P30 Pro was unwrapped by Huawei back in March; the device boasts a swathe of improvements over the P20 Pro.
These include an improved camera system, new design, faster processor and more.
It seems Android fans are embracing the P30 Pro for everything it does right.
That is because Huawei has announced its P30 series – that is comprised of the P30 Pro, P30 and P30 Lite – has shipped 10 million units since its launch.
The P30 Pro has surely played a vital role in achieving such a figure for the tech behemoth.
Huawei noted its P30 series achieved the feat 62 days earlier than its P20 series did.
Once again, the Chinese firm’s P20 series is comprised of three phones: the P20 Pro, P20 and P20 Lite.
Huawei’s figures were said to be correct as of June 20, 2019.
The Chinese tech giant’s P-series has always placed its camera system on a pedestal and the P30 Pro is no different.
The Android flagship comes with four lenses on its rear as opposed to the three offered by the P20 Pro.
The standout of the quartet is easily the P30 Pro’s telephoto sensor that harnesses a periscope structure to deliver a 5-times optical zoom.
Moreover, this module can also combine with the P30 Pro’s primary camera to deliver a 10-times hybrid zoom.
Internally, the P30 Pro is powered by Huawei’s latest and greatest Kirin 980 chipset that delivers swift performance across Google’s Android 9 Pie software.
The P30 Pro is also a visually striking device; the hardware comes in a range of gradient colours that each look gorgeous in their own right.
This outlet’s favourite is certainly what Huawei dubs “amber sunrise” that oozes different shades of orange depending on the angle light strikes it.
Finally, the P30 Pro also comes with a huge 4,200mAh battery that breezes through an entire day of usage on a single charge.
Express.co.uk recently put the 2019 flagship through a gruelling test in South Africa and was extremely impressed with how it performed.