Within a short period from the global launch of its Huawei P30 Pro, the Chinese company has brought the smartphone to the Indian market. The phone was launched in New Delhi on Tuesday along with another model, the Huawei P30 Lite.

The Huawei P30 Pro has gained a lot of traction among critics, thanks largely to the camera setup that yields 10X hybrid zoom and 50X digital zoom.

Here are the main specifications of the new phone from Huawei.

The Huawei P30 Pro has a 6.47-inch full HD+ OLED display with a screen resolution of 1080×2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Huawei has stuck to its inhouse 7nm octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 980 SoC processor for this high-end phone and given it a RAM support of 8GB. The internal storage is a mammoth 256GB. The Android Pie OS with the EMIUI 9.1 skin will act as the user interface while accessing the apps on the device.

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As mentioned, it is the camera that is receiving all the attention on this Huawei P30 Pro smartphone. There are four cameras in the rear: A 40MP primary sensor; a 20MP ultra-wide sensor and an 8MP sensor with a telephoto lens. The fourth and last sensor in this quad combination is a time of flight (ToF) sensor. Laser autofocus, phase detection autofocus, and contrast-based autofocus, and also AIS are all technologies that support the cameras. It offers 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 50x digital zoom. Not to be left behind is the front selfie camera with a massive 32MP shooter.

The battery too, is huge at 4200mAh. Huawei supplies its 15W Wireless Quick Charge. In addition, buyers can enjoy the 40W SuperCharge feature as well. The phone is IP68-certified for dust and water resistance.

You have the complete communications suite and all onboard sensors. There is an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Huawei has set a price of Rs 71,990 for this phone in India. The Huawei P30 Pro goes on sale on Amazon on April 15 for Prime customers and April 16 for everyone. There are plans to make the phone available in key offline retail outlets like Croma, starting April 19 as well.

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