Huawei P30 Pro Sensor

On the front only a 32-Megapixel f/2 Huawei P30 Pro sensor with permanent focus is used. The size of this sensor is larger than 24-Megapixel on the Mate 20 Pro, 10+ 8 Megapixel on the Galaxy S10+ and 7-Megapixel on the iPhone XS Max.

A 4200 mAh battery that is included is 100 mAh larger than that used on the Galaxy S10+. With this large battery size, the device is expected to last all day before it needs to be charged. When the battery runs out, the P30 Pro can be charged very quickly using a 40W charger. There is also support for 15W wireless charging and charging other devices via the Wireless Reverse Charge system.

Finally, this Huawei gadget also still has dust and waterproof capabilities that exceed the IP68 standard, stereo speakers, bluetooth 5.0 and infrared transmitter. Huawei is part to manufacturers who still see there is a need to put infrared transmitters on their devices.

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Shape

The design of the Huawei device in our opinion is not Huawei’s strength. They are still looking for their own identity. On the Mate 20 Pro we complain it looks like a hybrid of the iPhone X and Galaxy S9. The P30 Pro looks like a Galaxy S10 with a small notch in the center of the screen. We have to admit the design of this device is interesting to look at only the lack of its own identity makes it difficult to distinguish from hundreds of devices with all-screen designs on the market today.

The screen is curved on the left and right sides to make it more comfortable to hold one hand. This is necessary because it is a device with a large size. The screen looks bright and sharp even though it only has FHD+resolution. When HDR content is played, it displays beautifully and perfectly. This is an improvement over the Mate 20 Pro which is less smooth and displays significant color band problems (color banding).

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