Huawei clarifies why it used online stock images to promote new smartphone
16 March, 2019, 11:43
That's because the couple's pre-wedding photos shared on Instagram were actually taken using the soon-to-be-launched Huawei P30 Series model, instead of a full-size DSLR camera. Most likely when Huawei's P30 line launches, the above smartphones will be deposed. Guess we'll have to wait for the HuaweiP30 Series official launch in Malaysia on 26 March 2019!
Last Friday, Huawei's CEO for its consumer business group, Richard Yu, posted a collection of sample images for the upcoming phone through his account on Sina Weibo, a popular social networking service in China. Another key information revealed by the NCC certification is that only the P30 Pro model will offer wireless charging. The larger panel of the P30 Pro appears to curve around the long edges o the device, with the phone lacking a physical home button and conventional fingerprint reader. During the time, Huawei defended itself by saying that the ad was meant to demonstrate how customers can use the new phones, and the selfies were just a reference as what they have disclaimed at the end of the ad. The third lens differs from the other two lenses, the square-shaped lens indicates that Huawei wants to use the same periscopic camera system as with the P30. This time around four colours has been revealed for the P30 Pro out which the Sunrise shade strikes the most.
The Huawei P30 will reportedly come in 6GB RAM + 128GB storage bundle, while the Huawei P30 Pro is said to come in 8GB RAM + 128GB storage, 8GB RAM + 256GB storage, and 8GB RAM + 512GB storage bundles. Unfortunately, there is virtually nothing that we know of the P30 Lite this year except that it is going to be 4G enabled.
Nonetheless, this doesn't look good for Huawei who is still facing espionage allegations from the United States. Huawei did not reveal the camera specs of its foldable phone when it was revealed a couple of weeks ago.
It shows a smartphone carrying a triple camera module in the top-center position, with sensors arranged horizontally, along with an LED flash and laser autofocus. But the color isn't the only interesting thing we see in the photo: On the back of the phone is a camera array stacked with three cameras in the corner.
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