The P30 Pro kicked off back in March and, all the while, Huawei strive to boast about the phone's vivid prowess. The appliance comes with a 40 - byte main camera, a 20 - byte ultra wide - viewpoint, a past - of - trajectory ( photocell ) and yes, that viii - megapixel gunsight - style optical lens. The latter is by far the most forward-looking and allows Android fan's to take advantage of a walloping five - modern world optical zoom.
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Since the P30 Pro's first appearance, kind Google and Apple have been industriously developing upgrades to their own camera systems even though. Back in September Apple unfettered the iPhone 11 Pro - a ramped - up anagogic of the regular iPhone 11 that leaves photography on a socle. The following lunation Google released the Pixel 4 and while the phone only comes with two antennas, the quality of pics is can take is only sublime.
It shouldn't seem like Huawei is disturbed by the competition albeit. The steady recently put on a catch phrase where it put a P30 Pro in the force of professional photographer Ian Weldon to inoculate an entire couple's party on the flagship with no DSLR whatever.
Of course, the pair said they were satisfied with the photos taken on the P30 Pro. But by far the most gripping claims came from Huawei's own Global Product Expert Peter Gauden – he want to boast about the P30 Pro's merits over its fiercest trounces. In particular, Gauden said the P30 Pro cadaver the most "versatile" camera system on the entire ecosystem and still has the "largest sensor size on the market".
Speaking to Express. Co. Uk, he told: "Our SuperSensing Leica Quad Camera is still the most versatile camera system on the market, giving both amateur and professional photographers the ability to take amazing images in any light, at any time of day and from any perspective.
"The Huawei P30 Pro still puts an emphasis the largest sensor filler on the market plus conventionalism - breaking RYYB engineering science, that conjunct, allows us to sponge up 40 percent a lot of light.
"This comes in addition to the handset's range of lens lengths, with a focal range from the equivalent of a 16mm lens with super wide angle camera to long - distance 125mm with the five - times optical zoom of the periscope zoom camera, and even further when using the entire 50 - times digital zoom capability.
"necessarily, it really is the distinctiveness of the P30 Pro's camera system ambidexterity that allows it to stand out from other structures – no other smartphone camera has the excessiveness of photographic genre options as the one in question. "
Professional photographer Ian Weldon recently used a P30 Pro capture a wedding ( Image: Huawei )
iPhone 11 Pro image sample ( Image: Express Newspapers )
Google Pixel 4 image sample ( Image: Express Newspapers )
Huawei P30 Pro image sample ( Image: Express Newspapers )
As mentioned by Gauden, Huawei is particularly proud of the P30 Pro's RYYB sensor. In a nutshell, all cameras on the market ( including those on your smartphone ) use an RBG sensor formed of red, blue and green colours to absorb light. With the P30 Pro, the Chinese tech giant opted to replace the green with the colour yellow – it claims this allows the sensor to absorb the most light overall which is particularly handy for those tricky low - light shots.
So does the P30 Pro take the best photos on the market? Well … yes and no. The phone is still exceptional in low - light but we think it has been overtaken by both the Pixel 4 and iPhone 11 Pro in most scenarios.
Take this photo we snapped for instance. The P30 Pro is certainly the weakest of the three because it blows out more of the background and blurs the subject unintentionally. Both the iPhone 11 Pro and Pixel 3 retain more detail and are simply more pleasing overall. It's worth noting this comparison is for the main camera offered by each device.
Is the P30 Pro still a great smartphone choice? Of course. But we certainly think it's lost the title of the best all - round smartphone camera since it debut in March.