Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Last year, one of the most important agenda items of the technology world was the obstacles Huawei faced in the USA and that this had important reflections on the individual consumer electronics side. When Google revoked Huawei's Android license as a result of the US administration's decision, the Chinese company had to reorganize its smartphone strategy. Things were fine for Huawei until the decision made in May 2019. The latest P30 was interested to see well in the series. Google's decision meant the absence of Google apps and services, which are indispensable for Android phones, in the new Huawei phones. The first products of the new era Huawei Mate 30 and became Mate 30 Pro.

Hold your horses not so fast Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is a real beast.  Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G comes identical to the Samsung S20 Ultra. It has a huge battery which can last up to 24 hours without charging. This phone also has a large display providing you with the best user experience ever until these days.  In this article, we will see which one the king is.

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Design & Display.

 Both Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G are amazingly astonishing. In terms of design, Huawei is a little more active than its competitors. Like its predecessor Mate 20 Pro, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is a phone with remarkable differences in design compared to the previous generation product. The first detail that draws attention when you pick up the phone will be how much the screen curves sideways. We can call this screen "waterfall screen". Due to this waterfall-like structure, the screen of the Mate 30 Pro is completely edge-to-edge. The bezel areas at the top and bottom of the screen are very thin. However, there is also a notch similar to that of the Mate 20 Pro.

The widespread of the screen towards the edges brings some important consequences in terms of design. First of all, the power button is slid back and pretty thin. This key is the only physical unit in the Mate 30 Pro. There are no other keys on the phone. You can also turn the sound on and off on the touch screen. Where we are normally used to seeing the volume keys, on the upper half of the phone, when you lightly click on the edges of the screen, the volume setting will appear. You can adjust the volume by touching this setting or by moving your finger up and down on the right or left edge of the screen.

This unusual sound setting does not cause much trouble when using the phone while looking at the screen. But if you want to turn the volume up or down when you want to make a phone call, if you have some trouble. On the other hand, when using the phone horizontally, the location of the volume controls does not change. Again, you should use the same zones for volume adjustment. While taking a photo, a shutter icon appears on the edge of the screen in the camera application as if there were physical volume keys. By clicking this, you can take pictures practically.

When we look at the back, we see that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a unique design. The circular camera module placed in the middle protrudes slightly outward. There are also four cameras inside. The circular motif placed around it also adds a distinct atmosphere to the back design. The flash is in the upper left corner. Huawei has likened the design of the back to a camera on this phone, and has brought horizontal use to the fore.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro is an ergonomic phone that is a combination of glass and metal. However, the surface is a bit slippery so you may have some difficulty using it. Thankfully, the transparent case comes out of the box, and that's how we used the phone mostly. While this case does not increase the thickness and weight of the phone, it adds a little more friction to the surface, making it easier to use. Grasping and using the phone with one hand does not cause much trouble, you can use one-handed mode where necessary, and you can access the points at the top of the screen with one hand by shrinking the user interface.

There is a single speaker on the lower edge of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. This is the phone's only speaker. Next to it is the USB-C port, microphone, and SIM card slot. In addition, the Huawei-specific NM card is placed in this slot. There is support for dual SIM cards. If you want, you can also install a second line instead of the memory card. On the upper edge is the second microphone and the infrared port, a classic in Huawei phones. There are also antenna lines on the upper and lower edges.

Mate 30 Pro also reveals that it is a water and dust resistant phone with IP68 certification. The front and back layers with Gorilla Glass 6 look resistant to scratches. In fact, it is very normal that the back of the phone does not encounter any scratches or abrasions since we use a case. However, we did not see any noticeable scratches or wear on the front.

On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G also shares the same material structure and properties as the other products of the Galaxy S20 family. Glass and metal combination comes with the design. The friction of the glass surface is sufficient, so it is possible to hold and use the phone without slipping. On the other hand, it also has water and dust resistance, which is documented with IP68 certification. During the summer days, we are in, you can use the S20 Ultra by the sea or the pool with peace of mind without worrying about water. It will not cause any headache in case of use in the rain or dropping into a puddle in the winter.

