In the last ten years, Huawei has moved on from being just another smartphone brand to the leader in innovation and Huawei P30 Pro is the evidence of their technological prowess. The company’s new flagship device has left no compromises whether it is the battery, performance, cameras, size, screen or even design. With lots of amazing specs highlighted during the launch event, let’s narrow down the top best features of the company’s new jewel.
The Chinese smartphone giant has long used the launch of its P-series smartphones to introduce the new camera technology to the world and Huawei P30 Pro has continued the tradition with the debut of the company’s first quad-lens setup which was once again co-engineered with Leica. The smartphone comes with Time of Flight range sensor for better image depth perception, a standard 40MP sensor, a 20MP wide-angle lens, and 8MP periscope telephoto lens featuring a 5X optical zoom and 50X digital zoom.
According to the company, Huawei P30 Pro can combine the image data from the main camera and the telephoto lens in order to produce 10x lossless zoom. Huawei is calling its main 40MP sensor a “SuperSpectrum sensor,” the term which is meant to highlight that their sensor has moved on from RGB (red, green, blue) model to RYB (red, yellow, blue) one which helps the sensor to absorb more light for improved results in any conditions, especially at night or during low light conditions.
Apart from still photography, the camera also offers dual-view video feature where Huawei P30 can simultaneously shoot two videos, one from the main snapper while the other from the telephoto lens. The phone will display the two videos as one on the screen where you will be able to see a wider view, as well as, a zoomed in view of the subject. All in all, P30 Pro which currently tops the DxOMark rankings has definitely changed the mobile photography game with its new flagship phone.
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When it comes to the design of the Huawei P30 Pro, the company has stuck to its tried and tested formula. The smartphone has taken on the much-appraised Mate 20 Pro’s dual glass smartphone with a slightly new camera arrangement on the back. The company has continued with its tradition of two color gradients and offered more natural colors including Aurora, Amber Sunrise, Breathing Crystal, Black, and Pearl White.
Huawei P30 Pro is also bigger than its predecessor offering 6.47 inches curved AMOLED screen and a much smaller notch it which helps to free up space on the display front. Huawei has not taken the OLED route for smartphone display yet but looking at the all the other specifications, this feature will only be a burden on the pockets of the users owing to the high price tag of OLED displays.
Huawei P30 Pro comes with Kirin 980, the world’s first 7nm mobile process chipset which according to Huawei not just enhances the performance of the smartphone but also offer low power consumption. The same chipset first made its debut in the Mate 20 series and we never faced any problems even when we used it extensively during the camera comparison with Galaxy S10 Plus.
The smartphone offers an 8GB RAM which is enough to offer the maximum performance that a normal to heavy user demands from their handheld device. The user gets the option of 128GB and 256GB of internal storage, enough to store your data, photos, videos, documents, etc.
Huawei’s flagship smartphones have never disappointed in the battery department and the new P30 Pro is the same. The device packs a massive 4,200mAh battery which comes with Huawei’s 40W SuperCharge wired charging. This means that like the company’s other flagship phones, the user would not have to wait around for long for their smartphones to juice up on power
Huawei P30 Pro also supports 15W wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging but this time the company has taken the creative route and you would be able to charge not just your wireless earbuds but can also charge your toothbrush, shaving machine, your mouse, etc. That is quite a handy feature especially in the case of a power outage when you absolutely need to charge some small everyday appliance for use.