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Top reasons to buy the Huawei P30 Pro over the Galaxy S10+

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Huawei has done a fantastic job with the design of the Huawei P30 series. The Huawei P30 Pro is a stunning device with four camera lenses, a beautiful design, and some new software tricks.

Samsung, meanwhile, has the Infinity-O cutout on the S10+. The design at the back hasn’t changed all too much in recent generations, but the new colors on offer with the S10+ give it an added benefit.

The two flagships share many of the same features: IP68 certification, wireless charging, reversible charging, Android Pie, an octa-core processor, five cameras in total, a curved OLED screen and a metal frame.



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However, despite those similarities, each device is vastly different. In most ways, the Huawei P30 Pro might actually be better. Here are the top reasons to buy the Huawei P30 Pro over the Galaxy S10+:

Unprecedented Camera:

The P30 Pro camera department where the company has managed to maintain the momentum of progress it established with the Mate 20 Pro.

Both the Huawei P30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10+ have five cameras each. Huawei’s phone goes with four cameras at the back and one on the front — Samsung has three at the back and two on the front.

The Huawei P30 Pro is looking set to be a camera powerhouse. There is a 40MP Huawei SuperSpectrum main camera, a 20MP ultra wide-angle lens, an 8MP optical telescope zoom, and a time-of-flight camera for more accurate portrait shots.

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Huawei said the main lens is capable of taking in up to 40% more light than previous lenses. There’s a huge 32MP lens on the front.

While the S10+ — a 12MP lens with variable aperture, a 12 MP telephoto lens, and a 16MP ultra wide-angle lens. The S10+ camera is very capable and takes great shots – but not as good as the P30 Pro. There are also two lenses on the front, a 10MP, and an 8MP lens.

Let’s talk about the advantage over the competitor – the biggest advantage the P30 Pro has over the S10+ is its ability to shoot in 5x optical zoom through a dedicated 8-megapixel camera lens. Well, the Galaxy S10+ offers only 2x optical zoom.

With the 5X optical zoom, you can capture close-up shots of objects with more clarity. The P30 Pro’s 5x zoom camera takes good-looking images. The P30 Pro’s total zoom goes up to 10x hybrid zoom (mix of optical and digital zoom).

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The 5x zoom lens can go all the way up to 10x without any noticeable loss in image quality. The P30 Pro also goes up to 50x digital zoom. Huawei has done an outstanding job integrating the lens in such a narrow frame.

With the pro mode, you can set the sensitivity to a high ISO 409600. The ultra-wide is excellent too.



What about night photography? The P30 Pro has the best night photo quality available. The P30 Pro has a Night mode that takes several seconds to capture an image, but even using standard shooting pictures look detailed and fairly clean.

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Its Night mode allows you to get more clear and better results in more occasions where the light is very low. Even in extremely dark situations, you are able to capture beautiful moments.

The S10+ does not have a night mode but uses AI to improve the quality of the photos in the dark.

Battery

The Huawei P30 Pro has a massive 4,200mAh battery for a full day of heavy use, or good for two days of light use. The P30 Pro battery life is excellent, just like the Mate 20 Pro. The Galaxy S10+ has a 4,100mAh battery, which is a bit smaller than the P30 Pro.

However, Huawei still has the lead on battery charging technology, it offers incredibly fast 40-watt fast charging. You can charge up your phone to 70% power in 30 minutes with the TÜV Safety Certified 40W Huawei SuperCharge.

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The S10+ still uses the outdated QuickCharge 2.0, making Huawei’s phone significantly faster. The S10+ offers 15-watt fast charging. You’ll absolutely notice the much faster-charging speed on the P30 Pro.



Huawei Dual-View Video

With the Huawei P30 Pro —  Two rear cameras work at the same time allowing you to record a video in ultra-wide-angle mode and can also watch the subject in the frame closer with the telephotos lens.

The Galaxy S10+ doesn’t have the Dual-View video feature.

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Display and Design

The Huawei P30 Pro has the 6.47-inch OLED display with a 2,340 x 1,080 resolution. While the S10+ comes with a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display and the 3,040 x 1,440 resolution.

huawei p30 pro amber sunrise

Huawei has pushed the P30 pro designs to even more stunning levels. The front of the device is almost entirely screen, with only a small notch cut into the top of the display. There’s a stunning new color called Amber Sunrise and it looks truly marvelous; even the standard colors are beautiful.

The Galaxy S10+ has a similarly impressive screen-to-body ratio and uses the hole-punch camera.

Overall Best

The Huawei P30 Pro offers more than the Samsung Galaxy S10+ on multiple counts. And that’s really something. Huawei P30 Pro is one of the most impressive phones in the world.

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In my personal view, the Huawei P30 Pro is a better choice than the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The Huawei P30 Pro is a beautiful, powerful phone with extremely capable cameras and a great number of special features. Buy one and you won’t be disappointed.

What do you think about the Huawei P30 Pro, are you getting one? Let us know in the comments below.

John started his early career as a game developer, after working four years for an indie company, he stepped into Android development and became an Android enthusiast, which made him start Huaweicentral.com. John loves animals and usually takes part in activities related to animal rights and welfare.

