Sadly, despite the glass backing, Huawei didn’t pack in wireless charging here. Given the choice between prolonged uptime and wi-fi charging, however, we’ll gladly take the larger battery. The P20 Pro, then again, sticks with a 1080p OLED panel at 6.1in, and it is similarly extra-tall with a smidge cut out for the notch. It equally appears fairly glorious, with punchy colours and great distinction. There’s nothing to divide these telephones on the sturdiness front, as they each score an IP67 score.
Is iPhone better than Samsung?
Huawei officially announced that P30 is only IP53 water and dust resistant, hence it can not be called a waterproof phone and it’s inferior than new released Samsung Galaxy S10. It’s capable of being submerged up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes, which is better than IP67 on Huawei p20 Pro.
That means they can be submerged in up to a meter of water for up to half an hour.