Huawei gets caught using DSLR photos for P30 Pro campaign

See how unbelievably far the Huawei P30 series can zoom in and why they're worth the wait

Huawei Caught Using Stock Images To Promote Upcoming P30 Smartphone Series

That same kind of camera is expected to first debut on the Huawei P30 Pro later this month.

The Huawei Mate X, which was recently launched, is getting more attraction and its patronage is surging continuously compared to the Samsung Galaxy Fold, both of which are foldable devices. The Huawei Band 3 Pro will be available in India from March 26 in two colors: Obsydian Black and Space Blue. And yet now the Huawei P30 is showing you what this upcoming smartphone can do. But if none of them tickle your fancy, it looks as though Huawei will be releasing a fourth P30 Pro color option dubbed 'Sunrise'.

For the past decade, smartphone companies have been aggressively pushing boundaries, especially in terms of camera performance, and Huawei has done it yet again when netizens were seriously impressed by the pre-wedding photos of Malaysian artists, Fasha Sandha and Aidil Aziz. The device maintains its very Huawei like DNA with a very bold water drop notch with quite sharp corners throughout the device. In a statement to Android Authority, the Chinese company said the pictures were only teaser posters that were meant to highlight the "unique new features that will come with the Huawei P30 series". A spokesperson has since told the press that there has been a "misunderstanding" with the images Yu used to promote the P30 Pro.

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One of the photos, which features a young child and three ducklings, was actually taken four years ago by photographer Jake Olson.

The more up-market P30 Pro will understandably have better specs to a sport, which includes an 8 GB RAM.

"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters". To tease the new zooming feature, Huawei posted several images on Weibo. The giant mobile company has been caught for the third time for faking DSLR pictures as pictures taken from the mobile phone. Going all the way to the maximum with digital zoom (we're assuming it's probably 15x) and the camera samples show that you can even take portrait shots of the band members.

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