The S20 Ultra is the phone with the largest body in the series. At the launch of the Galaxy S20 series, the Ultra model looked like it was a pretty big phone amongst the others. However, after we started to experience the phone, we found that the large body did not cause much trouble. Of course, it's a bigger and heavier phone than the Galaxy S20 Plus. However, we did not have any difficulties in handling or carrying it in a pocket.

Samsung has placed the screen protective film from the very beginning. Even though minor scratches begin to appear on it after a few days, it seems that you can use it for a long time without removing the screen protector film. Samsung uses Corning Gorilla Glass 6 glass on the front and back of this phone. Since the front is covered with glass, it is protected from the very beginning. There are no noticeable scratches or abrasions on the back, either. However, we have to say that the glass surface is very generous in retaining fingerprints and dirt.

On the lower edge of the S20 Ultra, there is a USB-C port, microphone, and speaker. While there is no input or output on the left side, there are volume keys and a power button on the right side. On the upper edge, there is a microphone, nano-SIM card, and microSD card tray. On the back is a camera module that is quite wide and protrudes considerably. Here, too, there are four cameras, flash, and third microphone. The Samsung logo is also placed towards the bottom.

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

As far as display is concerned, The Mate 30 Pro comes with a 6.53 OLED screen with a diagonal length that comes with a high screen-to-body ratio of 94.1 percent. As we mentioned above, there is a structure that spreads from edge to edge because the screen is curved quite a lot. A curvature at such a high angle causes part of the user interface to be lost at the edges. There are also slight darkening towards the edges. Despite such flaws, it is not common to accidentally click the edges while holding and using the phone. The waterfall-shaped screen makes the Huawei Mate 30 Pro look very stylish and pleasant. However, we think there is no need for such curved screens for optimum visual experience.

The screen of the Mate 30 Pro has a resolution of 1176 x 2400 pixels. The resolution of the 18.5: 9 aspect ratio screen is slightly higher than Full HD + and has a pixel density of 409 PPI. This is enough for sharp and clear images. The brightness of the screen is quite high and it provides comfortable use in the outdoor environment. Supporting the DCI-P3 color gamut, this display really has high color saturation and vividness. Your eyes will be relaxed and visually satisfied while viewing photos, surfing the web, or watching videos. HDR10 support is also available. However, there are not many applications to get a taste of this support.

In terms of sound, the line of the Huawei P30 Pro is followed. The phone has only one speaker and no speakerphone insight. Bone vibration is used during phone calls. As a result, a normal speakerphone does not have the performance, but we can say that phone calls are handled clearly. On the sound side, we see that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro offers an adequate sound output. Even though it is a speaker, the screen also contributes to the sound output, resulting in a clear and filling ear.

Reversing it,, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with 6.9  Dynamic AMOLED 2X corner-to-corner display with curved edges. The screen occupies 89.9% of the front of the device. The S20 Ultra has a 1440 x 3200 resolution just like the S20 Plus model with 511 PPI. However, it is possible to use the screen of the phone with a lower resolution setting. In fact, there is no big difference between QHD + and FHD + resolution at normal operating distance. However, we generally preferred to use the phone in the highest resolution.

If you prefer Full HD + resolution in screen resolution, you can also take advantage of the 120Hz refresh rate feature of the screen. The higher refresh rate offers a smoother visuality in user interface transitions and web page scrolling. It also shows the difference in games that support high graphics speeds on the game side. Apart from that, let's also mention that the screen changes the refresh rate dynamically according to the content. Generally, the 120Hz refresh rate doesn't make much of a difference, but those who like smoother transitions can enable this setting by sacrificing resolution.

The screen of the S20 Ultra has high brightness, deep blacks, and high contrast. The colors are vivid, which gives a more intense and better experience when viewing photos and videos. It is possible to adjust the color temperature of the screen as you wish. You can also use the Blue light filter that considers eye health. The viewing angles of the screen are high, and we can say that the screen hole at the top does not scratch much while playing games or watching videos.

