This is called a real generation upgrade: Huawei’s take on the Galaxy Note 9?

"This is called a real generation upgrade"

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Samsung recently unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 flagship and the device is just amazing. The presence of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, a much improved S-Pen, a beefy 4,000 mAh battery, 512GB of internal storage, a variable aperture camera, and what not. The Note 9 has it all.

That said, there is no denying the fact that the device is a mere incremental upgrade over its predecessor. As a matter of fact, you would find a lot of similarities if you compare the Galaxy Note 9 with the Samsung Galaxy S9+. Hell, even the camera setup is identical. All this might not look that big a deal to you, but there will be a very few owners of the Galaxy S9+, per say, who would actually want to switch to the Galaxy Note 9.

Again, it is a matter of personal preference and we cannot blame Samsung for that as it has managed to pull off probably the best Android smartphone as for now.

Huawei, the smartphone manufactures which has got a lot of heads turning up lately, kind of thinks otherwise. The company recently posted a tweet on its official Twitter handle which clearly looks like as if it is mocking Samsung for the Galaxy Note 9.

The tweet very proudly says “This is called a real generation upgrade” as it compares the Huawei P20 Pro flagship with its predecessor. The Huawei P20 Pro made a radical change in the Android camera department as it featured a triple camera setup and got to be the first Android smartphone in the world to have something of that sort.

Clearly, the company is no more a second-grader and it can hands down compete with the big guns in the market. In yet another tweet, Huawei compared the triple lens camera with the dual lens setup.

Truth be told, this is way more than just a marketing gimmick. Huawei has all the tools in their pocket to back up their claims. Is it a wake-up call for the competition?

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