If you're looking for a smartphone that could replace your entry-level DSLR and have the money to splurge and don't reside in the U.S., then the Huawei P30 Pro might be the one for you. The company has also added a couple more options to its Watch GT family of smartwatches - the Active and Elegant editions. To keep the P30 Pro thin, the periscope lens sits behind a prism that rotates images by 90 degrees.
Smartphone makers are racing who will make a phone with a better camera, and more camera modules. The P30 Pro also supports 15W fast wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, much like the Mate 20 Pro. It's the software that Huawei has developed for them is what has everyone raving. This is the larger and more capable smartphone of the duo, and it features a brand new quad-camera array at the back.
Additionally, the P30 Pro also boasts an incredibly high ISO of 409,600 and the Chinese OEM has claimed such a high figure will allow the product to take even better snaps in low-light conditions.
While this was showing nowhere near the handset's true capability, given the speed and bandwidth available, we did see enough detail and depth to suggest you won't have any problems watching TV on the train when the P30 Pro is connected to 4G or better wi-fi.
Where you'll find the biggest upgrade on the P30 Pro, is in its main camera.More news: Petition to revoke Brexit receives more than 3 million signatures
The Huawei P30 Pro is available today over in Europe (in blue, white, amber, aurora, and black) and costs €999 (~$1,127) for 128GB of storage, €1,099 (~$1,240) for 256GB, and €1,249 (~$1,409) for 512GB.
Though you may want to view your images and videos elsewhere to witness them in their full glory - there are no 4K screens here - you will have a decent amount of screen to view them on: the P30 Pro features a 6.47in curved OLED screen. It also improves portrait mode and bokeh effects by maintaining details in the foreground while naturally blurring details in the background.
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On the videography front, the Huawei P30 phones come with a Dual-View Video mode that is created to record wide-angle and closeup view simultaneously.
No earpiece is present at the top of the P30 Pro. Its main sensor is still a 40MP RYYB sensor but now it is paired to an f/1.8 aperture lens instead. The secondary lens is an ultra-wide-angle 16MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture. Unlike the Pro, there is no periscope lens or TOF sensor. The Huawei P30 Laser Transmitter and Laser Receiver for an enhanced focus and an LED flash. A representative for the company told PCMag that Huawei has no plans for a 5G version of either phone at this time.