The S20 Ultra has two speakers. One of them is at the bottom and the other is placed on the handset at the top of the screen. The volume of the two speakers is at almost the same level, so the stereo sound is largely provided. The sound quality is good, the treble is not overdone at full volume. Although the bass is not very high, a little bit of influence can be felt. You can listen to music or watch videos with your friends without connecting any speakers to the S20 Ultra. The speakers of the phone will be enough for you..

 Operating System and Processor.

Both phones offer extremely fast and powerful processors. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G comes with the Exynos 990, and Huawei Mate 30 Pro is powered by the Kirin 990. Both processors are built using a 7nm process for extreme power efficiency, and they both have a neural engine on board for AI-related tasks.

 In the Geekbench test, the S20 Ultra scored 905 points for the single-core and 3358 for the multicores. whereas the Mate scored 766 points for the single-core and 3050 for the multicores. 

According to the operating system, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra runs on Android 10 with Samsung famous UI 2.1 user interface. Earlier this year, Samsung began offering the One UI 2 user interface on last year's S10 and Note 10 series models. However, with the S20, it also brought some innovations on the software side. For example, among Samsung Galaxy phones AppleQuick Share is one of them, which enables sharing photos, videos, or documents similar to AirDrop. On the other hand, the Samsung Daily interface, which replaces Bixby Home looks more useful with recommendations from multimedia services such as Netflix and Spotify. Additionally, you can use Google Duo instead of Samsung's video calling app. If you choose Duo, you can easily make video calls with more people. However, the person you call must also be a Duo user.

As we have always said in previous Samsung phone reviews, the One UI user interface, with its large icons and other controls, allows to use large screen phones more comfortably. We see the benefit of One UI on the S20 Ultra, which has a fairly large screen. You can access your favorite applications by dragging the drawer on the side of the phone towards the center. You can even open two apps on the same screen by dragging and dropping any of them in the middle of the screen, or use the app in a floating window.

Apart from that, many applications that we are used to seeing on Samsung's Galaxy phones come preinstalled. In addition to Google's popular applications such as Gmail, Maps, YouTube, there are also applications such as Microsoft's Office Mobile, LinkedIn, OneDrive. As we mentioned in the previous section, you can install DeX software on your computer, connect the S20 Ultra to the computer, and view the phone's user interface on the big screen, as if using a computer, with the view of the desktop. In this way, you can open websites in desktop view. Or you can better view your photos or videos. DeX also provides practicality in working with Office documents. In addition, after activating the Connect to Windows control in Quick Settings, you can connect to the S20 Ultra with the Your Phone app on your PC. Among the functions offered are seeing the notifications and messages sent to the phone on the computer screen, accessing the user interface of the phone from the computer, and answering the incoming calls from the computer. In other words, you can make better use of the high processing power of the S20 Ultra with your computer and achieve an uninterrupted working environment.

Having said that, The Mate comes with Android 10 with EMUI 10. In fact, apart from the lack of Google apps and services, Huawei phone owners expect a familiar user interface and feel. The app icons, the apps, the settings menu, and the rest are Huawei style and everything looks the same except for minor changes. With the advent of EMUI 10, it is possible to use dark mode system-wide. This phone will also get along well with Huawei's MatePad Pro and MateBook laptops. By the way, the automatic rotation feature detects the position of your head and rotates the user interface accordingly. From now on, you will not need to turn off auto-rotate while looking at the Mate 30 Pro's screen while lying down, because the phone does not rotate the interface because it detects that you are looking at the phone while lying down.

As you know, Google suspended Huawei's Android license, and for this reason, Google apps and services are not included in Huawei's future Android phones. Huawei Mate 30 Pro is one of the first products of this new era.

You won't find an Android phone experience you're used to on the Mate 30 Pro. Your favorite Google applications such as Gmail, Maps, YouTube are not available on this phone. Also, because you cannot add a Google account, you cannot pair your phone with your account. Naturally, there is no Google Play Store to download apps and games. Of course, the remedy is inexhaustible in democracies. Immediately after the Mate 30 Pro went on sale, various tricks emerged that made it possible to install Google Play Store and Google services on this phone. You can apply one of them and get the Google experience you are used to. However, let's point out that this is an unreliable and somewhat complicated process. It is useful to know what you are doing well.

