With the P30 Pro Huawei has taken the smartphone photography to a new level. Free the top cell phone at number 1 is DxOMark camera experts. Despite the compliments there is also criticism of two missing features. Now the Chinese manufacturer has revealed why Huawei P30 Pro must do without it.
Already the two direct predecessors, the Pro P20 and Mate 20 Pro, were able to record videos in 4K resolution only with 30 fps (frames per second) – to some buyers' dissatisfaction. For smartphones, whose main focus is on the camera, it was difficult to understand the lost video recording in 4K / 60fps. The new Huawei P30 Pro also has the same restriction. In an interview with GSMArena, Huawei CEO, Richard Yu, has now commented on the reasons for the missing feature.
Huawei P30 Pro: 4K recording without 60fps and front camera without autophoto
According to Yu, only 4K recordings on large TVs can be seen. So, we do "a little sense" to get this feature on the phone. In addition, according to the head of Huawei, video recordings in 4K also need a lot of space, which leads to the smartphone's internal memory being filled in no time. "A nightmare for consumers," Yu believes. Huawei itself therefore only recommends the Full HD video recording.
When asked about the autopsy deficiency in the front camera of the P30 Pro, the head of Huawei said that self-cases were usually taken from a fixed position and therefore no autococcus is required in the front camera. "Auto-focus in the front camera does not make sense," Yu said, among other things. In addition, an autopsy in the front camera would have led to a larger "piece" and thus spoiled the design language that followed Huawei with the P30 Pro.
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Would Huawei at least have to offer the option in the P30 Pro?
The explanations of Richard Yu are sound. In fact, the customer base, which allowed Huawei P30 Pro to be due to lack of 4K recording with 60cps on the shelf, but it should be very malleable. I suppose that the same is true for the autocompression in the front camera. On the other hand, the Group could at least offer the option to customers – whether it is used is another issue. How important are the two features to you? Write your views in the comments.