March 26, 2019, at 1:50 p.m.
Updated March 26, 2019 15:53
The Chinese company Huawei presented on Tuesday at an event in Paris (France), its new family of P30 phones, which includes three versions: the P30, the P30 Pro and the P30 Lite. Four cameras that promise the best results in photographs and a dual-view mode to record simultaneously with two of the cameras are some of the most outstanding features of the P30 Pro, the most premium version of the series and the company's flagship.
The camera is undoubtedly one of the great bets for this line and had great prominence during the launch at the Convention Center of the French capital. On this occasion, the P30 Pro brings significant advances in image quality, depth effect and zoom capability. It also comes with dual optical image stabilizer and a much higher level of light sensitivity, which captures great photos in low light conditions.
The phone incorporates the Kirin 980 processor, the company's high-end mobile phone engine powered by artificial intelligence, which delivers improvements in performance, autonomy, photography and efficiency. Huawei bet on the 8GB of RAM on the P30 Pro and 128GB of internal storage.
Like his & # 39; younger brother & # 39 ;, he brings a fingerprint sensor under the screen and a & # 39; in the form of a drop, a feature that prevailed in this 2019. Its screen is 6.4 inches OLED with Full HD resolution + 2,340×1,080 pixels, with a slight curvature at the edges and without frames to take advantage of the front and the space in the panel.
The P30, in turn, features a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 2,340×1,080 pixels, Kirin 980 processor, 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
As for the battery, the P30 will have 3,650 mAh, while the P30 Pro will be 4,200 mAh, both with fast charging system. But the P30 Pro additionally includes the reversible charge system. The phones have USB-C charging port, will come with Android 9.0 Pie operating system and will be available in four colors: blue, black, white and red.
If we talk about the P30 Lite, the most basic version of the line, it comes with a 6-inch IPS screen, 64 GB of internal storage and 6 GB of RAM. It is equipped with the Kirin 710 processor.
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The cameras of this new family have stolen much of the attention during the launch event, especially the four lenses included in the P30 Pro: a main 40 MP with a focal aperture of 1.8, another ultra-wide 20MP with aperture 2.2, which allows wider viewing angles for, for example, landscape photos; and an 8 MP (f / 2.4) telephoto lens.
Huawei emphasized the capabilities of this lens and the bonus it will offer users by including a 5x optical zoom and a 10x hybrid zoom, which means that thanks to the latter you can zoom in 10x more without losing quality. But not only that, the Asian giant also included a digital zoom of up to 50 enlargements.
The P30 Pro incorporates a fourth ToF 3D camera, located on the right side under the LED flash, which serves to enhance image depth capabilities and obtain better quality (bottom-out) bokeh effects.
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The phone has a dual image stabilizer and a much larger ISO, with a light capture level increased to 40%, allowing you to capture images in low-light scenarios.
But perhaps one of the most remarkable news is a feature called "double vision" video mode, which will simultaneously record two cameras in the phone to have, for example, a close-up and a wide-angle view at the same time. This will make it much easier to shoot objects that move quickly in the distance, and in the meantime capture the foreground.
The P30 includes three rear cameras with 40, 16 and 8 megapixel lenses, the latter with a 5x hybrid zoom, while the P30 Lite is 20 MP, 16 MP and 2 MP. Meanwhile, the front cameras are 32 MP for all three versions.
The P30 will cost 799 euros, while the P30 Pro will cost 999, 1,099 and 1,249 euros for storage configurations of 128, 256 and 512 GB, respectively.