Ever since the dawn of Huawei P20 Pro, Huawei has remained as an invincible player in the smartphone camera department. The Chinese firm is back in the business this year as well by unveiling the successor to the P20 Pro, the all-new Huawei P30 Pro. Our first impression – it’s a camera beast and a beautifully designed smartphone.
The most recent Huawei flagship, the Mate 20 Pro brought more to the table. And, the P30 Pro is more or less a refined and slightly improved iteration of the Mate 20 Pro. Mostly with the upgraded camera internals.
Huawei P30 specs
Speaking of the specs, it should be wise to start with its camera configs. The Huawei P30 Pro offers a versatile quad camera setup(including ToF sensor) with the company’s SuperSpectrum 40MP main sensor. The main sensor is accompanied by an optical zoom lens offering 5x zoom, and a time-of-flight (ToF) camera to capture depth.
Coming to other noteworthy specs, the P30 Pro features a 6.47-inch full-HD+ (2340×1080 pixels) OLED panel with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio which is curved around the edges. With no traditional speaker grills, the device employs an Acoustic Display Technology that makes the display into a speaker using an in-screen maglev speaker. The same sort of bone conduction like technology seen in some LG flagships and the first-gen Mi Mix. The handset is powered by Huawei’s 7nm octa-core Kirin 980 SoC with Mali-G76 GPU. There is also 8GB of RAM with the option of 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of inbuilt storage.
Obviously, the P30 Pro is a top-tier flagship and should be priced so. It starts at EUR 999 (Rs 78,000 approx) going all the way to EUR 1,249 (Rs 97,500 approx). As for the P30, the standard version which is launched alongside the P30 will start at EUR 799 (Rs 63,000 approx).