Huawei P40 Pro – What it's REALLY like…



My 2-week review of the Huawei P40 Pro Smartphone! I’ve tested the camera, battery, software and more, so, what’s it like to use? Watch now to see for yourself – AD

The HUAWEI P40 Pro (8GB RAM, 256GB Storage, RRP £899) will launch in the UK in Black and Silver Frost and is now available to purchase from selected retailers and operators including Carphone Warehouse, Virgin Mobile, Three as well as direct from Huawei:
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If you want any hints or tips on using the P40 Pro – you can also visit the Huawei Community:

Thanks also to Huawei for sponsoring this video and sending me the phone ahead of time. All words and opinions remain my own.

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38 Replies to “Huawei P40 Pro – What it's REALLY like…”

  1. Fantasticman

    I am gonna get a Huawei p40 pro to support Huawei strong innovation. F. Ck American government, you basically banned or sanctioned every company compete with American companies, French alstom, Japanese chip makers tech companies, European Airbus, etc… Nasty American government.

  2. user537

    I am changing my mind about P40Pro + vs S20u. I use both. S20u has better focus when doing macro and close up photos. This is becoming a real annoying thing. E.g. try zoom in to read small print, Huawei loses focus after 5x, Samsung works just fine. Huawei's 10x camera isn't good at night like the main one, and can't focus properly with 10x camera while zooming if the subject comes too close. Also P30Pro had less noise while zooming. Price of S20u is great nowdays and SD is available if you order online. If I had to choose again it would be between P30Pro vs S20U. I presume G apps are easy to install on Huawei so that's a factor I don't include in comparison otherwise it would be no-go for P40Pro+ at all.

  3. Abrar Syed

    I have something extremely important to ask and it's concerning. My question is why most of the YouTubers maybe 90% of them who give reviews on smart devices are based out of UK?

  4. P Miller

    Is a shame they not got play store anymore, I would buy P40 Pro but without YouTube, banking apps etc I'm not going to risk it, I will probably go back to Samsung

  5. RayTV

    I'm stuck with my three years old Mate 10 Pro because it's working great still. It seems that Huawei is not planning on forcing its customers to change their phones by upgrading the operating system.

  6. Ryan

    This phone is cheap. Even the P20 Pro at launch was like £900, I can find this new for £600. Shows what not having Google Services does. Honestly it looks like a great phone, and I don't distrust Huawei any more than phones filled with US Govt backdoors.

    There are ways to side load Google Services, but not sure I trust them with my account

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