On Tuesday, 26 March, in Paris, China's Huawei button passed his latest mobile phone series "P30". These smartphones are continuing with the company 's tradition of developing camera capabilities. This time, phones have a special 'night vision' and the greatest souvenir range so far.
At P30 there is a 6.1-inch screen and the P30 Pro screen expands to 6.47 inches. The two screens have the same resolution – 2340×1080. Phones are now being run by Huawei's Kirin 980 operators. RAM size is 6 gigabytes for "normal" and 8 gigabytes "Pro". The disc-room is also different – the phone is available in 128 up to 512 gigabytes, but the smallest is with just 128 gigabytes. Different batteries also range – 3650 mAh and 4200 mAh, while the Pro module comes with a 40-watt fast accelerator and a wireless device that also operates a reversi – the phone can cut another device – a headset, clock or clock. even another phone.
At the top of the screen there is a small "hob" with one camera, a selfie, which also recognizes him to solve the phone. He also uses a browser reader, which, like the previous module "Mate 20", is built directly under the exhibition. Unfortunately, this is a flexible browser that will work a little slower than the new Samsung Ultrasonic senses.
There are many bright colors available on the phones, unfortunately only three versions will be available – bluish, black and white.
But for the main for cameras. The “P30” and “P30 Pro” are fitted with three cameras with a wide angle of 20 megapixels, a “normal” panoramic camera with 40 megapixels and a telephoto camera with 8 megapixels. Here, the jobs are coming to an end, as the Pro model has real differences. There is also a fourth camera which takes information from depth (distance), helping the phone to measure what is happening in the frame and, for example, making it more accurate t the picture shape.
The telephoto camera is also special – it's likely to be flexible for the first time in five-year history of smartphones. To do this, the camera module is installed directly in the phone and used the 90 degree process on the periscope principle as it is called. As well as zoomable, the phone is also giving up ten times as much water and renovating.
Even the camera has no ability to complete the game. The way in which the camera is aware is particularly high. ISO 409600. This allows burning in bad situations.
"Delfi" was able to test the phone for the preview show and its ability to inspire us. In particular the phone was burnt in the dark. Already in previous models, there was an evening approach which would provide a few seconds to capture the image and measure the correct operation. But a Pro P30 is no longer needed for night mode because it can "draw" even in dark black when burning in a standard manner. The phone uses its high ISO capability and high volunteer sensitivity to distinguish between objects in the framework, but even to correctly mark the white balance – to display correct colors.
Below is an example with a frame in the dark. The darker picture, almost identical to the natural appearance of the room, is captured by an APS-C sensor camera with ISO 12800 and a 1/3 hanging distance. The other picture was taken by the phone in automatic mode. We also tried other phones in these cases, but it doesn't make any sense to show their pictures – they were just black.
The illustration is taken from the same room as the flowers, in the same darkness. With the eyes, the flowers could only go around but the phone had been seen and even the green paint. All images are raw, as they were built.
Indeed, these pictures are not so beautiful. They have little information, and the phone was often unable to find the focus and the picture was less clear. However, it is surprising that such pictures are available in such circumstances.
The second phone capability is particularly remarkable over fifty pages. Below are five panoramic paintings taken from one place in Dome Square – a wide square, wide space, five-fold (flexible) streams, zoom zoom (digital), and 50x.
The first four pictures look very pretty, but the last is certainly notorious – quite carefully, just as the picture is cut and extended. However, the ability to take photographs is a great one with a very smart smartphone, and on social networks, when only small images are usually seen, it can be very useful.
You should also respect the incredible ability of the phone to stabilize the image in video mode. He works both in HD and 4K formats, but just as he burns the main camera.
So far everything is quite remarkable, but this phone is also having problems. One of these is size and shape. Unfortunately, Huawei continues with Samsung's tradition turning the edge of the screen. At one time it was interesting, but in practice it does not offer any value. Otherwise – as the sides of the screen are folded down, it is impossible to see the pictures completely – the edge of the frames disappears. Maybe a trifle, but why not make a screen so big that it's not all possible to use it?
Closed edges cause another problem – the fingers touch the screen edges when you normally receive the phone, where it is inevitable that the arm is recorded. This set of objects can create a variety of possibilities that may be possible, from unauthorized opening of applications, to break-through in photo-video mode, where a poor movement moves below.
You may want to update different software applications. For example, a targeted phone cannot remember most recent camera settings used, and every time you activate your camera, you need to choose again. The new Samsung phones allow you to turn the camera mode, and I'd like to see it on other phones too.
Huawei P30's new phones will already be available in Latvia in April and prices will be available from 699 euro, while the cost of the P30 Pro will be from € 899. Normally high prices are high.