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Huawei P30 Pro gets two new colors, design, and Android 10 upgrade

06 September 2019 0

Huawei's IFA 2019 presentation is over where we got to see the Kirin 990 5G flagship processor along with a few other hardware product releases. One of those announcements was related to the "new" Huawei P30 Pro which now comes with a new design, two new color options, and Android 10.

The new Huawei P30 Pro design is a combination of a glossy and matte finish which we have seen Google do with Pixel phones. It means you will get a glossy finish on the top part which is until the triple rear camera module. The remaining part of the back panel features a fingerprint-resistant matte finish. This is part which is used to hold the phone which means no more worries about leaving fingerprints if you prefer to use your phones without a case. It also means that the phone will be less slippery


The two new color options are Mystic Blue and Myst Lavendar which are said to be inspired by nature. The first color is undoubtedly a Blue but for the second one, different people can have different views. This is because some might say that itis Pink, some might say it is like Salmon color, and some may see it like Pink-ish Teal.


Lastly, the "new" Huawei P30 Pro comes pre-installed with Android 10 layered with EMUI 10 skin. It means there are all the features including Dark Mode that Huawei announced when it unveiled EMUI 10 for the first time. These phones also have new themes matching with the new colors. These new models will go on sale starting September 20th.


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