Friday, 1 March 2019
Huawei P30 Pro
Expected Rs. 99,999 in USD $715.8
Huawei has two lead smartphones, the Mate 20 Pro and the P20 Pro. The "P" and Mate ranges are as far as anyone knows went for various gatherings of people, however the truth of the matter is that the company launches another a new flagship every six months. We have quite recently been shocked by the qualities of the Mate 20 Pro, but we are already talking about the successor of the P20 Pro. In IFA 2018, the CEO of Huawei confirmed that the P30 exists saying that "the Mate 20 will be even better [than the P20 Pro ], and next year the P30 will be better again.
In recent years, Huawei announces the new model "P" in February or March. It may not be announced at the MWC in Barcelona, since earlier this year, Huawei held its own launch event for the phone at the end of March in Paris. Again, the recent trend is for price hikes, so we would not be surprised if the P30 Pro costs even more than the Mate 20 Pro.
Specifications and features
A couple of things are true. On the one hand, it will use the Kirin 980 processor. Huawei or, more specifically, HiSilicon, will not release an updated model in time for the launch of the P30 Pro, just as the P20 Pro got the Kirin 970 after the Mate 10 Pro, the P30 Pro will use the Mate 20 Pro 980. That means that any new features will be limited to the same processing power offered in the Mate 20 Pro, but Huawei will improve the cameras in some way, since the P series has to do with photography.
We hope the P30 Pro will "borrow" some characteristics of the Mate 20 Pro, such as the curved screen, the 3D facial scanning camera and possibly the fingerprint reader on the screen.