Published: Fri, March 15, 2019
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Huawei P30 Pro Passes by AnTuTu

Huawei P30 Pro Passes by AnTuTu

Following the flagship HUAWEI P20 Series, the HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro also incorporated the triple-camera lens feature, and was identified as the top smartphone by DxOMark with 109 points - the same score awarded to the HUAWEI P20 Pro.

These exact finishes will also be available to those interested in the pricier Huawei P30 Pro.

Overnight the P30 and P30 Pro were spotted passing through the NCC certification process in Taiwan and all three P30 phones Certificate of Domestic Content Level (TKDN) in Indonesia.

The P30 series teaser images were shared on Chinese social network Weibo and strongly imply that the forthcoming flagship smartphones will be able to take images of this calibre. In 2016, users noticed a promotional image for the company's P9 handset actually contained some EXIF metadata that indicated the photo was taken by an expensive DSLR-camera.

The Huawei Band 3e is also a smart health tracker with bracelet-style that comes with new Footwear mode that provides precise data.

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Huawei Caught Using Stock Images To Promote Upcoming P30 Smartphone Series

Huawei, the China-based smartphone manufacturer, has had a wonderful run in terms of smartphone sales in the past couple of years.

Huawei Watch GT looks very similar to Samsung Gear smartwatches that retain the look of the traditional wrist watches. A spokesperson has since told the press that there has been a "misunderstanding" with the images Yu used to promote the P30 Pro. Not only did it turn out the pics were shot on a DSLR, but at least some of them are stock images and not even Huawei's own shots...

Huawei Consumer Business Group, India today announced the launch of its latest wearable and expansion of its product portfolio in the market, with the launch of HUAWEI WATCH GT, a revolutionary long-battery life smartwatch.

"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters". The company didn't explicitly say it, but implied that the pictures were taken using the Huawei P30 series.

The device also flexed its zoom muscles in a series of camera samples.

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