Huawei P20 vs iPhone X Quick Look: Notches Galore

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Despite six months between them, the Huawei P20 Pro and iPhone X share more similarities than you might think. Join josh as he compares the Huawei P20 Pro with the iPhone X!

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41 thoughts on “Huawei P20 vs iPhone X Quick Look: Notches Galore

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  2. The notch on the P20 is gorgeous why iPhone couldn't have done the same. The notch is a lot smaller and more natural-looking with the P20 Huawei. With this notch the phone could have been bezel to bezel side to side and bottom with the notch at the top the way it is on the P20. I guess we will see that in future phones almost screen free but the notch at the top to keep the camera and speaker but that small Notch is gorgeous.

  3. Whats the point of having that notch when you have such a Huge Chin at the bottom? WTF?
    Iphone has it because theres no extra chin space at the bottom. What is wrong with the world of android?

  4. Absolutely brilliant the Huawei P20 Pro I love it specially the design the Leica camera optics & the AI & a bigger screen & all for £769 for me I ordered it on that brilliant blue colour can’t wait until Monday for it cheers peace

  5. Android did have this swipe down control center in one side and notifications on the other side and as the Apple approach it sucks on newer devices since the top left isn't easy to reach without shimming the phone in one hand or use two hands.

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