The Huawei P20 Pro is the Chinese phone maker's answer to the iPhone X, though it's 25% cheaper.
One of the P20 Pro's biggest selling points is its camera, which comes with artificial intelligence and, crazily, a triple camera. That includes a 40-megapixel telephoto sensor, which basically means your zoomed photos won't look too blurry, a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor for better detail and sensitivity, and then a standard 8-megapixel image sensor.
Depending on who you read, the iPhone X boasts the best smartphone camera right now.
I took both phones for a spin in London, and found that both have different strengths. So which camera is the "best" really depends on who's buying it and what they want to use it for.
Here's how the two compare:
The P20 Pro's artificial intelligence means the camera 'recognises' when you're outside and in a green space — and it will amp the green up.
If you like Instagram-style filters, then you'll probably like the brighter colours. Others might prefer the less acidic tones of the iPhone X.
You can see a real difference between the two cameras in this shot in outdoor lighting which involves reflections.
The Huawei image on the right seems a little clearer too.
When it comes to taking shots in bright light, there isn't much in it between the two cameras.