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#271942 2-Jun-2020 22:31
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Hi, 

 

My trusty Oneplus 3T is on its way out, the 2 options I have narrowed it down to are:

 

Oneplus 7 Pro from Supero (https://supero.co.nz/oneplus-7-pro-256gb-8gb-nebula-blue-dual-sim-gm1910/)

 

Or

 

Huawei P30 Pro from Pbtech (https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MPHHUA233010/Huawei-P30-Pro-8GB256GB-Smartphone---Breathing-Cry)

 

 

 

I love taking photos and mainly use my phone for it, other users are Web browsing and minor gaming. 

 

 

 

What would you pick?

 

What are Supero like to buy from/deal with?

 

 

 

Thank you. 

 

Rob

 

 


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  #2497098 2-Jun-2020 22:37
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Don't expect any after sale support from Supero, if you care for that sort of thing go PBTech, P30 Pro is known for the camera zoom, I can't comment on the software really as I suspect both are more or less the same, personally I would go Pixel 3A but in your case it most likely won't be worth it due to losing the extra cameras and zoom.


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  #2497100 2-Jun-2020 22:42
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I have a Oneplus 6 and my wife has a P30 Pro. 

 

The camera on the P30 Pro is as good as it's cracked up to be, the picture quality is top notch. The software is annoying but functional. OnePlus has much better software but the camera tech isn't Huawei quality.

 

If you want a very clean Android experience, great software support and high refresh rate go for the OnePlus.

 

If you want a great camera, brilliant battery life, IP68 and wireless charging go Huawei.

 

They are both great phones.


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