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Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro cover leak reveals more about camera size

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We are approaching the next Huawei Mate series flaghip – Mate 50. Meanwhile, leaks and news regarding this lineup continue to surface that is creating animosity among Huawei fans. Related to this, we now have a new Huawei Mate 50 series cover leak that shows more in the camera department.

Well-known Weibo tipster – DigitalChatStation has brought us a new Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro protective cover leak, which shows various aspects of the devices but the focus goes on the camera system. As shown in the images, the camera module size is not cylindrical, instead, it comes with a round shape, similar to the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 40 series.

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Also, the rear side of the standard model doesn’t have the same level of curvature on the back panel as the Pro version. However, it can be noticed that the camera module size of the Mate 50 Pro is larger than the standard model but the tipster mentioned that the lens module is bigger in the standard as compared to the Pro version.

Furthermore, the camera on both phones has a big bump that is clearly visible on the covers and the LED along with the color sensor is sitting right there.

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Moving on, the phone also has a cutout to feature a USB Type C port on the bottom along with a speaker grille, the right has functional volume adjustment and power keys. The top side of the phone comes with two holes, one of them could be for an IR blaster.

Huawei Mate 50 series:

Previously, a screen protector surfaced online showed that the Huawei Mate 50 Pro will feature a curved edge display but it may not be a super large waterfall design. Also, there’s a wide earpiece cutout, which could lead us towards the return of the head notch on the Mate 50 series.

There’s a lot more than you can learn about our Mate 50 series section over here (link). Also, we recommend you check the article linked below.

Check this Huawei Mate 50 concept render with massive camera and notch [Video]

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TD Tech Huawei P50 duplicate will launch soon: Tipster

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TD Tech is working on a duplicate of the Huawei P50 smartphone. While various rumors are hustling on the ground related to the device, a new report suggests that the TD Tech Huawei P50 copy phone will launch soon in the consumer market.

To those who are unfamiliar, TD Tech is a Chinese smartphone maker. The company usually initiates copying and pasting Huawei’s products. The company has purchased design IPs from Huawei to make new devices based on the same design.

To the reports, the well-known Weibo tipster – @kanshan’s uncle grabbed our attention to the TD Tech Huawei P50 launch and internal activities. According to him, the mentioned phone will support some extraordinary features. For instance, high-frequency dimming, dual speakers, periscopic lenses, and optical image stabilization.

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In addition, the device has gained the IP68 rating which eventually means that it is completely dustproof and waterproof. Consequently, the clone variant of the Huawei P50 is quite similar to the original model, except for the 5G capability. While Huawei P50 skips the 5G support, TD tech has added this feature to the handset.

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TD Tech Huawei P50 launch

Aside from the above-mentioned tipster, Weibo blogger @Factory Director Shiguan also hints at the launch of the TD Tech P50 handset. Hence, we can assume that smartphone fans will be able to see a new gadget on the market very soon. However, an official stamp is still awaited.

Describing the key specs of the device, the TD Tech P50 will power an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. Besides, it will pack the Android 11 system, rather than HarmonyOS. Furthermore, the device will sport a tri-cam structure at the rear end.

With a 13MP front-facing lens, the phone will display a 6.5-inch screen with a 2700 x 1224 pixels resolution. It will feature a 4100mAh battery and USB 3.1. If things go on the same way, the clone version of the Huawei P50 will step into these elegant colorways – White, Obsidian Black, and Cocoa Gold.

Read More: TD Tech lists Huawei P50 copy with 5G and Android 11

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Global smartphone sales declines 100 million units in May: Report

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The Globe is suffering from the COVID pandemic for the past two consecutive years and this heavy decline in smartphone market value and technology year on year. As per the recent counterpoint report, the global smartphone market sales declines 4 percent month on month.

This monthly decline in smartphone sales highly drops the market value. Even after a ‘V’-shaped recovery in the year 2020, the market is not up like pre-pandemic. Meanwhile, as per the recent counterpoint report, the global smartphone market sales decline by 4 percent every month.

On the other hand, while talking about the yearly declination the global smartphone market sale dropped by 10 percent year on year in May 2022 to 96 million units. This is a decrease from the for 2 consecutive past months and a decrease from the same period of the previous year for 11 consecutive months.

Reason for the downfall of Global smartphone market sales in May 2022:

In particular, the corona crisis has not been resolved at an extension but the smartphone market is still suffering from a slowdown in demand due to various factors such as inflation.

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Additionally, the negative outlook continues during the summer, but mainly with the normalization of China, the continuous improvement of the supply-demand balance of the technology supply chain, and the improved macro-economy with mid-peak inflation.

Global smartphone may 2022

Due to the environment, it is expected to improve gradually market value in the second half of the year, the time before going down again. The upcoming month can be marked as the promotional period of the smartphone market region-wise. Like,

  • 618 in China
  • August, Diwali in India
  • Christmas and New Year

The Director Tarun Pathak stated that:

The demand for a smartphone especially in the advanced economies is driven by replacement, which makes it a discretionary purchase. And inflationary pressures are leading to pessimistic consumer sentiment around the globe with people postponing non-essential purchases, including smartphones. The strengthening US dollar is also hurting emerging economies. A segment of consumers is likely to wait for seasonal promotions before purchasing to offset some of the cost pressures

(Source: Counterpoint)

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