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Huawei P30 Series South African pricing revealed

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If you were looking for an upgrade last year and you opted to skip out on Huawei’s offerings last year when they launched the P20 Pro, you missed out on a hell of a phone. Realising that communication is now told through visual aids, social media and video, Huawei pulled out all the stops to make a camera that just so happened to also double as a smartphone.

The end result? A fantastic piece of photographic technology that happened to be capable of capturing some truly amazing images thanks to a trio of lenses that the rest of the industry is currently copying. No long a chaser of fads (well, minus that notch of course) but a trendsetter in their own right, Huawei is back this year with the P30 range of phones.

Instead of an iterative upgrade, this year’s model looks like another benchmark in excellence. So how much will it cost to get your hands on one of these phones? the P30 Pro will sell for R18,999 according to Huawei’s own online store. The P30 will retail for R13,999 while the P30 lite will sell for R5,999.

We’ll have more details on Thursday as we go hands on with the P30 Pro. Until then, here’s a quick look at the specs that happen to be running underneath the hood of this beauty:

  • Performance – Octa core
  • Display – 6.47″ (16.43 cm)
  • Storage – 128 GB
  • Camera – 40MP + 20MP + 8MP
  • Battery – 4200 mAh
  • Ram – 8 GB
  • Camera Features – 10 x Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus
  • Image Resolution – 7360 x 4912 Pixels
  • Autofocus – Yes Phase Detection autofocus, Continuous autofocus, Laser autofocus
  • Shooting Modes – Continuous Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
  • Resolution – 32 MP Front Camera
  • Physical Aperture – F2.0
  • Optical Image Stabilisation – Yes
  • Flash – Yes Dual-color LED Flash
  • Display Type – OLED
  • Aspect Ratio – 19.5:9
  • Bezelless Display – Yes with waterdrop notch
  • Pixel Density – 398 ppi
  • Screen To Body Ratio Calculated – 88.41 %
  • Screen Size – 6.47 inches (16.43 cm)
  • Screen Resolution – 1080 x 2340 pixels
  • Touch Screen – Yes Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch

Last Updated: April 3, 2019

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