No exposure of artistic photos taken with the all-new P30 Pro. Chinese Huawei unveiled his newborn in an original way last week in Casablanca. Indeed, on the occasion of the launch of its latest P30 series, Huawei held its first exhibition of photos taken by a phone with the participation of the adventurer Saad Abid, photographer Nawal Amharech and blogger Mohcine Aoki.
This choice is not fortuitous. The P30 Pro has, according to its designers, the most advanced camera available today. The integrated smartphone offers many innovations such as the superSpectrum Huawei sensor or the Super-zoom lens thus pushing “the limits of photography, but also of videography,” is explained.
Technically, the Huawei P30 Pro is equipped with a new Leica Quad camera located at the rear, but also a 40MP main camera with a 1 / 1.7-inch SuperSpectrum sensor, an ultra -large lens- 20MP, 8MP telephoto and Huawei Time of Flight (ToF) camera.
The Huawei P30 Pro also offers, among other technical features, the 15 W wireless fast charging system and wireless reverse charging, which allow the device to function as a power bank for certain rechargeable wireless electronic devices.
Note that the Huawei P30 will be available for sale in Morocco from April 13, at a price of MAD 7.499 in Breathing Crystal. The P30 Pro will be available at MAD 9.999 in Aurora Blue and Breathing Crystal.
As for the P30 Lite, it will be available from the same date, priced at MAD 3.199 and will be available in Peacock Blue, Midnight Black and Pearl White.
The pre-order is scheduled for April 13 to 19, during which time Huawei will offer for each purchased P30 lite: a Huawei Band 3 Pro and a Huawei Watch GT for each purchased P30 or P30 Pro.