ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-16 1793
The good Thing is that, with the P30 Pro, Huawei has enough novelties to offer, and many come from the Matte series. Of the Matte 20 Pro, the P30 Pro has copied the screen slightly curved on the sides, since in the P20 Pro the screen remained completely flat. The P30 Pro also carries the fingerprint sensor on the screen as well as the Matte, while in the P20 Pro it is located at the front and needs a valuable space that could be used for the screen.
In fact, the P30 Pro screen is slightly larger than the P20 Pro, but the resolution is still the same: Full HD +. A somewhat low resolution for such a screen, but with good AMOLED panels This is not a problem. As the screen has grown, the notch has been shrinking, because in the P30 Pro it has just the shape of a drop. A proportion that Huawei has achieved by eliminating the headset, because the new mobile plays the sound directly from the screen.
There Is One thing that both Huawei smartphones have more than enough: cameras. In the front reaches with a sensor with good resolution. In the back there are still three cameras, but the P30 Pro also has a TOF camera or flight time, which can record a detailed map of the depth of field. The Upper limit is still 40 megapixels, but Huawei eliminates the P20 Pro monochrome camera and replaces it with the ultra wide-angle lens of the Matte 20 Pro. The telephoto lens is now horizontally mounted and can even create a ten-magnification hybrid zoom. The P20 Pro reaches The limit with five increases.
A look at the technical data of the two Huawei devices reveals that the differences are not particularly large. The P30 Pro has a new processor and a little more memory, but the performance of the P20 Pro is still more than enough. The theme of the battery is closer, because in the P20 Pro is a little weaker, but the previous year's model also has a smaller screen diagonal compared to the P30 Pro. This aspect deserves our attention during the complete analysis of the P30 Pro.
Of course, in the final decision also influences the aspect, factor in which Huawei has much to offer. The P20 Pro offers the Twilight version with color gradient, while the P30 Pro refines it even more and offers a blank version and another in bright red and orange. All very nice, but with the slippery that is the glass of the back most likely (and advisable) is that the mobile ends in a holster.
Of course, the Huawei P30 Pro has its own: a more powerful zoom, a larger screen, new fingerprint sensor, new processor, a little more memory... But The novelties are not so great as to feel that the predecessor P20 Pro is obsolete. If You paid little less than 900 euros for the Huawei P20 Pro last year, then You have few reasons to spend the money again with the P30 Pro.