Yeah the aspect ratio makes so much more sense for holding it, very light compared to the competition too. The thing I like about sony is they pay attention to audio. They have videos about how the audio on this phone has been amped up, and head fi users agree its the best of the bunch by a noticable margin. And the jack too. (By audio i mean via headphones). I noticed just how bad audio can be using wireless on my iPhone vs an aptx source. Really is significant.
Legit the best phone on the market. The aspect ratio is different to anything else out there right now but it is just so damned functional. Every part of it is top quality
I made the same upgrade. I have the same feelings as the other poster, it's not as big an upgrade for a lot of aspects but that's just because of how good the mate 20 pro was. The Sony cameras are better as is the screen. I prefer how the Huawei handled the cameras as if it was a variable focal length lens rather than the Sony treating them as three discrete fixed focal length lens.
Yes I'm happy, but I wouldn't say it's an upgrade by much really, Mate 20 Pro is such a good phone still today. I wanted to change network too so I got a good deal or maybe I wouldn't have bothered. I don't like Samsung UI, I prefer much less customised but I do miss some of the options on the Hauwei.
I have a mate 20 pro and am looking to upgrade but don't know whats as good and good value. Are you happy with this as an upgrade?