Huawei attempts to fill in the gaps using Petal Search. If you search for an app within Appealer The results will include products taken from Petal Search, links to third-party app stores, such as Akure, Aftab and Aftab. Utilizing these links will leave you dependent on the anti-virus practices and anti-malware procedures of these smaller third-party stores, and they will not be as strict as those on the Google Play Store.
Additionally, Petal Search only appears to provide you with free apps on the stores listed, so the overall application reach is still abysmal. In the absence of a deeper search, it was impossible to download games like Hitman Sniper, all-time classic The Room or brain.fm, an app that generates music I often use to play background audio when working. For me, the best way to utilize the Huawei p50 pro is to reconsider the apps you use daily, unless you decide to install Google Play. Even then, apps that depend upon Google Mobile Services likely won’t perform. There are other issues also. You can, for instance, download WhatsApp directly via the official site which is nice.
But, it’s not able to allow you to restore the chat backups from your previous phone. This could be due to the fact that the backup data is stored in Google Drive, which the Huawei P50 Pro is blocked from accessing. A look at the games on Appealer is depressing and an illustration of the worst mobile gaming. There are a lot of low-quality copycats as well as button-clicker games that are designed to entice players enough to make you want to keep spending, but only a few of the best classics and nothing of the most ambitious titles.
The good news is that there is the option to install Asphalt 9, Roblox and Fortnite with The Epic installer. At the very least, these games are included. This Huawei P50 Pro doesn’t have the most recent processor from Qualcomm as, though its brand being new to the West, the phone was launched long before China. It has the most powerful Qualcomm processor available in the mid-2021 period, it was the Snapdragon 888. Fortnite provides a solid test of its performance. Its Huawei P50 Pro runs Fortnite at Epic graphics, while 60fps is only available to high-powered phones.
It’s funny that the game is running with a frame rate that is uncapped as well, with speeds of up to 90 frames per second. If you set all settings to max it is possible to experience dropping below 30fps however, the game feels and looks as good as you can get. Huawei P50 Pro Huawei P50 Pro scores 5649 marks on 3DMark’s WildLife, which is exactly as you’d expect it to be on similar level to the top of the previous season’s Android phones, but is a way behind this year’s best collection. There’s nothing to worry about for everyday use but it’s enough to consider the difference.