Huawei may be at the centre of a political storm, but it still continues to offer top-notch phones. Its latest offering, the P30 Pro, packs functionality, design and some groundbreaking new features, including a new quad camera system on the back with amazing low-light performance and the first 5X optical zoom.

Stretching 6.47 inches from corner to corner, the P30 Pro has Huawei’s familiar metal frame, curved glass and all-screen design. Built quality is very good and so are ergonomics – despite the huge screen, the phone is narrower than most of its competitors.

The P30 Pro runs on Huawei’s Kirin 980 processor and 8GB of RAM – this enables the phone to handle demanding performance, including long gaming sessions. This is also possible thanks to the phone’s long battery life. With light usage, the P30 Pro can manage 48 hours between charges, while heavy usage will bring this down to around 35 hours. Moreover, a full charge takes less than an hour, thanks to its multiple charging options, including via cable, wireless charging, and wireless power sharing with other Qi-compatible devices.

The P30 Pro’s killer function is its quadruple camera set-up. Last year, Huawei introduced the triple camera set-up on its P20 Pro, and now, it aims to further improve the photography experience. These four cameras combine to give the P30 Pro exceptional zooming capabilities, enabling users to even zoom in 10X without losing any detail.


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