Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G vs. Huawei P40: PTA tax on Samsung Note 20 & Huawei p40 pro
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1-The Note 20 price starts at $1,000
2-Note 20 Ultra price starts at $1,300
We put the current top business smartphone from Samsung into the ring against the previous year’s flagship from Huawei. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G vs. Huawei P40 – The comparison.
Unimpressed by the corona crisis, the new smartphone from Samsung’s popular Note series appeared punctually in August. We wanted to know whether Huawei’s fall model can compete with the current smartphone from the South Korean manufacturer and we put both devices through their paces.
Design and display: borderless look thanks to punch hole
As usual with newer smartphones, the displays of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G and the Huawei P40 are surrounded by a very narrow edge and are only interrupted by a small punch-hole notch for the front camera. With the Huawei P40, however, this is a little larger because it also houses a depth sensor for improved face recognition.
The 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display of the Galaxy Note 20 5G has a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels in Full HD Plus at a density of 394 ppi. The refresh rate here is 60 Hertz. The 6.1-inch screen of the Huawei P40, on the other hand, uses OLED technology. Here, too, the display has a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels in Full HD Plus, but has a density of 422 ppi in its smaller size. The refresh rate is also up to 90 Hertz higher than the Note 20 5G, which ensures a smoother playback on the Huawei smartphone.
Performance: Top processors with 5G modem
In terms of performance, both devices are as good as in no way inferior. Inside the Galaxy Note 20 5G, the in-house Exynos 990 processor clocks at up to 2.73 GHz. It is supported by 8 GB of RAM. The Huawei P40, on the other hand, is powered by the Kirin 990 processor, which clocks at a maximum of 2.86 GHz and uses 8 GB of RAM. Fast loading times and smooth performance are guaranteed with both smartphones. Both SoCs are also equipped with a 5G mode and are therefore ideally equipped for the new cellular standard. While the Huawei P40 is available as a 5G-capable version as standard, the Note 20 is available with and without a 5G modem.
Camera: triple cameras in a class of their own
The square camera module is located on the back of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G. The triple camera is equipped with a 64-megapixel telesensor with f / 2.0 aperture, a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor with f / 1.8 aperture and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor with f / 2.2 aperture. On board are numerous camera functions such as the Pro, Panorama and Night modes, the 30x space zoom or an optical image stabilizer. Videos resolve in up to 8K and can also be recorded in super slow mo, slow motion or hyperlapse. The 10-megapixel front camera is perfect for individual and group selfies.
Battery and memory: Samsung has the edge when it comes to batteries
The internal storage capacity of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G is 256 GB. The smartphone thus offers enough space for all important documents, pictures, music files and apps. However, you should first consider whether this storage space is sufficient, because there is no space for an external memory card. The Huawei P40, on the other hand, is only equipped with 128 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 256 GB using a nano memory card.
The battery of the Galaxy Note 20 5G, on the other hand, has a small lead over the Huawei P40. The 4,300 mAh battery provides up to 74 hours of music and 21 hours of video playback and lasts for an average of two days with normal use.