Huawei Mate 30 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10 Plus: Reverse Wireless Charging, Night Mode

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The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a ton of stellar features but how well does it stack against the Galaxy Note 10+. If you would like to see more from the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, leave a full review, Camera review and more. Leave a comment down below.

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  1. I have p30 pro and is fantastic phone .Camera is amazing ,you can see clearly that Leica company is involved Battery is really good, and is fast as hell ,no lag at all .Samsung tend to lag after first year I had before note 2 and note 4 and they both lag really bad

  2. If there's some watchers in this video . Do not like huawei mate 30 pro because it doesn't have google apps and social media apps i can solve that problem you can just watch ate mary bautista video of how to install google apps and social media apps in huawei mate 30 pro

  3. Here's what I say about these 2 phones. I own the note 10 plus and you get exactly what you expect from Samsung with no disappointments. Did a trial with the mate 30 and I'll say this. It's a great phone. Even with it not being QHD and having a notch. Buy what killed it for me is the aggressive battery optimisations on the mate. I was missing notifications on multiple apps. Sound quality isn't all that great to me compared to the note. And not a lot of support in the US. If I'm buying a phone that cost over $1000 I want to be able to insure it.