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Huawei P30 proHuawei is all set to launch their new set of Smartphones with enhanced capabilities. The series will be called P30 and will see P30 Pro, P30 and P30 lite. It will be the series that may replace their existing P 20 series while the pricing for the P 30 is not known yet. The most expensive of the P20 series the P20 Pro is listed on Amazon at a price of Rs. 49,999/-. While the cheapest in the series the P20 Lite is listed at Rs. 16,999/- but is not available on any website online most of which state that it is Sold Out.

Let’s look at what the predecessor had to offer. The P20 Pro comes with a triple rear camera starting with a 40-megapixel 20-megapixel and 8-Megapixel camera. It has 3D portrait lighting 5x Hybrid zoom AI Image stabilization and 960 fps super slow video mode. The front camera is a 24-megapixel camera with 3D Portrait lighting. The Display is 6.1-inch Full HD+OLED display and Kirin 970 octa-core processor.

Selfie Generation craves for better camera features Huawei P30 pro will give you just that

The P20 Pro must not have seen much takes since it had an expensive price tag. The trend has always been if someone is spending that much for a smartphone they rather spend a little more and buy an iPhone which offers much more data security and advanced qualities. But the cheaper version of the P20 series the P20 lite was a hit as it is always and mostly sold out. That is the current status on most online portals that offered the P 20 Lite.

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While there have been no official specifications that have been released for the P30 Series. Speculations are that the P30 Pro will boast a Quad camera Set up. It will be powered by the Kirin 980 processor that will run on the Android 9.0 Pie platform. Tech enthusiasts across the world are looking out to see what will be on offer by Huawei today. The event is planned in Paris at 2:00 pm Paris time roughly 6:30 pm Indian standard time so tune in and find out what Huawei has to offer today. The live broadcast will be available on Huawei’s Youtube channel.

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