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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


Android Pie starts rolling out to Huawei P20 series in China, international market could soon follow

Power Trio: The Huawei P20 Pro Review

Huawei has begun rolling out Android 9.0 Pie via the EMUI 9 skin in China. It’s being reported that it’s hitting both the P20 and P20 Pro units. It’s the final build and it brings with it Huawei’s take on Google’s Digital Wellbeing app—Digital Balance—as well as better volume controls, GPU Turbo for smoother gameply, and gesture navigation. There is no word yet when it’ll be hitting the international market but with this being the final build, it shouldn’t be that long of a wait.

Source: GSMArena


Huawei P20 Pro Twilight variant comes to Canada starting Sept. 6th

Twilight is coming. Nope, not the vampire movie. We’re talking about the iridescent, gradient colour of the Huawei P20 series. The Twilight version for the P20 Pro is coming to our shores starting September 6th. It’ll be available through Bell, Rogers, TELUS, and SaskTel. Huawei was able to achieve this interesting shade by applying eight alternating layers of oxides and nitrates on the glass. They made use of five layers of colour coating, one diamond-like carbon layer, and two layers of anti-fingerprint coating. If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on this version, then your wait is almost over.


Power Trio: The Huawei P20 Pro Review

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Today's smartphones are as much about photography than they are about being connected, running apps and serving as the conduits to our digital lives. 

Each year smartphone makers add more cameras, more DSLR-like features, improved filters, and even myriad ways to create emojis or replicate studio lighting.

Over the course of smartphone history, however, there have been standout camera phones that have leapfrogged the market and offered outstanding camera and picture quality.

Super camera phones of the past include the Nokia Lumia 1020 with an outstanding 41-megapixel sensor as well as the Nokia PureView which was even more audacious, albeit much rarer to find. The Huawei P20 Pro is the heir apparent to this throne and this is by design. 

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