The P series has been quite successful, and it looks like Huawei plans to keep the line alive for a long while. The company has recently announced the latest P devices in the form of the Huawei P30 and the P30 Pro. The two flagship smartphones employ a minimalist water drop camera notch and a beautiful back design.
Huawei P30 Pro comes with a time-of-flight camera
The Huawei P30 Pro sports a particular periscope camera which allows the device to reach 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and an impressive 50x digital zoom. The camera app has been revamped, and the smartphone can take better shots during the night or in environments with low luminosity level.
A time-of-flight camera mounted on the back of the device will boost the depth level of the photos. The triple camera setup is quite potent, with Huawei opting to add a 40MP main camera paired with a 20 sensor and an 8MP wide-angle camera. At 32MP the front camera is quite generous, and the other specs are impressive.
A powerful Kirin 980 processor and 8GB of RAM should be able to tackle any challenges with ease. The storage space is generous as the users can pick between 128GB, 256GB or 512GB. A nano SD slot will allow you to expand the memory if needed.
Huawei P30 is also a high-end, performant smartphone
The regular version of Huawei P30 is quite mighty, too. A time-of-flight camera isn’t present on this model, but the triple camera setup features a 40MP, 16MP and 8MP camera which should provide exceptional pictures.
The selfies camera is on par with the one used by the P40 Pro. The other tech specifications are a bit more modest but make no mistake; the device is quite competitive. The Kirin 980 chip is paired with 6GB RAM and128GB of internal storage space. The smartphone doesn’t’ offer support for SD cards, but the built-in memory should be plentiful for the average user. Both devices will arrive pre-loaded with the latest version of EMUI (Android Pie).
The price hasn’t been published, but it should become available in the following days.
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