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Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro get support for Netflix HD and HDR

Review: Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Here’s great news if you watch a lot of Netflix on your phone. Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro now support Google’s Widevine DRM. This means you can play HD and HDR content on Netflix. Before your Netflix videos were capped at 540p, because the phones only supported Widevine L3. Now, it supports Widevine L1. So, now you can watch your shows and movies in better resolution.

Source: Gizmochina


Leak shows smaller chin for the Galaxy S10+

Samsung Galaxy S10+ chin compared to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and iPhone X

The latest leak for the Galaxy S10+ is going into the minutiae of details. This time around, it’s focusing on the chin of the upcoming Samsung flagship. A new leak shows how the Galaxy S10+’s chin will compare to the iPhone X’s and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s. The difference isn’t that significant, but you can see a slight difference—or at least you’d need to take a ruler to it. If you’ve been looking for a bigger display, looks like the upcoming Samsung might deliver.

Source: GSMArena


Huawei Mate 20 Pro now available in Canada

Canada is getting a rare exclusive as the new flagship Huawei Mate 20 Pro is now available through various carriers like Bell Mobility, Fido, Koodo, Rogers, SaskTel, TELUS, Videotron and Virgin Mobile and shops like Best Buy, NewEgg and others. In our recent review of the smartphone we found it to be a delightful handset with stellar cameras including an impressive 5X optical zoom feature and AI functionality. 

Powered by the world's first 7nm Mobile Artificial Intelligence (AI) chipset Kirin 980, the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro will be available in Black and Twilight.

Consumers have been able to pre-order their Mate 20 Pro today, with selected carriers offering a special gift – a HUAWEI WATCH 2 or a HUAWEI MediaPad T3 10 tablet – for a limited time.


Huawei sells in China a protective case that lets you bring the Mate 20 Pro underwater

While the Huawei Mate 20 Pro has IP68 protection for water- and dust-resistance, this isn’t enough to take the phone under water so you can take photos and videos. That’s why the company is selling in China’s a special Diving Case, which will let you use its advertised underwater camera mode. The case is designed to withstand pressure of up to five metres for one hour. It can be brought to the sea as it can be used in salt water. Underwater use is easy with the protruding buttons on the side and its camera mode makes use of an intelligent image processing so it can capture stills and videos sans distortion. The case is being sold for CNY 599 (around CA$110). Unfortunately, there’s no word yet whether it’ll be brought out of China but we’re hoping it would be.

Source: GSMArena