With the introduction of Huawei's P60 series, we have one more choice in choosing high-end flagship, but the price of the current iPhone 14 has dropped to a new low, not much different from that of the new Huawei P60 series, which has left many consumers confused. I would like to share with you my opinion on who should choose between these two phones.
I have read such an article before. It said that two journalists took photos of the same scene with an Apple 14 and a Huawei P60 Pro respectively. After comparison, the journalist using an Apple phone immediately placed an order to buy a Huawei P60 Pro. Clearly, this case shows that Huawei P60 Pro beats the iPhone 14 when it comes to photography alone.
Huawei P60 Pro is equipped with super focus XMAGE image system, and adopts a combination of 48-megapixel main lens + 13-megapixel super wide Angle + 48-megapixel super focus night vision telephoto lens in the rear, which follows the tradition of RYYB photographic array and introduces a large aperture and high light transmission mirror group.
This brings the highest equivalent full-frame aperture of F5.41, far exceeding any previous flagship phone. According to several digital bloggers testing, the Huawei P60 Pro's image capability is no less than that of the 1-inch outsole main camera.
The 3.5 times hidden telephoto camera with a variety of emerging technologies, the night view ability has been earth-shaking changes, really make the telephoto lens no longer afraid of night.
But the iPhone 14 is stuck at 12 megapixels, with 12 megapixels and a neutered telephoto lens that, while realistic, doesn't stand up to magnification. Of course, thanks to Apple's historically superior video algorithms, the iPhone 14's video recording capability is a benchmark in its price range.
It is believed that many consumers will blind choose Huawei P60 Pro just for its video capability, because it is very important to have a mobile phone with a high production rate at present. However, Huawei's P60 Pro has a lot of advantages over the iPhone 14.
Huawei P60 Pro supports 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate, 1440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, a built-in 4815mAh capacity battery, support up to 88W Huawei Cable Super Fast Charge Turbo, support two-way Beidou satellite communication, in Huawei Mate50 series of highly acclaimed emergency mode is also equipped.
Let's talk about the iPhone 14, which I'm sure many of you are familiar with. To put it simply, the standard iPhone 14 is an incremental upgrade over the 13, but not by much. The standard iPhone still has the same bangs as ever, the ancestral 60Hz refresh rate, and a measly 20W charging power.
In terms of chip and image, the standard iPhone 14 is still equipped with A15 processor, which has one more GPU core than the iPhone 13. There will be no obvious difference in daily use. The 12-megapixel dual-camera lens is enough for daily use, which should be appreciated by those who like realistic reality.
As for battery life, the iPhone 14's video playback time is an hour longer than the iPhone 13's, and you say it's an improvement, but you say it's a tiny improvement.
During the period when Huawei faded out of the high-end mobile phone market, Apple was king in the domestic high-end market. Many users took iPhone as their first choice when choosing high-end mobile phones.
With Huawei's return to dual flagships, we no longer have to look only at Apple when choosing a high-end flagship. Take the newly released Huawei P60 series, for example, which is full of video, performance and screen.
Huawei P60 Pro and iPhone 14, I believe more people will choose the former.
Responsible Editor: Zhen Ting