“Huawei is running a campaign for the upcoming P30 series with the tagline ‘Rewrite the rules of photography'”
Huawei is all set to launch its next wave of flagship smartphones – Huawei P30 Pro and P30 in Paris on March 26th. The phonemaker has been promoting the imaging prowess of the lineup through a couple of images, which were later removed owing to a controversy. The company is now back with yet another campaign highlighting the cameras of the upcoming line-up through a series of videos.
The first video in the series highlights the message, “Super Camera Phone.” This could be a nod to the camera capabilities of the Huawei P series in general. The Huawei P20 Pro (review), which is the top model in the existing line-up, is currently perched at the top position in DXOMark rankings. The smartphone was also the first in the world to offer a triple camera setup with 40MP Leica camera and Master AI, which Huawei smartphones have come to be known for. The P30 is speculated to come equipped with a triple camera module, whereas the P30 Pro will flaunt a fourth 3D ToF sensor just below the LED flash.
The second video in the series emphasises upon the zooming capabilities of the upcoming lineup with the message saying, “Get Super Close.” The aforementioned images that were embroiled in a controversy were highlighting the zooming prowess of the P30 series as well. According to past reports, the P30 duo are expected to come with a periscope lens and optical and hybrid zoom capabilities. According to rumours, Huawei P30 Pro is expected to offer 7.8x zoom, while the P30 will offer a 4.7x zoom range.
The third and the last video in the series highlights the impressive low light imaging capabilities of the upcoming flagship. The video says, “Make It Super Bright,” which is obviously hinting at the impressive low light imaging of the P30 and P30 Pro. Notably, the P20 Pro was lauded by reviewers and critiques alike for its impressive Night mode, which worked in tandem with the Master AI mode to produce highly detailed and bright low-light shots. We can expect the successors to have similar or even better low light performance.
Both Huawei P30 and P30 Pro are expected to flaunt Sony’s IMX607’s 38MP camera as the primary sensor on the rear setup. We will know more on March 26th, when these smartphones go official.
|Expected Price:||Rs. 58,590|
|Release Date:||26-Mar-2019 (Expected)|
|Variant:||6 GB RAM / 128 GB internal storage|