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Huawei P30 Pro Review – An absolute killer model with awesome camera

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As far as the display is concerned, the curves on either side are quite flamboyant and if you are a sucker for flat displays, the regular P30 is the one for you.

The smartphone space in the recent times has become increasingly clogged. Phones are being rolled out with similar features and despite this, Huawei with its new P30 Pro has managed to come up with something different.

It is safe to say that this new phone is all about camera and photography and now the Chinese company wants to challenge the established players in Apple, Samsung, and other in the high-end smartphone as far as camera features and image quality is concerned.

When we open the box, we find the crazy-fast 40W charger along with a soft clear case as well as a pair of earbuds. The phone fits  nicely in the hands and despite the fact that there is a slippery glass back, once the case is on, there will be no problems establishing a grip.

As far as the display is concerned, the curves on either side are quite flamboyant and if you are a sucker for flat displays, the regular P30 is the one for you. The notch, which is placed on top is brilliant and it does not meddle at all with the notification bar which is just about perfect.

The P30 Pro screen comes with an integrated fingerprint sensor, and despite all claims made by Huawei which says it has been improved, it does fall flat when we start using it and it is still slow as compared to a standard capacitive sensor.

Camera

This is the USP of this phone and hence, there are two chunks of camera hardware on the back of Huawei P30 Pro — the first one is a module which sticks out and has three selectable cameras, while the other one has the Time-of-Flight (ToF) depth sensor, along with a laser autofocus emitter, and a dual-LED flash.

The images captured are  mighty impressive as far as crispness and level of detail are concerned.

Performance

In India, Huawei has launched the P30 Pro with 8GB of RAM with 256GB of storage. It has also announced a new file system called EROFS (Extended Read-Only File System) last year. The P30 Pro  claims it will be helpful in using it for a 20 percent better read speeds as well as for more efficient usage of storage space.

The battery is a massive 4200mAh, and the wireless fast charging is supported  up to 15W.

Multitasking is an absolute breeze and the performance of the app is top notch without any delay. However, as mentioned before, the only slight concern is with the in-display fingerprint sensor.

 

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