Using your smartphone device is a convenient way to capture landscapes, animals, buildings, people, and more because it is lightweight, small, and incredibly portable. Plus, smartphones are now advanced that you can capture stunning pictures in just a few taps. With the recent announcement of Huawei’s new P Series models, you can expect better smartphone photography pictures.
Last March 26, 2019, tech-giant Huawei revealed two new models from their P series line-up – the P30 and the P30 Pro, successors of the highly coveted P20 and the P20 Pro. Let’s talk about the top of the line model the P30 Pro first. If you are looking for other gadgets, read our 5 new gadgets blog post.
The Display and In-Screen Fingerprint Scanner of P30 Pro Versus Samsung S10+
The P30 Pro comes with a 6.47” OLED display with pixel rating at 2,340×1080. Just like its main competitor the Galaxy S10 Plus, you can unlock/access your smartphone through an in-screen fingerprint scanner. While Samsung uses ultrasonic, Huawei opts for an optical fingerprint sensor – an older tech. The P30 Pro doesn’t have a headphone jack – a feature that is still available in Samsung’s latest Galaxy S line-up. For battery, the Huawei Pro 30 is fitted with a 4200mAh with wireless and quick charging support.
More Camera for Better Pictures
The P20 Pro had three rear cameras, the P30 Pro now comes with four cameras. Each one is designed for a specific purpose. The 40MP Super Spectrum lens for high ISO and f/1.6 aperture. 20MP ultra wide-angle lens for wider field of view. 8MP 5x periscope zoom lens for better image quality without any distortion. Lastly, time-of-flight (TOF) camera for depth. Up front, both the P30 pro and P30 comes with 32MP at f/2.0 aperture. You can super zoom up to 50x. ISO of the Huawei P30 Pro is 409,600, which is comparable to DSLR cameras. The P30 Pro is rated with IP68. You can get in four colors – Amber Sunrise, Breathing Crystal, Black, and Aurora.
Here are some photos from Huawei Pro P30:
As for the Huawei P30, you will get a smaller display but same pixel count, lower ram (6GB), smaller battery, and three rear cameras. There is no wireless charging feature too, but you’ll get the headphone jack. You can check all the features of the Huawei P30 Pro here.