About Huawei P30 Pro - Review, Specs + more So here it is. With the P30 Pro, Huawei has made it clear that it's fully committed to its innovation of the quad camera - up from three cameras in the previous model the P20 Pro. Are we stuck in an arms race with manufacturers - but this time with each one adding more cameras? It does seem so; the iPhone 11 Pro features 4 camera too. But is this pointless, and is the older P20 Pro still the better purchase? Let's find out... Contents: High-end smartphone with quad camera The best zoom, hands down Digital bokeh and new night mode Rounded edges, Full HD Plus resolution Our Verdict on the P30 Pro How much does the P30 Pro cost? With the P30 Pro, it's clear that a lot of changes have been made almost immediately. While the design of the phone hasn't changed much at all, the specs have - particularly with those 4 cameras. With this, you now get advanced zoom function, modified colour recognition, and the optimised night mode offers you entirely new possibilities in smartphone photography. High-end smartphone with quad camera Huawei's flagship P30 Pro uses a 4-lens Leica camera module designed to eliminate many of the limitations of previous camera smartphones. The actual main camera captures the scenery with the angle of view of a 28mm wide-angle lens. For softer recordings from the hand, an optical image stabiliser is integrated as standard, and in our tests here at oneCOMPARE, the 40-megapixel photos are extremely convincing; with natural colours and great detail. If you need an even larger angle of view for narrow interiors or group photos, you can rely on the 20-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. If the P20 Pro takes photographs with an 18 mm optic and it comes out distorted, then don't worry because largely these will be corrected the AI - it's all very clever. The test photos from this review are worth checking out - they're mega-detailed! P30 Pro: The best zoom, hands down The zoom lens, which is carefully integrated into the space-saving periscope design, is technically complex. The basis is a 5x optical zoom and an 8 megapixel sensor with image stabiliser. With the support of the software you can use a hybrid zoom with up to 10x magnification. The images we took are mightily impressive and show great image quality with barely perceptible digital artifacts. In superzoom mode with 50x magnification, the image stabiliser is strongly demanded. Even if contours are rendered very softly, and surfaces lose a lot of texture it doesn't matter, far-off details are still easily recognisable. Digital bokeh and new night mode The cameras are supplemented by a fourth "assistance" sensor. The Time of Flight (TOF) camera provides distance information so you can enhance the photos with a digitally simulated bokeh. Again in our tests there were no problems here: the portrait mode with blurred background in most cases is very realistic. Additional flexibility is offered by the new night mode, which boasts a sensitivity of up to ISO 409,600, and thanks to the modified colour detection with red, blue and yellow filters, significantly more colour information should also be captured at night. Videos takes the smartphone in rich 4K to the next level, but it remains at a frame rate of a maximum of 30 frames per second. Hopefully this'll be boosted in future. Rounded edges, Full HD Plus resolution The front side is dominated by an OLED display with laterally recessed edges. It doesn't look much different to other phones on the market, except once you turn the screen on, then the differences are clear. In contrast to the cheaper Huawei P30, the screen size of 6.47 inches is slightly larger. The Full HD Plus resolution of 2340 × 1080 points, on the other hand, is comparatively low for a high-end device. Unlike the predecessor P20 Pro, the Notch now is almost discreetly hidden away. Added to the P20 is the 32 megapixel front camera for selfies. A visible front speaker is completely eliminated, as the entire screen passes the sound waves through the acoustic display technology. if this sounds impressive, it's because it is. The back of the smartphone is also adorned with a glass surface, which is available in the colours Amber Sunrise, Breathing Crystal, Aurora or in Black. To unlock the device, the manufacturer does not rely on the elaborate 3D face scanner of the previous model. Instead, you have a simpler 2D scanner and a built-in fingerprint sensor available. This is a welcome change as it was extremely complicated to use for most users. Powerful processor with decent memory For computing power, the in-house Kirin 980 processor with a memory of 8 GB really shines. Pre-installed is the Android operating system 9.0 Pie , and according to this review, the P30 Pro works fast and without delays with this current equipment. For archiving your personal data, cat images and media you can choose between a 128 GB or 256 GB memory. To use two networks, 2 SIM card slots are integrated in the device, however, the P30 Pro dispenses with a micro SD card slot for expanding the internal memory sadly. A slight negative. On the other hand, the permanently installed battery with a capacity of 4200 mAh is generously dimensioned. You can charge using the standard USB-C charger or the optional Wireless Wireless Quick Charger. With the built-in Reverse Charge feature, it's also possible to charge other mobile devices through your smartphone. Our Verdict on the P30 Pro Three months after I started using the P30 Pro, our reviewer is still blown away by how good this device is. He switched between a few phones in that time, but keep coming back to the P30 Pro just because of that camera at the back. It just does a great job in any lighting condition, and while it may not be quite as consistent as the Pixel 3 XL, it does a better job in low-light conditions, and there are more sensors at the back. If you can afford it, we'd recommend it. If you don't want to spend as much on this, then consider the lesser (but still great) regular Huawei P30 model. How much does the P30 Pro cost? The Dual Sim model costs £650, and the single Sim model costs about £400. That's quite a difference in price. If you prefer to pay monthly, then the cheapest deal currently is only £13.99 a month with £200 upfront. We compare deals on phones like the P30 Pro every day, so find your perfect plan above for the Huawei and drag the sliders to adjust the plan to exactly what you want.