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Huawei said Samsung can't take a picture of the "Galaxy" like P30 Pro

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Looks like Huawei was too bold during the official launch of its newest lineup in Paris.
Huawei said Samsung can't take a picture of the "Galaxy" like P30 Pro
Huawei P30 Pro's camera system

An official of the Chinese tech giant was presenting the camera prowess of both P30 and P30 Pro, beside its rivals' iPhone Xs Max of Apple and the Galaxy S10 Plus of Samsung. 

As reported earlier, Huawei's P30 Pro is packed with 40MP f/1.6 primary camera + 20MP f/2.2 ultra wide-angle lens + 8MP f/3.4 telephoto lens + ToF camera with up to 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom.

When comparing, smartphone manufacturers do not usually drop names, instead they use letters "x" and "y". So this was a really bold move from Huawei, which in turn, for us, also showed its confidence about the new devices. 

As shown in the photo below, the Huawei representative was showing P30's and P30 Pro's capability to perform a professional looking night shot with long exposure.


Samsung can't take a picture of the "Galaxy" like P30 Pro

Long exposure galaxy shots of iPhone XS Max, Galaxy S10+, P30, and P30 Pro
Long exposure galaxy shots of iPhone XS Max, Galaxy S10+, P30, and P30 Pro

Its competitors' high-end phones failed to capture a photo of a galaxy. Both the iPhone XS Max and the Galaxy S10 Plus surely had a hard time photographing the night sky, as they produced only black images, with tiny specs of light. 

Unlike the two smartphones from Samsung and Apple, the photos produced by P30 and P30 Pro showed clearly the galactic center, even flaunting rich colors. 

But we think Samsung may suffer a bigger blow because of this compared to Apple since it holds the "Galaxy" series.

So far, the cameras of the new Huawei P30 Pro is looking to be as good as advertised.

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Source: Huawei
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