Samsung has always been the pioneer in the smartphone segment. The South Korean company has always given us the first characteristics of the market without fear of risking.
Samsung was the first to bring large smartphones with Note, was the first to offer curved screens and one of the first to embed wireless charging on their smartphones.
Huawei and Samsung continue to lead the sale of smartphones worldwide
Over these years we have seen a Huawei “chasing after the injury”. Trying to keep up with the evolutions of its competitors Apple and Huawei. The Chinese brand began by bringing more decent top-end terminals in recent years and one of the best in the photographic sector, something Samsung also led.
But in recent times things have been a bit different. Huawei has evolved unbelievably in the past two years and we see an increasingly capable brand. A brand that is trying to offer technology first hand.
According to the rumors, we will have a Mate 20 that will offer us a biometric sensor on the screen and such a curved screen that has been referred to several times in the past. Before that, we had a Huawei P20 Pro with the best camera that a smartphone can have in the mobile segment. Incidentally, the P20 Pro was the first to give us 3 rear cameras with obvious purpose.
The Samsung with 4 rear cameras
Although Samsung has unveiled a mid-range terminal with 4 rear cameras, we have to admit that you will not be that A9 that will give us the true competitor to the P20 Pro.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a formidable and very complete smartphone, however, it still lacks the “magic” of Samsung we’ve seen in recent years.
The year 2018 was the year “S” for Samsung. The year the company decided to improve technology instead of implementing new. This has made Huawei, in my opinion, anticipate the market trends.
This will be the next Huawei Mate 20
We do not know what the future will tell us. The new Mate 20 Pro promises a lot, but will it be able to keep the promise?
Although Huawei’s handsets are of the highest quality, Samsung continues to gain from the advantages of the User Interface, but it should not be long before Huawei picks it up.
In short, it is indifferent to me that it goes ahead. Samsung continues to sell more smartphones than Huawei worldwide. However, if Samsung does not bring back such magic from the past on its future smartphones, it is very likely that Huawei will pass its leg. That is, it is a battle to see. Looking forward to the next chapters.