Last month, Huawei along with the announcement of the flagships of the P30 and P30 Pro released shell EMUI 9.1. The HUAWEI P30 Pro has also garnered global accolades with the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) awarding it "Best Photo Smartphone" award at their general assembly. This is a device which will definitely push the boundaries and change users' expectations of smartphone photography and raise the bar for quality in the smartphone industry. Somehow Huawei has crammed a 40MP primary (with the aforementioned SuperSpectrum Sensor), a 20MP ultra-wide angle camera, an 8MP telephoto cam fitted with a SuperZoom Lens and a Huawei Time-Of-Flight (ToF) Camera.
The Huawei P30 series is very strong in its camera department.
There are three colours available for both the P30 and the P30 Pro in South Africa: Breathing Crystal, Aurora and Black.
Taking mobile photography to a brand-new level, HUAWEI P30 Pro is the highest-rated smartphone camera on DxOMark with an average score of 112.
I've reviewed a few phones for TechRadar now, but I hadn't found the camera a particularly compelling part of them - until I picked up the new Huawei P30. The 32MP front camera comes with an f/2.0 aperture. There's a SuperZoom Lens, offering users 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 50x digital zoom to play with. The innovative periscope design enables Huawei to incorporate the telephoto camera into an extremely slim device.
Interestingly, the is capable of using all camera lenses while recording a video. The P30 Pro? That's got the sort of battery life you've always wanted, courtesy of a 4,200mAh battery.
Huawei's constantly been improving its smartphone design skills, arriving by leaps and bounds at its choices for the P30 and P30 Pro.
The HUAWEI P30 Pro supports a newly-introduced Super Night Mode in shooting videos.
To maximise the phone's screen-to-body ratio, designers of the P30 Pro have also replaced the traditional front speakers with "Acoustic Display Technology", which uses "electromagnetic sound levitation" to project sound waves directly from the phone's display.
I'd never really considered aspects like symmetry, depth, or color balance in pictures, because previously my benchmark of a good picture was "not so blurry you can't see the subject", but as the Huawei P30 was acting like a crutch, these concepts opened up to me a little more.
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