HUAWEI’s P30 Pro was named ‘EISA Best Smartphone 2019-2020’ by the European Image and Sound Association (EISA), a group comprising 55 of the world’s most respected consumer electronics magazines. This is the second consecutive time that HUAWEI has won this category.
EISA named HUAWEI P30 Pro’s low-light photographic capabilities as being “by far the best you can currently get from a smartphone.” It also praised the ultra-wide lens, portrait mode and the periscopic 5x telephoto lens saying that it “surpasses any of its competitors.”
“We are honoured to receive another award from EISA and pleased with the recognition of the P30 Pro. With every device, HUAWEI is committed to bringing new and improved smartphone photography experience to consumers, pushing the limit of smartphone camera capabilities with the latest technologies,” said Li Changzhu, vice president (Handset Business), Huawei Consumer Business Group.
EISA also recommended the HUAWEI P30 Pro as the perfect companion for dedicated photographers, believing it marked yet another impressive advance in mobile photography. The HUAWEI P30 Pro has taken an incredible step in mobile photography introducing the innovative HUAWEI SuperSpectrum Sensor, an optical SuperZoom lens, a new HUAWEI Time of Flight (ToF) camera, and enhanced optical and AI image stabilisation technology.
The Leica Quad Camera System features a 40MP main camera, a 20MP ultra-wide angle camera, an 8MP telephoto camera, the HUAWEI ToF Camera and a 32MP front camera.
The new periscope telephoto lens allows more optical zooming capabilities to be tucked in a compact body without losing image quality.
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