Huawei just launched its new P30 Pro and standard P30 smartphones, fresh new flagships for 2019. But what’s the difference between these two mobiles and which is best for you – we’ve been hands-on with the new devices and here’s how they stack up for specs, camera tech, speed, battery performance and beyond.
The P30 Pro is the more premium of these two blowers, although they both sport Huawei’s Kirin 980 chipset and run EMUI 9.1 on top of Android Pie. For one, you get upgraded camera hardware on the Pro model – the Super Spectrum primary lens rocks a wider f/1.6 aperture, you get a 20MP ultra wide angle snapper (compared with the standard P30’s 16MP), and the telephoto zoom has been boosted to 5x over 3x.
On top of that, the P30 Pro serves up a bigger 4200mAh battery compared with the 3650mAh standard model. And only the more premium Huawei smartphone boasts wireless and reverse wireless charging – as well as 40W Super Charge.
For a full run-through of the specs and all of the differences between these mobiles, check out my video. And I’ve also compared the P30 Pro with last year’s P20 and Mate 20 Pro as well.