Huawei has unveiled the all-new Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro in Paris, France. The P30 series is focusing on Photography.
With the Huawei P30 Pro, Huawei is having a waterdrop notch at the top. This is a big departure from the Big Notch the Huawei P30 Pro had. This means there will be no room for fancy 3D face-scanning tech that we saw on the Mate 20 Pro. The P30 has a flat panel, while the P30 Pro will come with curved edges.
The P in Huawei P30 apparently stands for Photography and the company went all-in to produce the best cameraphone. The Pro variant will sport a 40 MP f/1.6 main shooter, secondary 20 MP wide-angle camera, 8 MP 10x hybrid zoom snapper, and a ToF sensor on the side.
The 10x zoom will be a periscope camera, combining 5x optical enhancement with some digital boost. There is a 32MP front facing camera.
The SoC on the Huawei P30 Pro is the Kirin 980, which is hardly a surprise. Huawei P30 will have 6/128 GB memory, while the P30 Pro will have 8/128 GB as a base. 8/256 GB and 8/512 GB combinations are also available. The battery will be 3,650 mAh on the P30 and 4,200 mAh on the P30 Pro, with only the Pro having the fast 40W charging.
Colors will be the usual Black and Twilight gradient, but the P30 Pro will also have a Red and Ice White variant, both of which look exciting. I’m personally excited about the Ice White variant.
The base model of the P30 Pro will be under €1,000, but if you want more storage, you’ll have to go above that threshold.