The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has a handy 'fireworks mode'

Today in the UK is Guy Fawkes Day, colloquially known as Bonfire Night, which is marked by Brits setting off a bunch of fireworks.

With the company’s latest model in my hand, I wanted to see how it’d perform at a firework’s display taking place over the River Mersey.

One of the most feted features of Huawei’s most recent flagship phones is the ability to automatically detect the subject of a photograph, and adjust the settings accordingly.

Compounding things was the fact that it was a somewhat cloudy night, and I was stood at a distance, forcing me to rely on the phone’s built-in (and excellent) optical zoom.

As was the case with its predecessor, the Mate 20 Pro performed exceptionally well in low-light conditions and did an excellent job at capturing the more delicate details of each fireworks explosion.

This gives you a similar amount of control as you’d have with a standard camera, and lets you adjust much of the settings, from the ISO and shutter speed to the white balance.

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