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Huawei P30 Price Has Been Significantly Reduced

Huawei P30

According to Huawei Consumer Business CEO Yu Chengdong, the P40 series will take off next month. As the release time approaches, the price of the previous generation flagship Huawei P30 has been significantly reduced. On February 8th, the Huawei P30 8GB + 256GB version was instantly spiked at The coupon was reduced by 200 yuan ($28) to 3988 yuan ($570).

One of the biggest highlights of the P30 is the image quality. It has three Leica cameras on the rear side. It consists of a firstly 40 MP ultra-sensitive camera + secondly 16 MP ultra-wide-angle camera + further 8 MP telephoto camera. The latter supports AIS anti-shake functionality. As we can read in reports, it uses a super-sensitive sensor and a new RYYB filter array design. Official science, it can integrate more light into the pixels, while using independent ISP and ultra-sensitive AI image engine. Thanks to it you can capture the details of the picture in the dark.

Huawei P30

In the core configuration, the Huawei P30 uses a 6.1-inch display with a resolution of 2340 × 1080. The machine comes with a Kirin 980 processor along with a front 32 MP (f / 2.0 aperture) camera. Having a battery capacity of 3650mAh the smartphone supports 22.5W super fast charging.

also read: Huawei P30 now offered at just $598 (Best Offer)

In addition, the Huawei P30 comes pre-installed with an EMUI system based on Android’s deep development. Built-in intelligent voice assistant, calling Xiaoyi Xiaoyi can turn on the personal assistant. At the same time, it supports smart dual-card Internet access and automatically switches to a phone card with a better signal. And EMUI can continue deep learning, known as “the more you use the better.”



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