I got the power!

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I am pretty sure once in a while you will face this situation whereby you have too many chargers to carry for a trip. It depends on the number of gadgets you have. You will be very lucky if you are not in the Apple Ecosystem whereby you need to have another lightning cable for your iOS devices.  However, it does not matter whether you are an Android or Apple user, but when you have more than 2 devices with you, all problems are the same. You just need to find a very powerful yet safe charger to charge all the power-hungry devices, especially if you have an iPad that requires an 18W and above charger plus if you have a laptop. You will have at least or the most 2 chargers with you all the time. My god! I just wrote e a whole paragraph to describe how messy is this situation in the modern tech world. One of the chargers that I bought many years ago is this Xiaomi 6 port charger which can output 60W. The second charger I bought is from ZMI with 65W. All the above 2 charges are not able to

Huawei Mate 20 vs Huawei Mate 30, obviously I will buy Mate 20

Huawei Mate 30 was launch in the year 2019 and it was another groundbreaking innovation (after Huawei P30 Pro) during that time because Huawei decided to use RYB sensor compare to a normal RGB sensor in the camera hardware set up. There is this website explaining the RYB mechanism from MobileGeeks
Anyway, this is regarding a comparison between Huawei Mate 20 vs Huawei Mate 30. The reason is that Mate 30 is a great upgrade from Mate 20, BUT unfortunately, Mate 30 is the first smartphone from Huawei without Google Mobile Service support. 
Indirectly help the comparison because it is pure hardware comparison on the camera specs and user experiences.  
I prepared a YouTube review and hope you like it. Please remember to follow me and look forward to see you soon.



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