The Huawei Mate 10 Pro does not have microSD card support. 128 GB of internal storage provides a large footprint for most users. The phone has IP67 certification, ie water, and soda-resistant. One of the biggest differences between the Mate 10 and the Mate 10 Pro is the LCD on the regular model and the OLED screen on the Pro model. The OLED panel is being used by more phone manufacturers every day. Apple even switched to the OLED screen with the iPhone X. The Mate 10 Pro’s huge 6-inch screen offers 2160×1080 resolution. The OLED display with HDR10 is now one of the best screens on the market. Colors are not oversaturated. The white color is not as clean as the IPS screen, but it is good for OLED display. The black color, however, looks pretty good. The brightness level of the Mate 10 Pro is unbelievably high. As for touch performance, I have never had trouble touching Huawei’s previous phones (including old flagships and mid-segment phones). This is of course also true for the high-end Mate 10 Pro. As I mentioned earlier, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is now one of the best phones on the market.