Huawei P30 Pro Crushes Benchmarking Tests Thanks to Kirin 980 CPU

Huawei reacts after it’s caught using DSLR

In official advertising images releases, Huawei has shown what is reportedly a picture taken with the camera of an erupting volcano.

As of now, we only know that the Huawei P30 will be launching at Paris at the end of this month and we are still waiting for further details on what the P30 is all about.

The Huawei P30 Pro will have a periscope zoom camera – 5x is what were hearing, going up to 10x when coupled with digital zoom.

The firm has mentioned to the Android Authority that the images used were only posters used to highlight the feature.

"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters". The firm says it's now aware that there could've been a "misunderstanding" regarding these images.

There are only three short weeks left to wait, but why wait until we receive our test models if we can already have information?

Huawei will unveil a brand new flagship smartphone whose main feature will be the multi-lens rear camera, that's supposed to deliver better zoom than most competitors.

Only after the origins of the pictures were revealed online did Huawei add a disclaimer to its post noting that the pictures were meant for creative purposes only.

As for the regular Huawei P30, this smartphone is set to ditch the ToF camera entirely. As GadgetMatch found out by performing a reverse image search, a photograph featuring a young child, supposedly shot on the P30 Pro, is uncannily similar to a photo Jake Olson took years ago. According to GadgetMatch, another picture of an Indonesian volcano is almost identical to a photo taken by Tom Pfeiffer in 2009. Fresh renders that have been shared by WinFuture.de reveal that the P30 Pro will be arriving in a very attractive red color. Huawei claims the new dual-cell architecture allowed them to cut down on the power consumption of the previous-generation Huawei Watch 2 by approximately 80 per cent. And it's also available as a stock photo on Getty Images, where Huawei likely licensed it from for the ad. This wouldn't have been an issue if this was done in the first place.

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