The Huawei P30 Pro is a smartphone with Android operative system and OLED 6.5", 1080 x 2340pxscreen, manufactured from 2019 to 2020 (discontinued). The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 600 €;
17 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Opinion:The battery life is impressive, awesome night photo. I don't like the fact that it has a warp screen, the ignition with Face ID or fingerprint is not so fast, it can't detect the face when a place is dark (with iPhone 11 Max Pro you can and it's very fast). RAM ok, it's so quick to open the app. Dual Sim ok. Internal functions not up to par, at least for me, a little limited.
Opinion:I've had it for a few weeks. After more than five years that I did not buy a new mobile phone, the choice could only fall on this because of the much-vaunted camera and I must say that it actually deserves. I do Street, but with my phone I still haven't had the courage to do it. I'm going to try, sooner or later. But for my walks out of the door, I already found this cell phone useful because it allowed me not to bring my camera with me. For holiday photos is more than enough. The battery lasts forever, really! Sure it's new and we'll see in 6 months, but for the moment with a charge I do two days without turning it off at night. Using its original 40W charger, you recharge it in just over an hour, and after half an hour it's already at 70% charging. Amazing! I took it in black because the other colors I find adolescent. That's just black isn't! It's mirrored gray rather than black. The screen has an important diagonal that often does not allow you to use it with one hand, but it is very sharp and the touch is fast and punctual. Of course, it's barely something in your pants pocket, and when you sit down a little bit, it's a bit of a nuisance. But I usually keep it in my bag! Compared to my old One Plus One, it weighs a little more but we are still talking about less than 200 grams. You don't disloy your wrist, using it. One thing I found very useful was the ease with which he copied all the settings from the old phone: the address book, the agenda, the photos, all the apps and their respective memories. Cloned perfectly with stunning simplicity. Five minutes and I had my old phone again but with a new aesthetic. All you need to do was download a Huawei app, Phone Clone, to your old phone and get it started. I really appreciated it. The problem of curvature at the edges of the screen, which can incidentally be touched while navigating and swerving the screen to another command, I solved it with an anonymous transparent rubber cover covering the edges and end of the story. I also found it very useful to be a remote control. I set it for the dining room TV, the bedroom TV and the three air conditioners. That the remote controls, when you have to turn off, are never found. It works great. The reception is also very good. It takes where the old cell phone didn't take. I mean, I'm doing it too long, to close it very much. You don't regret buying it. Then, for what it costs now!
Pros:Very fluid in all operations, considerable autonomy, valid display and with discrete possibility of adjusting colors, photographic compartment interesting for everyday needs, very fast charge (with its charger and USB cable C supplied), dual sim, Reception and stability of the voice/data signal optimal. Remote control function with Ir.
Cons:Curvature glass, fingerprint sensor some times inaccurate in detection, lack of LED notification, non-exciting interface (I come from Asus), lack of possibility to associate to the single contact or group a default sim for calls, Impossibility to establish the default SIM for sending SMS, incomplete and confusing camera menu. Without cover the grip is very bad (at least for those who have hands with a little dry skin like me). Price too high if purchased cash.
Opinion:I have the P30 PRO for about a week, taken through Tim's offer. I come from an Asus Zenfone 3 that accompanied me for about 2 and a half years without major problems, but I changed it a bit ' for the need for more storage (64GB vs 128GB) and a bit ' for whim and for simple desire to change. I chose the coloring Aurora, very nice but, in hindsight, maybe Black was the most apt choice. At first glance, the phone is very nice, with finishes and details well cared for. The dimensions are quite generous, but the main difference compared to the old phone is known in thickness. Attention to grip: If you have dry skin like me, without cover it is easy to slide out of hand. By default the display is set to excessive saturation (at least for me) but you can adjust the menu "color and temperature mode". Visibility in full sunlight is only acceptable. Remaining in the theme display, after a few hours of howling I realized that the glass so curved is very nice to see, but it can be uncomfortable to use, especially when typing on the characters on the external sides of the keyboard. Speaking of performance, I must say that for my purely working use (voice mail, navigation, social and photography, no gaming) I find a show. I do not start to do benchmarks or technical tests, but I simply rely on the experience of use: no lag, unexceptionable fluidity any operation you go to perform, WiFi connection and 3/4g stable, the battery is endless and I never went to sleep in the evening with A charge of less than 40%, despite intensive use during the day. Also, using the charger and the USB-USB cable supplied, the full charge is very fast. The audio in conversation is surprisingly good and profound, despite the absence of the classic headset capsule, replaced by a transducer placed under the screen, which emits vibrations that are then transmitted from the screen to the ear. The reception is very good, much higher than that of the Zenfone 3. There is the IR transmitter that allows the control of TV, Blu-Ray players, decoders, air conditioners etc etc. It can come in handy. The fingerprint reader, located below the display, is quite responsive, but I noticed that often "barrel" reading and does not recognize the footprint. The release is also possible via facial recognition, but apparently it is only 2D type, therefore it is not recommended to use by many. One of the things I miss most about my old Asus is the old dear notification led. Among the negative notes, there is the impossibility of assigning to each contact in the address Book a default SIM: either you set the default SIM for all, or you do not set and each call is required the SIM to use (while in the car with BT calls by default with The last SIM used for that contact. Moving on to the photo compartment, it's great if you take it for what it is: a smartphone! Posteriorly we find an ultra-wide angle 16mm equivalent (20MP), a normal 27mm eq. (40MP Ma of Defalut is set to 10MP) and the "famous" tele-type "periscopic" 125mm eq. (10MP). The quality of the images is definitely good and impact, sign that the software does an excellent job of "post production"... But going to zoom in on the images, you can see how the details are "brushed" and thus create an effect "oil painting", but all screen make the image usable by phone and excellent for social... As for the software dedicated to photography, the menu is a bit ' messed up, not understandable and, above all, the menu settings is really skinny. From this point of view that Dell'asus Zenfone 3 was much more complete and orderly. In my gallery you can find some test shots.
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