Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review


Among the many new smartphones released this year, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro has been the center of attention. It’s been released with dual SIM capability and an unlocked version. This means it can be used on any network in the world. It’s also been tested by electronics experts, so you can be assured it’s safe to use. It’s also got a 5.2-inch QHD screen, a fast co-processor, and a hefty battery, making it one of the most powerful smartphones on the market.


Despite being a premium smartphone, the Mate 10 Pro’s screen does not look as good as the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung’s AMOLED screen has better colors and a higher contrast ratio. It also has more NTSC coverage. However, Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro has a higher resolution.

Mate 10 Pro’s OLED panel has an always-on display. It is also capable of producing better blacks than its LCD counterpart. In addition, the Mate 10 Pro’s oleophobic coating does not have smeary fingerprints.

The Mate 10 Pro’s display also has a floating dock, which allows users to place it anywhere on the screen for thumb access. This feature makes it easy to access several functions. For example, a floating dock can be used to navigate through an app or return to the home screen.

AI scene detection

Using AI scene detection on a smartphone is not a new concept. However, there are only a handful of Android phones with AI capabilities. These include the Google Pixel and iPhone X. These phones feature a dedicated Neural Engine that functions like a brain but does nothing.

The most basic of AI scene detection tools is a clever way to identify and adjust settings to improve the picture. For example, an AI scene detection feature can enhance a photo’s colors and brightness by adjusting its contrast, intelligence, and saturation. It can also soften the background to better focus on the subject. It’s also possible to use AI scene detection to enhance your photos by considering the scene you’re shooting.


Huawei Mate 10 Pro, unlike other smartphones, features a special co-processor, an AI-specific neural network processing unit. This allows more advanced AI tasks to be carried out on the device without transferring data to the cloud.

This makes the phone run smoothly. In addition, Huawei claims it has more power than the octa-core Kirin 970 processor used in Note 8. The processor offers 25 percent more power than the previous generations. In addition, the processor provides 50 percent more energy efficiency.

The Mate 10 Pro also features an impressive display. The screen goes all the way to the edges of the phone, giving it a better grip than other big-screen phones. The screen also features an 18:9 aspect ratio, allowing a more comprehensive view of the screen.

Battery life

Among all the new smartphones in the market, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is one of the most powerful yet. It packs a 4000mAh battery that allows it to last two days between charges. It also features a dual camera system with Leica-branded optics.

It’s not a particularly small phone, but its design makes it feel like a big phone. It features a glass and metal build, with thin bezels on the sides and a big, curved screen. It’s also water-resistant. It’s IP67-rated. It lacks a 3.5mm audio jack and wireless charging, but it’s still quite portable.

Huawei has also added some features that make it easier to manage the battery. For example, its battery maintenance app and phone manager allow you to find which apps are consuming the most power and make adjustments. It also has a power-saving mode that shuts down background apps and reduces visual effects.

Software hiccups

Despite its many great features, Huawei Mate 10 Pro has some software hiccups. It is still a solid phone with a good camera, but it doesn’t have the performance or quality to be a contender against the Galaxy S8 or the Note.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro runs EMUI 8.0. This is an improvement over the EMUI 7 version and has fewer compatibility issues. It also has a reworked camera software to match the new NPU AI processor.

The camera also takes perfect photos in dark or low-light conditions. In addition, it’s capable of compensating for camera shake. The software is similar to the cameras on other Huawei phones. It has automatic scene detection, but there aren’t many objects it can identify.

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