During the time we experienced the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, we tried to stay away from Google apps and services and instead handle with what Huawei has to offer. Huawei is closing the gaps created by Google and it has done this in a shorter time than we expected. In fact, it has been to the advantage of the company that Google's applications and services are closed in the company's homeland China. It applies the policy and strategy there to the global market.

Due to the lack of Google applications on the home screen, Huawei applications are at the forefront. There are also tools we are used to seeing on Huawei phones before. Moreover, Huawei has developed an assistant page similar to Google's. Although this place is still in its infancy, your favorite applications and various news headlines are listed in the panel on the far left of the main screen. There is no search application yet, the application component on the home screen opens to Google via the internet browser and allows searching there.

If we look at the app store called app gallery Huawei, Huawei Turkey developers in our country, we see that treats active in adding to the ecosystem. There are many domestic applications in the store. However, most of them seem to be tuned for Google Mobile Services for now. Some apps are also not included in AppGallery with their most current versions. We think that such problems will improve over time and that the developers will also consider Huawei's platform in their update calendars. In the meantime, for those who will experience the lack of Google Maps in the map application, let's say that Yandex Navigation is in AppGallery and it works very well.

Of course, you don't have favorite apps like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook in Huawei AppGallery. It seems safe to use APK download site such as APK Mirror or alternative repositories such as APKPure to download them. Android's ease of manually installing apps comes in handy at this point. Fortunately, Huawei also automatically performs a security check on these manually loaded APKs. How reliable it is is debatable, but at least you will have peace of mind. While downloading popular apps from the APK Mirror site in the beginning, APKPure, which functions like an app store, became our main choice. Moreover, this place allows you to easily update.

Using the Huawei Mate 30 Pro in this form has been the biggest challenge for us on the multimedia side. No or very limited access to two important video apps like Netflix and YouTube. It is possible to close the YouTube gap up to a certain point through the mobile website. The latest version of Netflix APKs we downloaded did not work properly. That's why we've been browsing the Huawei forums to find an older version of the app from the middle of last summer. In this way, it is possible to watch Netflix videos, but we are deprived of the feature of downloading Netflix to watch when we are not connected to the internet, which is one of the most used features.

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Storage, Price, and available colors.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro price depends on the selected variant. The basic variant of the S20 Ultra 5G with 12GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost you around 1299.99USD on Amazon. The variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB variant, it will cost 1399.99USD  while the 16GB RAM and 512GB variant will cost you around 1999.99USD on Amazon. It supports either 2 SIM cards or 1 SD card up to 1TB. It is available in Black and Gray colors. 

Meanwhile, the basic variant of Huawei Mate 30 Pro with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost you around 819.00USD on Amazon while, the variant with 8GB RAM and 256GB variant, it will cost 813.90USD on Amazon. It supports either 2 SIM cards or one SIM card and Nano SD card up to 256GB. It is available in Space Silver, Black, Cosmic Purple, and Emerald Green colors.

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

 Security and Ports.

For security, the Mate 30 Pro has the in-screen fingerprint reader which works very quickly and practically. However, the Face ID facial recognition system used by Huawei in the Mate 20 Pro is also available in the Mate 30 Pro. In fact, since face recognition scans in three dimensions, it has a much higher security level than systems that scan using only the front camera. You can use whichever one is comfortable. Both are not far behind each other in terms of security. The Mate also supports the classical unlocking methods such as pattern and passcode.

 On the other side of the coin, The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a fingerprint reader. Samsung is making this unit better and better. During the time we used the S20 Ultra, we preferred the fingerprint reader as the authentication method. And we did not have any trouble with this. Those who wish can also benefit from facial recognition using the front camera. The phone also supports the classical unlocking methods such as pattern and passcode.

 As of ports, the device supports Bluetooth 5 and NFC. It supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling. The device comes with a USB-C port, which helps in quick charing. It supports a 3.5mm headphone jack.

 Whereas the S20 Ultra supports Bluetooth 5 but unfortunately, it doesn't support NFC. It also supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling.  It also supports a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Samsung Galaxy  S20 Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?

