Whackcar, 15 Mar 2019Differences at a glance (between P30 Pro & Mate 20 Pro): Camera: Primary f1.8, OIS, Sec... moreI think 1080 is to really make the battery great but I will say that for the Pro model, it seems a little too less. Ah well, it'll probably be good enough
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2019but compare them diretly you can see. Especially on large screns like mate 20 pro.
I got xz... moreCouldn't agree more, if I have a 3 year old Lg phone with qhd screen, why should I get a brand new P20/30 with inferior screen resolution?
I can definitly see the diference every time I see Xiaomi/Huawei or even Samsung Galaxy with 1080p setting.
5G capable? Thats the most important aspect. Also, hope its dual sim as with all other Huawei phones.
40 MP (OIS, f/1.6) + 20 (wide-angle, f/2.2) + 8 MP (f/3.4) with 10x Hybrid Zoom + ToF
That's the Exact same inage sensor list that is on the Mate20 Pro. I am guessing the 8MP sensor is tiny. Plus it had an f-stop of f3.5. Which means that while it's great that it has a constant f-stop, it is also terrible for low light. Between f1.7 and f3.5, there is a different of 2 and 2/3rd of a stop. Which is HUGE in mobile photography terms (the differencebrteeren usable and non usable photos). Unless this is the Huawei designed Sony made 36MP IMX607 Sensor that has Triple Native ISO of 50/500/500 there is not way this camera will be usable in anything but superb light. On the other hand, if it is the IMX607 with Quad Pixel downressing 8MP photos (and Huawei not using the same old 8MP of the Mate20 Pro), those photos could have great detail and pretty usable low light even at f3.5.
no monochrome sensor :(
Was hoping it will be quad camera that include b&w sensor.
I'm using P9 and i do believe the monochrome sensor help to reduce the noise.
I am really courious about price of the P30. Is it rather competitor to S10e or S10? What do you think?
IpsDisplay, 15 Mar 2019How are comments like these even legal Troll level 1 millionhe probably typed that comment with SD625 phone....
sadh, 15 Mar 2019P30 sounds perfect but too bad they remove ois.Mate 20 pro doesn't have OIS too and it is still the photography master. So don't be dissapointed as much ;) OIS is only needed when you record a video in 4K. In Full HD EIS is doing the good job too.
Pro version is to big, and vanila is crippled in camera department. I don't understand the logic behind it considering that this is the P series and non Lite variants.
IpsDisplay, 15 Mar 2019How are comments like these even legal
Troll level 1 millionItÂ’s okay not all people know about the cycle of huawei kirin chips, huawei release a new chip every year, on the end of August, and usuelly the first phone that gets it is mate series phones then after 6 months p series gets it
mate10/p20 > kirin 970
mate20/p30 > kirin 980
mate30/p40 > kirin 990
They will not see my money again without unlocked bootloader. That is a huge dealbreaker.
It is ridiculous when a flagship records 4K@30 with less than 30Mbps bitrate.
Not even counting overexposion, noise and artifacts.
My 2015 phone does much better.
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2019Old cpu again? FailureHow are comments like these even legal
Troll level 1 million
Whackcar, 15 Mar 2019Differences at a glance (between P30 Pro & Mate 20 Pro): Camera: Primary f1.8, OIS, Sec... moreSadly it doesnÂ’t matter how much the front camera have MP if the image processing is not as good as pixel phone then the final result is not good
SilentAsian11, 15 Mar 2019Wait what ? P30 pro have 40mp main sensor but what happened with the SonyÂ’s new 38MP IMX607 sensor Next year. Or Mate 30 Pro - to crash the Note 10 ( akka S10+ with S Pen )
Wait what ? P30 pro have 40mp main sensor but what happened with the SonyÂ’s new 38MP IMX607 sensor
Noisey_Boy, 15 Mar 2019The majority of modern devices with 2k or 4k displays default them to 1080p anyway.
Most cu... morebut compare them diretly you can see. Especially on large screns like mate 20 pro.
I got xz 2 and mate 20 pro, and difference is clear. Same goes for S10e/S10 which also has same difference.
Yea, maybe people can't tell, but once you see the images on the screen its so blatanly obvious which has 2K. Similar with TVs (like 1080 is fine but once you see 4k, its just so much better)