pro moniker, Huawei reserved most of the new features for the highest end variant. Here’s what different between the regular P20 and P20 Pro.
A Slightly Bigger OLED Display
The Huawei P20 Pro features a marginally taller 6.1-inch screen as compared to the P20’s 5.8-inch display. In addition to that, the Pro also has an OLED panel instead of an IPS one. The resolution, however, is the same on both — Full HD+.
Another perk you get on the P20 Pro is a bigger 4000mAh battery. The regular P20, on the contrary, has a 3400mAh pack. Wireless charging is absent on both of them, unfortunately though.
Moreover, the Huawei P20 Pro has a 6GB RAM variant, while the P20 is limited to 4GB only. Both offer 64 or 128GB storage options, though.
By far, the most significant difference between the two is the presence of an additional, third 40-megapixel sensor on the rear. That’s right, in addition to the 20-megapixel monochrome lens and 12-megapixel telephoto sensor, the P20 Pro has another 40-megapixel snapper for enabling 5x hybrid zoom. The third sensor combines the digital zoom and optical zoom data to achieve that level of magnification.
Twilight Color Option
Lastly, the Huawei P20 Pro will be available in a special twilight color option. It’s sort an iridescent color blended with a mix of purple and turquoise.
So those were the five primary differences between the P20 and P20 Pro. Let us know in the comments section if we missed any.