Huawei P30 Pro vs Apple iPhone XS championship bout

The Huawei P30 pro is a serious candidate for the Smartphone of the Year. But it has to compete with the best that the Apple world has to offer, and that's the iPhone XS. In comparison, the two have a lot in common, but also clear differences.

Looking at the Huawei P30 pro and the iPhone XS, it quickly becomes clear that both are very high-quality and elegant smartphones. The P30 Pro is perhaps a bit more elegant with its more curved edges, but the iPhone XS can also be seen everywhere.


Apple has advantages in software

Meanwhile, iPhone XS has advantages especially in the area of software, at least for users who are generally on the move in the Apple cosmos. The close integration with Mac, Apple TV, iPad and all associated services is exemplary and miles away from the chaos that exists in some respects with Android and Windows. iOS may not seem very modern any more, and it's not as fast as some Android variants, but the system works flawlessly in many respects.

iPhone XS runs down faster

The Huawei P30 Pro has a clear lead on the battery in two respects. Not only does the Huawei smartphone last much longer with one battery charge than the iPhone XS, it also fills up much faster with the included charger. Apple charges a hefty surcharge for the fast-charging power supply. After all, both can charge wirelessly.

One of the most frequent criticisms of the Huawei P30 Pro plays into this point. There are numerous duplicate apps waiting for the user, who often doesn't need them, but can't uninstall them either. Huawei needs to pre-install Google services, but also wants to place its own software, which is causing a lot of confusion, especially among newcomers to the field. The iPhone XS does not have this problem.
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