Huawei is currently not allowed to do business with US businesses and vice versa as a result of being placed on the US Entity List. However, before being placed on the list, the company had released the Huawei P30 series in 2019 which was the last remaining Huawei phone to continue offering access to Google Play Services.
Huawei P30 Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
The Huawei P30 Pro is getting a lot of the glory, but its sibling, the Huawei P30, is also raising a lot of user interest for a deep-dive Camera Benchmark score, so we’re happy to oblige. On the surface, the P30’s camera looks a lot like the Mate 20 Pro camera system with small differences, but they don’t behave the same way.
Huawei P30 vs. P30 Pro Differences and HighlightsEditor's Pick
Huawei just launched the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro smartphones in Paris, in front of ~3000 industry attendees, including media and business partners. In this article, we’ll go over the highlights and differences between the two models, along with some preliminary analysis. Keep an eye out for the full Camera IQ review and smartphone review in the coming days.
Our smartphones these days are increasing in prices and if you’re hoping that the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will change that, think again. According to a report from WinFuture.de, it seems that the upcoming P30 will be priced at 749 Euro, while the P30 Pro will be priced starting at 999 Euro for the base model, but will go up to 1,099 Euro for the 256GB model.
Huawei fans have been looking forward to the company’s upcoming flagship P30 series which will be unveiled on March 26th at an event in Paris. There have been a few rumors about this series already and now the company has dropped a bit of information about the P30 Pro, the top-tier model of the new series. As expected, the P30 Pro will have a “periscope” zoom camera.
Huawei will be out in full force at the Mobile World Congress 2019 later this month but it appears that the company won’t be launching the P30 series there. Its MWC 2019 agenda includes a foldable smartphone, though, which the company says will be 5G-enabled. The Huawei P30, on the other hand, is going to be unveiled in March.
Ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack has been a growing trend in the industry. Once manufacturers remove it from a series, it’s unlikely that subsequent models bring it back, but it appears that Huawei will be blazing a trail here. Leak-based renders of the Huawei P30 suggest that this handset will indeed bring back the headphone jack.