Battery and Charging

Huawei Mate 30 Pro provides a powerful Li-Po 4500mAh battery. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra holds even more powerful Li-Po 5000mAh battery. And both phones offer fast charging.

Huawei's capabilities in battery optimization are known, and Mate 30 Pro users also have the opportunity to take advantage of it. The phone offers a performance that will easily take a day off even with heavy use. We usually recharged the Huawei Mate 30 Pro every 2-3 days during our experience.

Even if you use the Mate 30 Pro heavily and keep the battery life short, this phone is ready for hours of use again in a short time thanks to the fast charging support. The 40W charging adapter included in the box provides a battery level of over 60 percent in half an hour. In just forty minutes, 85 percent of it is filled. It takes about an hour and a half to reach full capacity. There is also support for wireless charging, which is quite high at 27W. However, let's say you need a compatible accessory to take advantage of this.

Contrastingly, as for the S20 Ultra, The screen and processor of the phone are high-profile, the battery consumption is higher. Still, it delivers a battery performance in line with that of the S20 Plus. With normal intensity use, there is a battery life that can easily take off one day and even hangs on the second day. With the 45W fast charging adapter included in the box, it is possible to reach a full capacity that allows the phone to be used for a few hours in a short time. Wireless charging is also available and accessories with 15W power output are supported. By the way, reverse wireless charging, which we see in high-end Samsung phones, is among the features of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, as Samsung calls it. With the help of this feature, Qi wireless charging supported smartphones,

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?


 Huawei Mate 30 Pro goes with a quad-camera on the rear as clarified: 40Mp ( ultrawide with f\1.8),40MP( wide with f\1.6), and 8MP( telephoto with f\2.4). The Mate 30 Pro has a dual-facing camera: 32 ( wide with f\2.4) and TOF with a 3D biometrics sensor for depth. In contrast, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G has Quad rear cameras, 12MP( ultrawide with f\2.2), 108MP ( wide with f\1.8), 48MP ( telephoto with f\3.5), and Depth Vision for isolation. On the front, you see a 40MP camera with f\2.2.

At wide-angle, the Mate 30 Pro uses a 40-megapixel sensor and optics similar to those of the P30 Pro. Huawei, on the other hand, seems to have changed its software recipe, since the rendering of the latest Mate is better than that of the P30 Pro. The improvement is most noticeable in terms of detail. Even at 10 megapixels, the default definition, the images are particularly rich. The color rendering is natural and the dynamics are excellent. We note here and there chromatic aberrations on some elements of our test scene, but nothing maddening.

 Or rather, As for the main module of the Galaxy S20 Ultra offers to capture photos in 108 or 12MP. Let's start with the 108-megapixel photo performance. Without too much surprise, the results turn out to be excellent in full light. The Galaxy S20 Ultra even outperforms the already remarkable Mi Note 10 in the year. And for once, let's note that Samsung delivers natural images. The scene is extremely detailed, even on the outskirts.

 At The same is true in low light, with excellent detail management, without overdoing smoothing. Above all, the emphasis is lowered, which makes it possible to obtain more neutral photos. What clearly outclass the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ in this exercise.

In low light, the 108-megapixel module of the Galaxy S20 Ultra produces shots that are certainly noisy, but natural. The colorimetry remains correct and the treatment discreet.

Keep in mind that the main module of the Galaxy S20 Ultra uses a sensor developed by Samsung, the ISOCELL Bright HM1. A slightly improved version of the ISOCELL Bright HMX crossed in the Xiaomi Note 10. It, therefore, takes advantage of photosites of 0.8 µm as well as an identical diagonal of 1.2 cm, making it one of the largest smartphone photo sensors currently on the market. The only difference between the two sensors is the use of pixel binning. As a reminder, this process consists in assembling several pixels to form only one. But where the Mi Note 10's HMX mixed four pixels, the Galaxy S20 Ultra's HM1 assembles nine. This allows the module to capture even more light, granting a drop in definition. Thus, the 108-megapixel sensor captures, by default, shots in 27 MP (108/4), when the Galaxy S20 Ultra drops to 12 MP (108/9).

