P30 Pro is Huawei’s newest flagship handset – the device was unwrapped back in March and was notable for its quartet of rear cameras.
The P30 Pro offers a primary, ultra wide-angle, time-of-flight (TOF) and a telephoto sensor that each combine to deliver the most diverse mobile photography experience around.
The phone’s telephoto lens is by far the most innovative of the four – the module harnesses a periscope style structure to deliver a five-times optical zoom.
Moreover, this snapper can also combine with its primary camera to deliver a whopping 10-times hybrid zoom.
While the P30 Pro is renowned for its great hardware, the phone also boasts great software, too.
Huawei’s top of the line smartphone comes pre-installed with Google’s Android 9 Pie and Huawei’s own EMUI running over it.
However, the Chinese tech giant recently announced a huge software upgrade for the P30 Pro at its scheduled Developer Conference in China.
Huawei announced EMUI 10 during proceedings, its next-generation software skin that will run on top of Android Q.
Express.co.uk attended the keynote in China – EMUI 10 was shown to have a more contemporary aesthetic than EMUI 9.
Huawei was also keen to exhibit what it claimed was a new dark mode for the software.
Unfortunately, the firm did not discuss any other details about EMUI 10, however it is expected the software will boast a number of new features that are specific to Android Q.
Android Q has already been widely discussed by Google – the new operating system refines notifications, provides users with greater ways to protect their important data and changes how gesture navigation works.
Huawei has confirmed EMUI 10 will release in beta form for the P30 Pro on September 8.
It is unclear when it will arrive in a final capacity.