Several smartphone manufacturing companies in the smartphone market produce technology. If we take the popular brands Xiaomi or Meizu, they only make smartphones from third-party components, so they can’t be called full-fledged smartphones. Samsung and Huawei make their processors that they successfully adapt to their gadgets. It makes smartphones more autonomous, faster and most importantly, less expensive.
Huawei does not make any displays, so they have to rely on third parties. Until recently, Japan used to provide them with displays. According to rumours, their suppliers have changed now they are buying screens from LG displays. Until mid-2011, all Huawei’s budget, mid-range flagship phones used IPS displays. They have the best quality screens with good colour rendering and wide viewing angles, but they can’t boast anything unusual.
Unlike Huawei, Samsung has its production base for displays. About 95 per cent of the famous AMOLED displays are Samsung products. Samsung’s AMOLED metrics do not have classic LED backlighting. Here, each pixel is illuminated separately, and the black colours are not illuminated in any way, which provides colour depth and saves energy.
PROCESSOR : HICILICON KIRIN VS EXYNOS
Both manufacturers have their chipsets. Samsung and Huawei are making mid-range, budget and flagship mobiles. Huawei and Samsung are taking advantage of ARM’s development by installing high-performance and power-efficient cores in their Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 processors, respectively. Their processor performance is almost the same. Hisilicon Kirin and Exynos include a 10nm product line, a flagship chip with the latest machine learning innovation. Huawei’s top chip is the smartphone used in the Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 10 Pro – it’s the Silicon Kirin 970. Samsung has the Exynos 9810 (Galaxy S9). The features of the top flagship processor are the same.
Recently, Huawei’s camera will be ahead of Samsung in terms of camera. Yes, the Samsung S8 and S7 got several useful rear sensors, but they couldn’t compete with Huawei’s (P9, P10, Honor 8 and 9) cameras. A unique feature of Huawei cameras is that it uses two modules in a particular way – one camera captures the colour, the other captures light. Then, combine the two frames using the software and see a clear picture of the user as the output.