By default, the main module of the Galaxy S20 Ultra captures snapshots in 12 megapixels. He thus exploits his famous technique of pixel binning. And the results are unfortunately less brilliant.  Even if the result turns out to be blurry and roughly accentuated, it remains readable.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra has a night mode. Which is content, at the cost of an exposure of several seconds, to further accentuate the cliché. This treatment results in chromatic aberrations here and there. Enough to interfere with readability and spoil the whole.

  the Mate 30 Pro captures its very wide-angle shots in 10 Mpx. It is possible to force the switch to the maximum definition, but the difference in rendering is not significant. Admittedly, the images in 40 Mpx are more slightly precise. The difference will only be really visible if you try to zoom in the image. Logically enough, the higher definition will bend better when cropping, but this practice is not really suitable for ultra-wide-angle.

Better to be content to stay in 10 Mpx for very wide-angle photos, then. Especially since the Mate 30 Pro defends itself rather well in the exercise, even against serious opponents of the discipline, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The South Korean manufacturer offers quite accentuated shots, allowing to reinforce the impression of details. However, the solid colors are very smoothed by the Note 10+. For its part, the Mate 30 Pro offers more natural images.

 Nevertheless,   Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra offers pretty good results during the day. The scene is correctly exposed and the processing controlled. The dive is however limited.

At night, Often disappointed by the promises of pixel binning in low light, we are not here. The Mate 30 Pro makes a copy above the rest and clearly dominates the Galaxy Note 10+ in this exercise. Huawei's mobile is even one of the few that does not completely lose its footing in ultra wide-angle when the light is very low. Of course, not everything is perfect for the Mate 30 Pro, which maintains a very hot balance and plays on the accentuation, but we are far from the pixel mush offered by many competitors.

However,  By night, the S20 Ultra, the result is much worse. The smoothing takes over and the colors are erased on a shot that has the merit of remaining legible. Remember, however, that few smartphones shine in this exercise.

As for the Mate telephoto, In broad daylight, the Mate 30 Pro's telephoto shots are decent, but lacking in precision. At least Huawei hasn't pressed too hard on the emphasis here either. However, the rendering is a bit cold.

In low light, the Mate 30 Pro abandons its telephoto module in favor of a digital crop in the main module. Obviously, the image quality drops drastically. The result is rarely famous with the "zoom" modules of smartphones.

For The periscope telephoto lens of the Galaxy delivers excellent daytime results. Despite exaggerated colors and limited sharpness, the Galaxy S20 Ultra manages to achieve perfectly readable 4x photos. And that's already a lot. It is also interesting to note that the smartphone here performs pixel binning and captures 12 MP shots.

At night, the periscope telephoto suffers from regrettable chromatic aberrations at night. But as for the ultra-wide-angle module, few smartphones are able to get by in this exercise.

  Huawei has pushed the optimization to the front sensors. With 32 megapixels, the shots captured are of excellent quality. The details are numerous and the exposure of the faces is always successful. Managing the backlight is no problem for the Mate 30 Pro. Lovers of self-portraits will be very well served by this smartphone.

 Inversely, For the front camera, the S20 Ultra, by default, this module captures selfies in 10 MP using the pixel binning technique. The pictures taken are particularly smooth, especially on the faces. The result is much more realistic in 40 MP.

  the The Mate 30 Pro's portrait mode is quite good. It manages to cut out the subject correctly from its background and generates a smooth background blur. Importantly, it also remains good in low light conditions, which is not always the case with some competitors.

 That said, The portrait mode, the Samsung smartphone is rather fine, with quality clipping.

  For the video part, the behavior of the Mate 30 Pro in video is exemplary. Even in 4K at 60 fps, fluidity is there and the image quality too. Huawei's mobile manages to offer very successful exhibition transitions. Focus tracking is also excellent. Lovers of videos will be served. There is also a slow-motion mode that can reach 7680 fps in 720p. In this mode, it will be necessary to prefer very bright environments all the same, otherwise the quality will drop sharply.

However,  on the S20 Ultra is capable of filming in 8K like the other S20s. The result, however, is not convincing. Stability suffers, the development of galley and slowdowns are felt. We, therefore, advise you to shoot in 4K 60 fps. Under these conditions, the smartphone is much more convincing.

