My first Huawei phone was in my college 2nd year, (we are talking about a $350 phone here back in 5 years ago), well before Huawei has thoroughly penetrated the market. Indeed, I had been sceptical. Huawei proofed me wrong. It was a wonderful phone for its price and comparable to the iphone 4s I was using.
Huawei phones definitely had a considerable price jump from 5 years ago, and it is not without its reasons. Huawei had invested a lot into their phone technologies. Let's take the lastest P30 Pro as an example.
The P30 Pro is not a complicated phone: The P30 Pro is really impressive in the P30 Series. Along with its stunning colours, it also comes with a well-refined dual-curved design on the front and back 6.47-inch OLED display and making it one-hand manageable.
It’s a direct rival to our April Featured Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus. Although Samsung retained the headphone jack and its expandable MicroSD function.
P30 Pro also improved its battery making it 4,200mAh; IP68 Protected making it water submergeability to be 1.5 meters and for 30 minutes and dust resistance; and its reverse wireless charging. The in-display fingerprint scanner is faster and more accurate and the flagship Kirin 980 chipset allows it to more case colours than ever!
If you care about your photos, honestly, the P30 Pro is the perfect choice for you. What sets Huawei’s device apart from other phones is the black cluster of cameras on the back. It allows zooming capabilities that no phone ever had before, it way-surpasses the iPhone's night camera and rivals the Pixel’s dynamic range. The P30 Pro is a fierce force that sets the path in smart phone photography techonologies that everyone else will follow. It’s redefining the rules of photography. The camera is really exceptional, you simply wouldn't be able to get pictures with the quality the P30 Pro provides with any other phone!
All in all, the P30 Pro has the best and most versatile zoom compared to phones available in the market today. With the combinition of what Huawei calls a hybrid ( image data from the telephoto camera and the main 40-megapixel image sensor), its zooming power is of 10x. The P30 Pro has taken on the task of tackling the traditional weakness of the ability to zoom in on distant subjects on smartphones into its featured point. But really as of today, Huawei P30 Pro is a force to be reckoned with.
Published April 28th
Written by: Angie Ho (Customer Relations Manager, Mi4Canada)