Are you planning to get the latest high-end smartphone trending in the market right now? If so, which one? What is the most important feature you look for?

Well, allow me to help you out here.

Let's look at two latest release smartphones at the moment: the Huawei P30 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

 

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) | 6.4" QHD+ (1440 x 3040) HDR10+ certified | Gorilla Glass 6 (Non scratch) | Aluminium frame design | IP68 dust/waterproof | Android 9 | 512GB at 12GB RAM + 128 GB at 8GB RAM | MicroSD up to 512 GB | Snapdragon 855 - USA/China / Exynos 9820 - EMEA/LATAM | 4100 mAh battery | 3 camera lens at 12MP + 12MP + 16MP | Front camera lens at 10MP + 8MP (Dual Pixel PDAF) | Dual OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) | Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensor 

Retail price: US$999.99

 

Huawei P30 Pro

Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) | 6.47" screen (1080 x 2340) | Android 9.0 + EMUI 9.0 OS | IP68 dust/water resistant | Front/back glass | Aluminium frame design | 256/512GB at 8GB RAM + 128GB at 6GB RAM | 4200 mAh battery | Hisilicon Kirin 980 GPU | 3 camera lens at 40MP + 20MP + 8MP | front camera lesn at 32MP 

Retail price: US$788

 

Okay. Now let's do a comparison.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Huawei P30 Pro

Design:

 

Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow, Flamingo Pink, Ceramic Black, Ceramic White Breathing Crystal, Aurora, Black
Display:

 

6.4-inch (1440 x 3040), HDR10+ 

Dynamic AMOLED

6.47-inch (1080 x 2340), HDR10

OLED

Internal

 

 

 

Android 9.0 (Pie) OS

Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) - USA/China / Exynos 9820 (8 nm) - EMEA/LATAM

1TB 12GB RAM / 128GB 8GB RAM / 512GB 8GB RAM

Android 9.0 (Pie) + EMUI 9.0 OS

Hisilicon Kirin 980 (7 nm)

256GB 8GB RAM / 512GB 8GB RAM / 128GB 6GB RAM 

Camera:

 

Main cam: 12MP + 12MP + 16MP

Selfie cam: 10MP + 8MP

Main cam: 40MP + 20MP + 8MP

Selfie cam: 32MP 

Battery: Non-removable 4100 mAh Non-removable 4200 mAh

Check the video below just to get a clearer picture:

 

Overview

Looking at the design, there are so much more creative colours to choose with the S10+ than the P30 Pro, giving it a thumbs up. The two smartphones both have rounded edges giving it a smooth finish and an elegant look.

They both come with 6-inches HD quality, and touch screen display. The difference is the S10+ has more resolution pixels than the P30 Pro, giving it an edge in display quality. They both come with Android 9.0 OS, and 8 core processor.

In terms of memory, you have a choice:

With the S10+, if you decide to get one with 1TB storage, then you get 12 GB of RAM. If you decide to get one with 128 GB or 512 GB storage, then the phone comes with 8 GB of RAM.

Now for the P30 Pro; the 256 or 512 GB storage gets a memory of 8 GB of RAM, and lastly, the 128 GB storage gets you 6 GB of RAM. The S10+ takes the thumbs up for this one giving 1TB one that comes with 12 GB of RAM. The memory means more loading speed, more responsiveness and more multitasking.

The two smartphones have good battery power that guarantees you a long battery life of up to 12hrs. They both weigh the same with the P30 Pro a little lighter than the S10+. For the selfie, picture takers S10+ has three lenses at the back with a total of 40 MP camera, and two front lenses of 18 MP.

The P30 Pro though also has three lenses at the back with a total of 68 MP, and a 32 MP lens in front. The P30 Pro wins this one because with more megapixels, brings more quality pictures.

 

Verdict

This really is a tough decision. These phones are both great with great specs, looks good and prices that require you to dig deep into your pockets. It comes down to preference really.

If you want a smartphone that can take great pics, go for the Huawei P30 Pro. If you want a phone that has more power, better speed and responsiveness and more storage of data, then get the Samsung S10+. Either way, get one and you will enjoy it.

So which one are you choosing? Are these high-end phones more of your liking? What of the budget versions? What things do you look for when getting a smartphone? Leave your comments below.

 

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