The Huawei P30 series continues the P-series DNA, with a focus on photography and style. As expected, the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro follow a similar design language to the Huawei P20, with a few welcome upgrades.
The gradient is still present on the back of the phone, but the regular P30 has three cameras versus just two on last year’s P20. The front features a 6-inch display with a small waterdrop notch and reduced bezels compared to the P20.
The volume rocker and power button are both on the right, whereas the bottom houses the USB-C port and a headphone jack. On the P30 Pro, however, there’s no headphone jack, continuing the model of the P20 Pro which also dropped the headphone jack.
The P30 Pro looks almost identical, but the camera array on the rear looks markedly different. The P30 Pro adds a fourth camera, with it being housed in a secondary section beneath the main three camera array.
How much will they cost?
In the UK, the Huawei P20 launched with a retail price of £600, while the P20 Pro launched for £800. The pricing of the Huawei P30 is pretty similar.
- 6GB RAM with 128GB of storage (€799)
Huawei P30 Pro
- 8GB RAM with 128GB of storage (€999)
- 8GB RAM with 256GB of storage (€1,099)
- 8GB RAM with 512GB of storage (€1,249)
Neither phone is expected to officially be sold in the US, but it didn’t take long for the P20 series to be available via third party retailers on Amazon and eBay. We’re expecting the phone to have a slight markup in the US when they do become available
Huawei P30 + P30 Pro release date
The P30 and P30 Pro are available to purchase right now.
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