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Unboxing the Huawei P50 Pro global model, powered by a Snapdragon 888, including a full test of the Dual Matrix camera tech and a specs deep dive. This EMUI 12 smartphone may lack Google apps, but the Huawei P50 Pro does boast strong battery life, solid gaming performance and excellent pocket optics.

You can capture sharp, detailed shots at any time of day or night, with accurate colour reproduction to boot. That 50MP primary camera sensor is backed by a 40MP monochrome shooter as well as a 64MP telephoto lens and 13MP UWA effort. Video tops off at 4K resolution at 30 or 60FPS but home movies shot on the Huawei P50 Pro Global Edition look fantastic. Here’s a load of photo and video samples so you can see it in action.

Emotion UI 12 boasts some great features including plenty of customisation, while the battery life is also excellent. You’ll easily get all day play even with some hardcore use. Likewise, the performance is perfect for gaming and everyday shenanigans.

Stay tuned for a review of the Huawei P50 Pocket!

Huawei P50 Pro Unboxing Chapters:
0:00 – Blah blah blah
0:42 – What’s in the box?
1:10 – Design
2:44 – EMUI 12 & apps
5:12 – Anima Interlude
5:55 – UI & personalisation
8:03 – Screen & audio
9:43 – Performance & gaming
10:29 – Battery life
11:03 – Camera test
15:18 – Byyyeeeee

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