Huawei Caught Again: Uses DSLR Photos For P30 Camera Samples


Luckily, we don't have to wait until March 26 in order to take a look under the hood of these smartphones because P30 Pro has just been spotted on AnTuTu. In an email, Olson told PCMag that Huawei didn't get permission to use his photo, but he said the picture was likely made available on Getty Images.

"We would like to reiterate that those are, in fact, only teaser posters, and are only meant to hint at the unique new features that will come with the Huawei P30 series", says the firm.

Since the photo's emergence, Huawei's VP of Global Product Marketing, Clement Wong, has insisted the shot was taken handheld using the product.

The leaked renders show off the color options, which are a good indication of what Huawei is preparing for the rest of the line-up. What else can we expect from the upcoming flagship device of Huawei?

Huawei has already confirmed that the phone will feature a periscope-style zoom camera that will reportedly offer lossless zoom capabilities.

For the past decade, smartphone companies have been aggressively pushing boundaries, especially in terms of camera performance, and Huawei has done it yet again when netizens were seriously impressed by the pre-wedding photos of Malaysian artists, Fasha Sandha and Aidil Aziz.

You would think the photos were shot with the P30 but they are not.

One of the photos, which features a young child and three ducklings, was actually taken four years ago by photographer Jake Olson. The P30 Series will include the regular P30, the powerful P30 Pro and P30 Lite. There is also a trend for pop-up selfie cameras, originated from Vivo Nex, in mid-range smartphones. Huawei is not the only company having been caught recently faking ads, with Samsung pulling off a similar move.

The Watch GT supports 24-hour continuous smart heart rate monitoring, and can detect the user's exercise status before entering the exercise mode, Huawei said. The company can not afford to be involved in another controversy that would hamper the tech giant's reputation especially that it has recently launched a campaign to reclaim its lost dignity over the USA faux pas. The US accuses Huawei as a Trojan horse for the Chinese authoritarian government to infiltrate their systems and will be used in espionage and economic sabotage. Huawei could also limit certain finishes to specific carriers or retailers, or choose to associate them with a particular storage variant. This is following the arrest of Huawei's Chief Financial Officer and other high ranking officials for the alleged violation of USA sanctions to Iran. Specifically, Huawei's big boss confidently announced that the P30 line will "rewrite photographic rules".



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