From being an underdog in the global smartphone market to becoming an industry leader, Huawei has covered a long distance in a very short time span.
Up until the launch of Samsung A7 (2018), triple camera phones were a costly affair.
Huawei also launched the P30 Lite which will be available for sale in India from Rs. 19,990 for the 4GB/128GB variant, and Rs. 22,990 for the 6GB/128GB variant on Amazon India and Croma stores.
With the Huawei P30 Pro, Huawei has once again proven itself to be the benchmark for smartphone photography. For the goal of displaying more content, HUAWEI P30 Pro features a double-curved Dewdrop display with a super small notch and minimal bezels.
Move up to the Huawei P30 Pro and we're looking at a Leica Quad Camera System. While shooting, the screen splits into two halves: the lower half shows the wide-angle capture, while the half that's closer to the front camera shows a close-up shot. The phone boasts a 40-megapixel primary sensor of f/1.6 aperture on the back, mated with a 20MP ultra-wide angle lens, 8MP telephoto lens, and a ToF sensor for 3D mapping. Best of all, it has a high-fidelity magnification feature, with 5X optical zoom, 10X hybrid zoom and 50X digital zoom. The lens quality, too, is pretty decent, as can be judged by the colour, details and clarity of the photos taken with the phone. On its front, the P30 Pro sports a single selfie camera (32MP).
Apart from photographers, this phone would appeal to videographers as well. The phone also supports dual-view video mode, in which the phone uses both the SupreSpectrum sensor and the SuperZoom lens simultaneously to record dual perspectives. Indeed, with these camera features, the brand, is as their tagline says, "Rewriting the Rules of Photography". The company's gone and chucked an actual prism inside the phone, to further increase its range.
Huawei's newest series of top-shelf smartphones, the P30 Series headed by the camera-centric Huawei P30 Pro, has landing in South Africa with a bang. The phone packs a battery of 4,100mAh with fast charging and wireless charger support. The phone which runs on Huawei's flagship processor Octa Core Kirin 980 houses EMUI 9.1 based on the Android 9.0 Pie.
The company has rapidly caught up with Apple and Samsung, overtaking the former in terms of overall market share past year.