Everyone probably knows that a new smartphone from Koreans recently appeared – Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus and its “younger brother” S8. But there are so many different smartphones on the market today – one more beautiful, that we decided to compare this flagship with another one, also oriental. Your attention Battle: Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Huawei P10! Go!
Huawei P10 differs from past models with rounded corners, although the design is much like previous solutions. On the back panel – two cameras from Leica, LED flash and autofocus.
The Galaxy S8 has a frameless screen, except that you can see the top and bottom frame on the front panel. A similar design has already been used for other devices, but the effectivity is not diminished. Behind him, according to the standard, there is a camera, a flash, and a fingerprint scanner.
Conclusion: Samsung’s design still looks eccentric, unusual, and attracts by the lack of framework, when as the appearance of Huawei is already painful to everyone, but so familiar to many. So it’s a matter of taste.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Huawei P10 Display
Here competitor matrices have matrices-competitors: Huawei has an IPS-matrix, and Samsung has SUPER AMOLED. The Internet has a lot of holivars on which is better, it’s almost as popular as Nikon or Canon in the photo amateur environment. Briefly – IPS shows more real, “untwisted” colors with a beautiful white color, and SUPER AMOLED – shows an amazing level of contrast and a rich black color. Here it is necessary to make a decision, looking at each type of matrix with your own eyes and “feeling” them. Personally, I like SUPER AMOLED more.
The glass itself is Gorilla Glass 5, protected from scratches and various damages. But it is important to note that Samsung has a slightly newer version of the glass with slightly better characteristics.
The Galaxy S8 clearly wins by pixel density. However, it should be remembered that a large pixel density = greater screen power consumption.
- Galaxy S8: 568 PPI
- Huawei P10: 432 PPI
In addition to all of the above – the biggest advantage and difference of the Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus is its larger frameless, no-buttoned, fully touchscreen always-on display. It seems to me that the Koreans invested in this idea all the maximum that could be squeezed out at the moment from the screens of mobile phones – it is really very cool. However, there is a feature – the Samsun flagship has a non-standard aspect ratio – because of what sometimes artifacts appear in some applications, and it is difficult for non-pianist owners to use the phone with one hand. But watching movies on it is a completely indescribable pleasure: the absence of frames, rounded edges and a large diagonal – they do their job, it’s true!
The obvious favorite is Samsung Galaxy S8, we give the device 1 point and go further.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Huawei P10ei P10 Camera
Let’s not drag the rubber, and let’s move on to what most probably interests readers – the comparison of cameras. And here Huawei has a significant lead ahead – 20 MP double (black and color) main camera and 8 MP secondary with optics from Leica, the maximum resolution of the picture is 5120 × 3840 (against 4032 × 3024 for Samsung) really do their thing.
Let me remind you how a dual camera works in Huawei P10. The black and white module deals with the detailing of the elements and is responsible for the latitude of the dynamic range. The color is superimposed on the image of the side of the module – the color one. You can also make beautiful monochrome photos that are surprisingly similar to those of film cameras, and the counter is the post focusing of previously made frames.
The color reproduction, color saturation of Huawei is better. However, this does not mean that they are bad for Samsung’a – no, by no means – the Korean device is also equipped with an excellent photo/video capture system. The rendering of shadows and filtering in Huawei is more qualitative, and the possibilities of manual tincture are greater.
But, at the same time – Samsung is better off taking pictures in poor lighting, and Huawei of similar quality is possible to achieve, with settings.
So, if to sum up, it seems to me that Huawei cameras are more specific, less User-friendly and more targeted to professionals than to ordinary consumers. Samsung looks more interesting, especially on the part of the video, so, the score goes to him.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Huawei P10 Battery
Although the Huawei P10 has a larger capacity (3200 mAh) than the Galaxy S8 (3000 mAh), the autonomy is approximately the same, and if you take a lot of photos (Huawei, a dual camera requires more power) or watch a video (Samsung large screen requires more energy) – then it begins to fall in comparison with the competitor under the same load.
Samsung Galaxy S8 has a wireless charging capability, fast-charge technology. We give on points to both smartphones.
Comparison of the characteristics of Huawei P10 and Galaxy S8
One should separately mention two differences adding points to the piggy bank – Huawei has a built-in stereo system (two main speakers), in contrast to the opponent, and Samsung S8 has a “face unlock” and an eye retina scanner.
On the universal port – both devices are equipped with USB Type C-port, which provides high performance.
If you like to take pictures and the artist lives in you, then your choice is Huawei, if you like to watch, do not create video/photo content – then Samsung will brighten up the time for you. For hardware, they are almost equally powerful, and both have an Android 7.0 Nougat. Both gadgets look stylish and modern, they are nice in the hand, but Samsung always-on the screen (it does not affect the autonomy), which, combined with its design, creates a sense of “the spirit of the future.” Samsung to hold in hands, subjectively, – it is more pleasant, and it looks impressively.