Huawei P40 Pro Review

June 9, 2020 | Amy Davies |

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Reviews of the Huawei P40 Pro from around the web. »

There’s risk in everything. From climbing mountains, crossing the street, to buying a used car, some decisions could end up going either way, good or bad. Many times, taking the risk pays off, and we’re better people for it. It’s an analogy that fits the Huawei P40 Pro. Buying it means cutting off your ties with Google and trying something different. I’ve spent several weeks with the Huawei P40 Pro. Here’s what happened when I took the risk.
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The Huawei P40 Pro’s hardware makes it the most polished and capable device the company has ever made, but the software experience cripples the handset. The lack of Google Mobile Services is a major problem for many would-be users, and while the camera, design and battery life are all first-rate, that Google-sized hole in the overall package means it’s a very difficult phone to recommend.
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The Huawei P40 Pro refines last year’s P30 Pro to near perfection. It takes the P series’ main focus, the camera, and innovates in a big way — literally. With a massive camera sensor, 90Hz screen, and updated internals, there’s a lot to love about the P40 Pro. It’s a shame that the lack of Google services impacts it in such a negative way.
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