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Huawei P30 Review – A Photography Powerhouse With Similar Specs As The Pro Model

The Huawei P30 offers quite a few of the same features as its premium sibling – the Huawei P30 Pro – but at a more affordable price. It has a beautiful design and a powerful camera along with other great specs, making it worth your money. But are you willing to pay more for a few extra tweaks? Or you’d like to enjoy its incredible photography features while staying low-key with a phone that’s more of a mid-range handset in other aspects? Before you could make a call, let’s give you a quick roundup of all the P30 features in our Huawei P30 review.


The P30 looks premium with its sleek design and rounded edges and comes covered in Corning Gorilla Glass on the front and the back. Most of the front is occupied by its big 6.1” display that houses the front camera in a teardrop notch. It has rounded sides, while the top and bottom edges of the phone are made flat. Combine that with its fairly noticeable rear camera bump, and that would be enough to somewhat dent its premium feel. The bottom edge of the device is home to a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The power button and volume rocker are placed on its right.


The Huawei P30 boasts a big 6.1” OLED display with a 2340 x 1080 p resolution. It’s an FHD+ screen that gives you more vivid colors and a better range of brightness. In fact, the max brightness of this device is evidently greater than most other screens you might come across. One area that might need some improvement, however, is the color balance.


The cameras are the biggest selling point of this wonderful phone. It’s a triple-camera setup with a 40mp (f/1.8) wide-angle shooter, a 16mp (f/2.2) ultra-wide angle snapper, and an 8mp (f/2.4) telephoto lens. They combine to make a powerful camera with a variety of amazing photographic tools and effects. The front camera is a 32mp sensor that captures selfies with a lot of detail.

You can expect your Huawei P30 to capture more natural-looking photos with vivid colors, thanks to Huawei’s Super Spectrum technology that uses RYYB light rather than RGB light. It also significantly improves the low-light camera performance.

The phone also shoots up to 4K Ultra HD videos at 30fps. However, the higher resolutions don’t support video effects.


The Huawei P30 is a top performer, with a Kirin 980 processor at its core. It is supported by 6GB of RAM, making for excellent specs for non-techies. The handset is powerful enough to handle just about any task, whether it is 3D gaming or extensive photo and video editing, stutter-free. It won’t lag even when you have multiple tabs open in your web browser.

Battery Life

The handset packs a sizeable 3650mAh battery inside. It can easily last through the day with moderate-to-heavy use, and you’ll still have some juice left at the end of the day. It also supports SuperCharge fast charging.

So, Huawei P30 is not a bad choice at all if you’re looking for a mid-range device with some premium specs. However, if you want to enjoy that premium feel, you may want to settle for the Pro model. Don’t miss the chance to grab a bargain at Bulk Mobiles UK.

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