Galaxy Ultra 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro which one is the king?


Huawei Mate 30 Pro includes features that are worthy of a flagship phone in many aspects such as hardware, design, battery, camera, screen. The quality of the material is good, it feels like a valuable phone. Although the curvature on the screen is a bit exaggerated, the design is also attractive and makes the device look more appealing. Especially the edge-to-edge view of the screen makes this phone look more assertive. The screen is high in terms of visual experience, which increases the enjoyment of use. It is unlucky not to be able to take full advantage of applications such as Netflix and YouTube after installing the Google Play Store. Even though it is a single speaker, it offers a sufficient volume. Its battery provides the expected level of performance from a Huawei phone. The Kirin 990 also offers the performance expected from the flagship phone.

On the camera side, we see that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is strong. The phone provides good frames in different conditions. The ultra-wide-angle camera is at least as good as the main camera, even in some cases, its performance goes ahead. In video recording, we see that stability and quality that is just as good as professional cameras is captured. Huawei Mate 30 Pro is a really powerful tool when it comes to content creation.

However, the air of this device is getting a little cloudy and gloomy on the software side. The absence of Google applications and services, and the inability to download apps and games from the Google Play Store prevents getting enough efficiency from this device. Of course, there are ways to install Google services and the Google Play Store, but these aren't completely safe, you're lowering the security level of the Mate 30 Pro. Still, at this point, the decision is yours. As we use it, the Mate 30 Pro offers a slightly incomplete experience, especially on the multimedia side. However, it is possible to obtain other applications you use in daily life in a relatively safe way, thanks to both Huawei AppGallery and alternative APK sources.

As a result, Huawei Mate 30 Pro is recommended for intermediate and above-experienced users who are more familiar with the Android ecosystem and know what to do with this device than a medium or low-level user in terms of experience and experience. These people can unlock the locked performance of the device with their knowledge and experience.

On the other hand, Huawei Mate 30 Pro serves as a test environment for Huawei's new era, providing a glimpse into the future. Leaving aside the restriction of easy access to popular and familiar applications, we see that Huawei has done well in a short period of time and has made significant progress in providing an alternative Google ecosystem. In the past, Nokia had tried to take a similar path but was not successful.

Conversely, the recommended selling price of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is 12 thousand 499 TL. It is possible to find this phone at 1,500USD prices. The new price for high-end smartphones is now above 1,200USD. When we look at the phones above this price level, we see that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is a remarkable product with its features.

Even though the S20 Ultra is a large screen phone, it is not very difficult to use the phone. Thanks to its curved lines and glass surface with sufficient friction, using the phone with one hand and carrying it in a pocket does not cause much trouble. It also includes many features such as water resistance that we look for in a high-end smartphone. The Dynamic AMOLED screen also offers a high visual experience when watching videos or playing games with its features such as high resolution, deep blacks, vivid colors and 120Hz refresh rate. The stereo sound system completes the high experience offered by the screen on the multimedia and gaming side. While the Exynos 990 processor offers the performance we expect from a flagship phone, there is a high amount of RAM and sufficient storage space. With One UI 2, which comes with Android 10 and above, a comfortable and practical use is offered for users. There are tools to increase productivity for Windows PC owners. By the way, not only Windows but also Mac users can benefit from DeX.

On the camera side, we see that the Galaxy S20 Ultra offers a performance above average. You can take high quality, pleasing photos, and videos. Although features such as 100x zoom and 8K video recording seem more like an advertisement element, the Galaxy S20 Ultra with its four rear cameras and high-resolution selfie camera shows a high camera performance. The S20 Ultra is a vehicle that can work comfortably and adequately on special days.

If your budget is suitable for exceeding 670USD, you can add the S20 Ultra to your evaluation list. We expect Samsung to release the Note 20 series soon, but this will not compromise the S20 Ultra's timeliness and usefulness. We expect the two phones to be at roughly the same level in terms of performance and many other factors. By the way, if you have a Samsung branded TV or appliances in your home, the S20 Ultra will do well with your devices. What do you think? Share your knowledge with us.

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