Huawei’s new flagship phones the P30 and P30 Pro has been officially launched today. With an official livestream available here. Both phones features small notches at the top center of the display and reduced bezels, noticeably the rather large bottom chin that previously sported the fingerprint sensor of the previous flagship models.
The P30 Pro will feature a huge 6.47 inch OLED display at 2340×1080 resolution. The new in-house Kirin 980 octacore processor from Huawei with 8GB of RAM and three options for storage: 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. It also packs a whopping 4200mAh battery and the new and trending in-screen fingerprint scanner. The three cameras(40MP + 20MP ultrawide + 8MP 5x periscope with up to 50X Digital zoom) looks very promising and looks way ahead of the competition the Apple iPhone XS Max and the Samsung S10 Plus. In addition to the rear cameras, the front camera packs a 32MP sensor.
The P30 on the other hand features a smaller frame with an 6.1inch OLED display and a smaller 3650mAh battery. It sports the same processor, 6GB RAM/128GB Storage with almost the same camera trio and the front cam. Only losing a few megapixels on the ultrawide sensor(16MP compared to 20MP) and less zoom distance on the telephoto sensor(up to 30X Digital Zoom compared P30 Pro’s 50X)
Both phones will feature a Time-of-Flight (TOF) camera system that will make depth sensing much more accurate and good looking.