Weekly Poll: Would You Buy The Huawei P20 or P20 Pro?

The latest from Huawei, the P20 and P20 Pro are official, and both come with some great specs and features that make them worthy contenders for one of the best smartphones of the year, surely. The one caveat for U.S. consumers, is that neither device is likely to end up being sold within the country, so those who live in the U.S. and really want to pick up the P20 or P20 Pro unfortunately won't get the chance.

Both phones are mostly the same when it comes to specs save for a few differences. The main difference is the camera setup on the back. With the P20 you'll be getting a dual camera module, while the P20 Pro will up things to three cameras. Both phones will come with fingerprint sensors on the front of phone just below the display, but both will still utilize most of the front panel for screen space and keep the bezels slim with them being nearly non-existent. This bodes well for anyone who doesn't like big bezels, though the phone also comes with the notch which seems to be a trait that some consumers are disliking.

In either case the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are packed with good features and powerful hardware to keep the phones relevant for the next couple of years. In addition to that Huawei is offering each model in a collection of some pretty interesting colors, which includes a standard black as well as a twilight color that shifts from purple to blue. Though the phones won't officially be sold in the U.S. if you are a U.S. consumer you can still import them, however you may run into issues with them working completely on U.S. networks as they probably won't support LTE bands from any of the carriers. Will you be considering grabbing one of these phones for your next device?

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